Win a pair of tickets for a Premiership rugby match of your choice
Sunday 17 October 2010
The Independent on Sunday has teamed up with QBE to offer readers a chance to win tickets to a Premiership match next weekend.
Six winners will each receive a pair of tickets to one of the following games, courtesy of QBE:
Fri 22nd Oct:
Leeds Carnegie v Sale Sharks, 7.45pm
Newcastle Falcons v Saracens, 8pm
Sat 23rd Oct:
Leicester Tigers v Bath, 2.30pm
Gloucester v Harlequins, 3pm
Exeter Chiefs v London Irish, 5.15pm
Sun 24th Oct:
London Wasps v Northampton Saints, 3pm
This competition is now closed.
Terms and Conditions:
1. All entries must be received by 11am, Tuesday 19th October, 2010.
2. Entry excludes employees of QBE, Generate Sponsorship, members of their families, their agents and anyone connected with the competition.
3. No more than one entry per household.
4. Competition is open to UK residents only.
5. Correct entries will be entered into a draw which will take place on Tuesday 19th October, 2010.
6. Games are subject to cancellation and change and QBE accepts no liability in relation to cancellation of the event.
7. QBE’s decision is final.
8. Arrangements for fulfilment of this prize will be confirmed with the winner.
9. The prize excludes travel and accommodation. The winner must pay all additional costs not included in the prize.
10. By entering the competition, all participants will be deemed to have accepted and be bound by these terms and conditions.
11. This competition is not available in conjunction with any other offer.
12. Entrants must be over 18.
Full terms and conditions can be found by clicking here.
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