Find free tickets to U.S.-Ecuador match at Orlando City stadium in local scavenger hunt

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Find free tickets to the U.S. Men's National Team's Thursday match against Ecuador at the Orlando City Stadium in a local scavenger hunt that starts tomorrow.

In partnership with USMNT and Orlando City Soccer, the Greater Orlando Sports Commission has set up clues in 13 Central Florida hot spots to win the tickets. The scavenger hunt starts Tuesday, March 19 at 8 a.m.

Here are the rules, according to the Greater Orlando Sports Commission: 
1. The hunt begins at 8am on Tuesday, March 19! Each clue coincides with one location.

2. Each location will have one voucher, redeemable for two (2) tickets to the match on Thursday, March 21 at Orlando City Stadium.

3. If the clue location is a place of business, please ask staff for assistance upon arrival.

4. If you find a voucher, you are required to take a picture of yourself with the voucher where you found it, share on social media with the hashtag #USAvECU and tag @greaterorlsport. This must be done before claiming your tickets!

5. After posting your photo, follow the instructions on your voucher to claim your tickets. The deadline to claim all tickets is Noon on Thursday, March 21. If you have any questions, email ksturley@greaterorlandosports.com.

The clues will be posted on the Greater Orlando Sports Commission's official website, as well as their Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.



The U.S.-Ecuador international friendly at Orlando City Stadium starts at 8 p.m. on March 21. If you're not lucky enough to win during the scavenger hunt, you can still purchase tickets here.

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