Win the chance to experience the Winter Olympics in glorious HD with Freesat
Saturday 13 February 2010
The Independent has teamed up with
Freesat to give readers the chance to win a fantastic prize to coincide with the excitement of the Winter Olympics.
Not only do we have a Freesat HD TV and installation to give away we also have Ski or Snowboard lessons for two at various SNO!zone locations in the UK.
With Freesat you can catch all the action from the Winter Olympics on BBC HD completely subscription free. Plus you can enjoy over 140 other great digital channels and services including ITV1 HD. What's more, if you've already got a satellite dish you're halfway there.
To enter simply answer this question:
Q. What event will Chemmy Alcott be participating in?
a) Ice Hockey
b) Figure Skating
c) Alpine Skiing
This competition has now closed.
For full terms and conditions click here.
SNO!zone centres are in three locations in the UK; Milton Keynes, Scotland and Castleford - Ski or Snowboard lessons are valid for either 2 adults or 2 juniors (under 16), and should be booked in advance. Clothing hire and equipment is included - gloves are not, however it is advised to bring these.
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