Falling Snow = Falling Busch Beer Prices This Winter

, Falling Snow = Falling Busch Beer Prices This Winter

(Courtesy Busch)

Busch Beer is putting a whole new spin on ‘snow days’ with a new promotion in seven states prone to snowfall in the winter.

Here’s the deal…

Busch has come up with a promotion to take the “harsh” out of winter in several Midwest and Great Lakes states.

During the Busch Snow Day campaign, every inch of snow in select cities in the Midwest and Great Lakes equals $1 off of Busch. The more snow falls, so does the price of Busch.

Anheuser-Busch will tracking the snowfall from their “Ice Station Zebra” weather center in St Louis, Mo (so you can  concentrate on shoveling).

And if you live in the same state as any of these cities, you’re eligible!

Promotion Locations w/ Estimated Snowfall

, Falling Snow = Falling Busch Beer Prices This WinterIowa (3.7)

Michigan (1.8)

Minnesota (1.2)

North Dakota (0.2)

Nebraska (0.6)

New York (4.8)

Wisconsin (2.8)

But as with everything there’s a catch…To participate you’ll need to have purchased one or more packages of Busch (18-pack, 24-pack or 30-pack cans or bottles), Busch Light (18-pack, 24-pack or 30-pack cans or bottles), Busch Ice (18-pack cans or bottles) or Busch N/A (12-pack cans or bottles) between January 1, 2020 and March 20, 2020.

And to keep things manageable Busch is capping rebates at $30.00. So if this winter’s snowfall goes full-on artic, additional beer expenses will be on you.

For rules and additional rebate info click here.

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