Pittsburgh Steelers Fan Puts Friend’s House Up For Sale in Exchange For 2 Super Bowl Tickets

Pittsburgh Steelers Fan Puts Friend’s House Up For Sale in Exchange For 2 Super Bowl Tickets

This is by far the best prank we have seen in years, maybe EVER.

Two friends in America are in the midst of a prank war following the play-off game between the Broncos and Steelers a few weeks ago, with Denver pulling off a 23-16 victory over their Pittsburgh opponents.

It was a glorious moment for lifelong Broncos fan Brain Lusk, who proceeded to rub his Pittsburgh-supporting pal’s nose in it a bit too hard, driving him to enact a bitter revenge.

His friend, also called Brian, decided that he’d have the last laugh, and placed an ad in several papers, placing Lusk’s house up for sale.

The asking price? A pair of Super Bowl 50 tickets, airfare and lodging.

The ad claimed divorce was the reason for the no-fee sale, and now Lusk has been inundated with calls, enquiries and offers for his three-bedroom, two-bathroom home.

As you can see in the clip from news programme USA Today, above, Brian’s phone has been so busy that the battery keeps dying.

He’s vowed to get his friend back ,but this prank is going to take some serious beating.

We know Super Bowl tickets can be expensive, but they’re probably not worth your house.

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