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Win Sleigh Bells VIP Package Courtesy of Zignum Mezcal

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Sleigh Bells is coming to town April 30. And with tickets only $15, there's little excuse for not going. 

Zignum Mezcal wants to help you get into the concert for free and provide you with booze while you're there. All you have to do is "like" Zignum's Facebook page and post a clever personal status detailing why you deserve to win the Sleigh Bells prize package ... and tag Zignum on your post.

According to the spirits reps, the post should read "--BLANK-- makes me so unsophisticatedly refined, @ZignumMezcal should give me VIP Sleigh Bells tickets, free Zignum bottle service and other treats." (Tagging Zignum is key here, people.)

The prize package includes four VIP tickets to the concert, table service featuring two complimentary bottles of Zignum Mezcal, and a bag of "hipster goodies" including Wayfarer sunglasses, T-shirts, temporary mustache tattoos, and more. (Seriously? I can't.)

Naturally, you have to be 21 or over to enter. The contest runs until April 21. The winners will be announced on April 22 via Facebook.

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