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Bud Light”s team-specific cans are back again for the 2017 NFL season. As was the case last year, Bud Light has created a can for each individual team. However, you”ll only be able to get cans for the Cowboys, Packers, Bears and Vikings through the collectible 36-pack.
That”s because each of those four teams has a local deal with another brewing company, but thanks to Bud Light”s partnership as the official beer of the NFL its able to create a package deal if it uses all of the NFL”s marks collectively.
Additionally, Bud Light has expanded the offering this year to include both aluminum cans and aluminum bottles.
Each unique team can this year, excluding the four non-partners, includes both the team logo and either a catch phrase or rallying cry unique to that team. In addition, each can features a Snapcode that will unlock a chance to win Super Bowl LII tickets, an interactive Bud Bowl-style game and team-specific Snapchat filters when consumers take a photo of the Snapcode.
“NFL team packaging has become something fans look for from Bud Light year after year,” said Anna Rogers, Director of NFL Partnerships and Strategy, Anheuser-Busch. “We are proud to continue that tradition and give fans another way to support their favorite teams while enjoying NFL football with their friends. We are also very excited to roll out NFL packaging on aluminum bottles for the first time in addition to cans.”
You can check out each team can in the gallery below.
Gallery: 2017 NFL Team Cans From Bud Light
Last year was the first year Bud Light created the 36-pack with cans for all 32 teams plus four collectible NFL cans, and it was a big hit. Less than 100,000 packs were made last year, and listings on eBay had starting prices over $100 per pack, with some over $200.
The updated looks are already on shelves in certain markets and will be available nationwide by the end of August. And you”ll have a better shot at snagging one this year, as Bud Light made nearly four times as many packs as last year.
I am an attorney, the founder of BusinessofCollegeSports.com and formerly served as ESPN”s sports business reporter. I”m the host of The Business of College Sports
I am an attorney, the founder of BusinessofCollegeSports.com and formerly served as ESPN”s sports business reporter. I”m the host of The Business of College Sports Podcast and author of “Saturday Millionaires: How Winning Football Builds Winning Colleges” (Wiley/Turner, 2013). After practicing law for four years, and contributing to floorballcoach.org and Comcast Sports Southeast as a sports business analyst, I joined ESPN in 2011 for two years as a sports business reporter. I have a Bachelor of Arts in Politics from Oglethorpe University and a Juris Doctor (J.D.) from University of Florida Levin College of Law. Follow me on Twitter: