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Free Lay's Stax on Thursday

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Free Lay's Stax on ThursdayExpired: Jan 21, 2015 4:17pm | Comments 1

- Every Thursday through December 18th, you'll have the chance to score some FREE Lay's Stax Potato Crips! The Thursday Night Football game starts at 8:25 pm ET. 15 minutes after the first score (touchdown, field goal or safety), Lay's Stax will post a "Fire Drill Alert" on their facebook page. Be one of the first 1,000 people to enter through the Fire Drill app and you'll get a mailed coupon.

Game Date ~ Game Start Time (all times Eastern Time) ~ Alert Trigger Event
September 11, 2014 ~ 8:25 p.m. ~ First Scoring Play of the Game*
September 18, 2014 ~ 8:25 p.m. ~ First Completed Pass of the Game
September 25, 2014 ~ 8:25 p.m. ~ First Down of the Game**
October 2, 2014 ~ 8:25 p.m. - First Scoring Play of the Game*
October 9, 2014 ~ 8:25 p.m. ~ First Completed Pass of the Game
October 16, 2014 ~ 8:25 p.m. ~ First Down of the Game**
October 23, 2014 ~ 8:25 p.m. ~ First Scoring Play of the Game*
October 30, 2014 ~ 8:25 p.m. ~ First Completed Pass of the Game
November 6, 2014 ~ 8:25 p.m. ~ First Down of the Game**
November 13, 2014 ~ 8:25 p.m. ~ First Scoring Play of the Game*
November 20, 2014 ~ 8:25 p.m. ~ First Completed Pass of the Game
December 4, 2014 ~ 8:25 p.m. ~ First Down of the Game**
December 11, 2014 ~ 8:25 p.m. ~ First Scoring Play of the Game*
December 18, 2014 ~ 8:25 p.m. ~ First Completed Pass of the Game

*The first scoring play may be a touchdown, field goal, or safety. PLEASE NOTE: If a ruling on the field results in a score but the play is then reviewed and the score reversed, the Fire Drill Alert will not be triggered for purposes of this Promotion.
**First Down excludes initial kick-offs in first and second half or punts.

Lay's Stax

Stax are heavier and thicker than Pringles. The shape of Stax is a simple curve, while Pringles are formed into a double-curve known as a hyperbolic paraboloid. Stax have the flavoring spread across the inside curve of the crisp instead of the outside curve, unlike Pringles. Stax are gluten free, while Pringles contain wheat starch. Stax are packaged in plastic packages, while Pringles are packaged in cans consisting of cardboard and metal.

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ChristineDeeChristineDee
January 21, 2015 4:10 pm

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