Next, participants should buy one or more squares by choosing a number for the horizontal axis and a number for the vertical axis. The cost of each square can be determined by the organizer of the contest.

Once all of the squares have been purchased, the numbers 0 to 9 should be randomly assigned to the horizontal axis and the vertical axis of the grid. This will determine which numbers are associated with each square.

During the Super Bowl, the score of the game will be used to determine which squares are winners. For example, if the score at the end of the first quarter is 10 to 7, the square with the numbers 0 and 7 will be a winner. Similarly, if the final score of the game is 21 to 17, the square with the numbers 1 and 7 will be a winner.

The prize for each winning square can be determined by the organizer of the contest. It is common for there to be a prize for the square at the end of each quarter, as well as a prize for the final score of the game.

Overall, a Super Bowl squares contest is a fun and exciting way to add to the excitement of the game. Just be sure to follow all local gambling laws when organizing and participating in the contest.

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