Will you be the lucky fan who watches their home mortgage balance take a decisive dip? The stakes are high, the atmosphere is charged, and the thrill of possibility is unmatched at Firstrust Bank Take It to the House Sweepstakes.

When you're passionately cheering for the Eagles during their captivating home games, you're not merely supporting your team – you're also opening the door to a chance of winning big. If an Eagles player returns a kickoff or punt for a touchdown right before your eyes, you could find yourself the fortunate recipient of a remarkable prize – $150,000 paid towards your home mortgage!

Imagine the joy of knowing that your support for your favorite team could lead to significant financial relief on your home mortgage. This sweepstakes is not just about the game; it's about turning your fandom into a potential life-changing event. Join the Firstrust Bank "Take It to the House Sweepstakes" as soon as possible and be a part of the action, where every touchdown return carries the potential to bring you one step closer to financial freedom.

CLICK HERE TO ENTER: https://www.firstrust.com/mortgage-sweepstakes

Limit: Only one entry is permitted per eligible person. The minimum age required to enter the sweepstakes is 18. It is open only for the legal residents of Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware.

How to enter Firstrust Bank Take It to the House Sweepstakes:
To enter, visit firstrust.com/mortgage-sweeps within the Sweepstakes Period. Access the entry form and provide your name, address email address, daytime telephone number with area code, and confirm your eligibility as an 18-year-old or older named borrower on the Qualifying Home Mortgage Loan. By agreeing to the Official Rules and completing the entry form, you will be entered into the Sweepstakes.

Firstrust Bank Mortgage Sweepstakes Drawing:
A random drawing will take place on the first business day following the occurrence of the Winning Event.

Firstrust Bank Free Mortgage Sweepstakes:
One grand prize winner will win $150000 to pay an existing first or only mortgage lien on the winner’s primary residence.