WIN a trip to the 2015 Rugby World Cup!

2015-08-20 15:22
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Cape Town - As of Wednesday, August 19 there are exactly 30 days left until the Springboks' opening Rugby World Cup match in England.

One lucky Beeld, Die Burger, Volksblad, Rapport and City Press subscriber - and their partner - will be seated on the grandstand for two of the quarter-final matches

Media24, in conjunction with Gilbert, are offering one lucky Beeld, Die Burger, Volksblad, Rapport and City Press subscriber the opportunity to travel to England for rugby's greatest spectacle.  

The prize includes two tickets for two quarter-finals at Twickenham, plus travel and accommodation costs, as well as R10 000 pocket money from Media24. SA Rugby will also take care of the visas and travel arrangements.

Existing and new subscribers will be eligible to enter the competition.  

The winner and travel partner will fly from Johannesburg to London on October 14.

The competition will run from August 19 to September 6. The winner will be announced on September 8.

Visit to enter.

The winner and partner must both have valid passports to be eligible for the prize. Terms and conditions apply.

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