NETELLER is Crystal Palace F.C.’s new Shirt Sponsor, a huge fan of the Barclays English Premier League and passionate about the beautiful game. They are giving YOU the chance to WIN an incredible VIP experience and $3,000.
The game takes place on 8 November, 2014 and you could be sat in the luxury padded seats, watching the Red Devils play the Eagles, sipping champagne and eating canapés.
For a chance to win tickets to the stadium that Bobby Charlton quite rightly called: “…the Theatre of Dreams”, all you need to do is register. Want to increase your chances of winning? If you also sign up for NETELLER and use their services, you can earn extra entries!
NETELLER offers a simple online service and it’s free to sign up. The service enables you to pay and get paid at thousands of websites. Their award-winning Net+ Prepaid MasterCard® is another benefit of getting an account and you can use it to get instant access to cash at ATMs worldwide, and make purchases online and in person.
Along with 2 VIP tickets and 3,000 USD, the prize also includes: delicious snacks and drinks, a four-course à la carte meal, match day gifts and a programme. The seats in the luxury VIP area are situated in the North Stand, near the half way line, so the view from there is completely exceptional.
Make sure you register now and have a chance winning!
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