Sport Predators fan learns he won tickets to Stanley Cup final in July

23:37  17 july  2017
23:37  17 july  2017 Source:   si.com

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On July 17, this fan learned he won tickets to one of the games. On June 2, Andrew Fudge attempted to win a pair of free tickets to the Stanley Cup final in Nashville to cheer on the Predators .

On June 2, Andrew Fudge attempted to win a pair of free tickets to the Stanley Cup final in Nashville to cheer on the Predators . He then tried again on June 5. And he won . The only problem, he never checked his Twitter DMs.

  Predators fan learns he won tickets to Stanley Cup final in July © Photo by Shelley Lipton/Icon Sportswire (Icon Sportswire via AP Images)

It's hard to get tickets to a Stanley Cup final game. It's even harder to win free tickets.

On June 2, Andrew Fudge attempted to win a pair of free tickets to the Stanley Cup final in Nashville to cheer on the Predators.

He then tried again on June 5.

And he won.

The only problem, he never checked his Twitter DMs.

As if we need another reason to be constantly checking our phones.

It's a shame that Andrew missed out on this chance, but maybe it was for the best. The tickets were for Game 6, which the Predators lost 2-0, clinching the Stanley Cup for the Pittsburgh Penguins.

If there is anything to learn from this situation, it is to remember that there is always something going down in the DMs.

This article was originally published on SI.com

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