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Play ‘The Bachelorette Fantasy League’ Now For The Grand Prize, Who Will Rachel Lindsay Choose?

ABC brings back The Bachelorette next week, and they’re kicking things off with a new round of “The Bachelorette Fantasy League.” Season 13 premieres on Monday, May 22, 2017, at 9 p.m. ET until 11 p.m. ET with bachelorette and Texas attorney Rachel Lindsay.

ABC and their sister site ESPN teamed up and those who want to play “The Bachelorette Fantasy League” can do so easily. There are apps and a website for those who are new to either the show The Bachelorette or the Fantasy League game. Players can win prizes each week as well as play for a chance to win the grand prize, which consists of a trip for two to Los Angeles to attend The Bachelorette: After the Final Rose 2018, according to an ABC press release.

Those who want to play “The Bachelorette Fantasy League” can download the ESPN Fantasy app, as well as visit the official Bachelorette fantasy league page at ABC. The official site released the following information regarding the fantasy league game. You can also see a video introduction below discussing the game, how it is played, and how to win.

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“The Bachelorette Fantasy League – which is presented this season by Universal Pictures’ ‘Girls Trip’ – allows players to challenge their family, friends and #BachelorNation in predicting the final four men and the one who will receive the final rose on The Bachelorette. Players earn points for correct predictions, and each point is an entry into the grand-prize drawing for a chance to win a trip for two to Los Angeles, hotel and airfare included, and two tickets to The Bachelor: After The Final Rose, the tell-all special episode after The Bachelor season finale in 2018. Players can modify their picks for the final four hometown men and final rose recipient up until Monday, June 19th at 4:59 p.m. PDT/7:59 p.m. EDT.”

The Bachelorette hosted a live Facebook video to introduce the world to her cast of men. Review the men in the running, and then head on over to the fantasy league site or play via the ESPN app and make your pick. Those who want a refresher in how the game is played can access the official site here: “How to Play Bachelorette Fantasy League”.

“The Bachelorette Fantasy League” game will be played on a weekly basis as well. Those who play can earn additional prizes each week in addition to the grand prize. The weekly prize is the Bachelorette gift bag with a gift card valued at $100 and a signed headshot.

You can learn a bit more about the “Bachelorette Fantasy League” prizes and rules for play in the information that appeared in the press release below.

“In addition to the final four men and final rose gameplay, The Bachelorette Fantasy League also features a weekly game throughout the season based on player predictions of events that will take place in the upcoming episode. Players earn points for correct answers, and each point is an entry into both that week’s drawing for a prize bag that includes a signed headshot and $100 gift card and the grand-prize drawing at the end of the season. The Bachelorette Fantasy League sweepstakes is open to legal U.S. residents, 18 or older. No purchase necessary. See Official RulesABC.com/BFL for full details, including eligibility and season long and weekly prediction deadlines.”

You’ll need an account to play, and be aware that your username will appear on the website’s leaderboard. You can create a username through the official website, the ESPN app, or log in with your Facebook account. After you have a username, you can choose to create a group or join an existing group. Once you belong to a group, you will pick your selection for Rachel’s final four men. Remember to play weekly as every correct pick will earn you points. Are you going to play the Bachelorette Fantasy League? Will you watch Monday’s premiere?

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