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Shoppers can win up to $20,000 in Food Lion’s “Pick Your Play” promotion

SALISBURY – Now through Feb. 7, Food Lion customers can enter for a chance to win one of more than 1,800 prizes in the grocer’s “Pick Your Play” promotion, which allows shoppers to choose which prize they want to play for.

To enter the instant win game, customers must:
1. Purchase five participating items using their MVP card by Feb. 7.
2. Receive a code at the register.
3. Visit www.foodlion.com/pickyourplay to enter that code by Feb. 21.
4. Select the prize they would like to win and play a game for a chance to win.
5. Customers will be notified instantly whether or not they are a winner.

There game offers five prizes, including three cash prizes of $20,000 each, 40 $500 Visa gift cards, 750 $100 NFL Shop gift cards and 1,000 $100 Food Lion gift cards.

Customers can enter as many as three times per day but must do so in three separate transactions. A list of participating items can be found online as well as in an in-store booklet.

There is no purchase necessary to play. For more information about free entries or to view the list of participating items or promotion rules, visit www.foodlion.com/pickyourplay.

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