Win VIP tickets to the premiere of Pirates Of The Caribbean
Wednesday 04 May 2011
Disney's latest blockbuster "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" premieres at London’s Westfield on 12 May and, thanks to Spanish carmaker SEAT, you could be there!
The Independent has a pair of VIP tickets to give away to the showing - giving you first sight of the new action-packed film, plus the chance to rub shoulders with its stars Johnny Depp and Penelope Cruz on the red carpet!
To enter, simply answer the question below:
The competition closes on Tuesday 10 May. The premiere is on Thursday 12 May, so please make sure you'll be able to attend, and please supply a functioning mobile phone number so we can contact you in good time. The Independent's usual competition rules can be read here.
Even if you’re not lucky enough to win this fabulous competition, make sure you visit your nearest SEAT dealer for the chance to win other great Pirates prizes – including a swashbuckling and award-winning new SEAT Alhambra MPV. To win, just find the secret pirate ship hidden on a map of the UK and it’s yours! For more details, sail to www.seat-treasurehunt.co.uk/
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides is in cinemas everywhere from May 18th.
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