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Here at Harry’s Boots we’re all about that cowboy lifestyle! We’ve been bringing you the latest and greatest picks from the authentic western fashion for 80 years, so we love any opportunity to attend events where we can rock our boots, hats, and blinging buckles!

The annual American Rodeo is one of our favorite – and this year we want you to be able to go for free, so we’re giving away 8 sets of 4 tickets to Harry’s Boots friends & followers!

The event starts on Sunday, March 3rd, at 2PM at Arlington’s AT&T Stadium, and our lucky winners will get a chance to experience all the awesome western shows & competitive games.

American Rodeo 2019 Tickets

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American Rodeo Tickets Giveaway

This event will bring you the finest, most skilled cowboys & cowgirls competing for prizes valuing over $2.35 million! The very best have been tested through a series of qualifying Western Sports events all year, and you get to see the best of the best, facing challenges like Bull Riding, Barrel Racing, Bronc Riding and so much more!

Traditionally, the world’s richest one-day rodeo event is held at the Dallas Cowboys’ AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX. This arena can handle a capacity of up to 100k people, and 32 of our lucky followers will get the chance to be among that crowd, cheering for their favorites.

So enter now by following us on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter, subscribing to our mailing list, and recommending Harry’s Boots giveaway! Each earns you extra points! You don’t need to complete all actions once you enter our giveaway, but by doing so you are definitely increasing your chances to get those tickets.

The clock starts now! We’re accepting submissions until Monday, February 25th, and the winners will be notified promptly to start preparing for the annual American Rodeo in time!


Karoline Jordan was born and raised in San Saba and is a proud member of the fightin' Texas A&M Class of 2014 with a degree in Agriculture Leadership and Education with an emphasis in Public Relations.

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