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Super Bowl ‘Selfie Kid’ Scores Big Again, Gets Gift For Huge Shout Out

The kid who jumped in front of Justin Timberlake for a selfie during the Super Bowl LII halftime show is getting another stroke of amazing luck after he got hooked up big time for inadvertently giving a company millions of dollars in advertising.

Sunday River Ski Resort in Maine tell The Blast they’re giving 13-year-old Ryan McKenna and his family unrestricted season passes to the mountain for the rest of this year and the next after he wore one of their sweatshirts when he took the selfie with JT.

McKenna lives in Massachusetts, so he’s only a few hours away from shredding the gnar and ripping through some fresh pow pow, as long as someone with a driver’s license gives him a lift.

The snow pass is the latest for a kid whose almost had a better week than the Philadelphia Eagles.  Not only did he go viral with his pic, and the memes that followed, but he also got invited to “Ellen” and Timberlake called in to hook him up with Patriots tickets for next season!

He’s not old enough to play the lottery, but his parents better take him to buy a ticket ASAP.