The Snickers brand is bringing back the Snickers Rookie Mistake of the Year program, rewarding fans for sharing hilarious and relatable rookie mistakes. 

A rookie mistake is not an error that occurs due to bad luck, but instead a Snickers Rookie Mistake is a funny misstep caused when fans are not quite themselves.

Fans can submit video, photo or written examples of their rookie mistakes on Throughout the NFL regular season, Snickers will spotlight some of the best rookie mistake submissions, giving fans a chance to be featured across Snickers platforms and rewarded with signed merchandise and gift cards.

At the end of the regular season, a panel of NFL experts will select one rookie mistake that will be crowned "Snickers Rookie Mistake of the Year." The winning fan will receive two tickets to Super Bowl LVII in Arizona, where they will have the opportunity to celebrate on the field after the game.

Snickers has also released rookie mistake packaging. Each Snickers bar features a code that links to, and later this season, will bring consumers to an augmented reality experience where fans will be greeted by a "magic football" featuring Stefon Diggs. The "magic football" acts as a traditional magic 8-ball, where fans will have the opportunity to ask Diggs a question or submit a rookie mistake of their own.

"Mars is thrilled to inspire more moments of happiness and one-of-a-kind sports experiences for fans by bringing back the Snickers Rookie Mistake of the Year program this NFL season," said Michelle Deignan, senior marketing director at Mars Wrigley. "Left the stadium early to beat traffic and missed the most epic play of the game? Called in sick to your fifth annual family reunion, but uploaded a 'beach day' post with your friends on Instagram? Snickers offers a satisfying solution to rookie mistakes made both on and off the field in a way only a leading NFL partner like Snickers can deliver on."

As part of the brand's broader sports strategy, Snickers has again teamed up with some of the NFL's most recognizable players, including Stefon Diggs and Najee Harris. The players will recreate videos of fan submitted mistakes during the regular season. The debut video featuring first team All-Pro wide-receiver, Stefon Diggs, depicts the all-too-familiar mistake of leaving a game early only to miss an incredible comeback.

"I'm excited to partner with my friends at Snickers again to kick off the next season of the Snickers Rookie Mistake Of The Year program," Diggs said. "Last year's entries were hilarious, but I know the fans have more they've been holding back. I had the chance to film a rookie mistake inspired by a fan from last season, where two fans left a game early to beat traffic, only to miss an epic comeback in the fourth quarter. Ultimate rookie mistake. Think yours is better? Head to to share it."