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Baxi offers world cup tickets

The chance to win two tickets to the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa on July 11, is available to Baxi commercial division installer customers who purchase a qualifying product.
Baxi offers world cup tickets
Those who purchase a product from the Andrews Water Heaters, Potterton Commercial or Baxi-SenerTec UK ranges between April 6 and 12 noon on June 30 2010, may win two tickets to the wolrld cup match, flights, transfers and three nights’ accommodation.

Every time a qualifying product is purchased, customers will receive another chance to enter the prize draw.

Prizes are also available for two runners up. The Second prize winner will be given an LG Infinia LED HD ready TV. The third prize is an official England Shirt signed by the England players who have taken part in the 2010 FIFA World Cup qualifying campaign.

The draw will take place at 1pm on June 30 and the winners will be notified by telephone and confirmed by email.

To qualify, entrants must log on to the website and answer a multiple choice question, before entering the serial number of the purchased product and their contact details. An email will then be sent to confirm entry into the draw.
19 April 2010


By gas boiler
19 April 2010 01:01:00
Oh well even though we got knocked out early it still would have been a good prize
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