63 days ago

Competition now closed *WIN* a coin toss with the Blues

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Got a little Blues fan in the whānau? Nominate someone between the ages of 7-13 to win an amazing experience with the Blues at Eden Park on Friday 6th May!

Here's what they'll receive:
- goodie bags containing Blues home jerseys and caps
- 2 x silver stand tickets
- food & beverage vouchers
- an exclusive meet the captains and players experience
- a tour of the TV commentary box

PLUS your little Blues fan will flip the coin to start the game!

Simply COMMENT BELOW and tell us about your little Blues fan...
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Requirements:
1) Child must be aged between 7 and 13 and accompanied by a guardian.
2) Winner must be available on Friday 6 May from 5pm. Prize is not transferable.
3) Winner must be available for reasonable publicity purposes.
4) Winners will be contacted Monday 2nd May by COB

Click here for full T&Cs.
Go the Blues!

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www.petitions.nz...