JUST-DRINKS & BUD: World Cup Competition

By | 31 May 2006

Well, it's nearly upon us, and I assume that many of you are as excited as we are. With two weeks to go until the biggest (and best, I'd say) sporting event there is, we've teamed up with Budweiser, the official beer of the 2006 FIFA World Cup™, to offer you, our lovely members, a piece of the action (if you're not a member, click here - make sure you join before Wednesday 31 May to enter the draw).

We have two tickets for England's second group game of the tournament against Trinidad & Tobago up for grabs. The match - England's second in the group stage - takes place in Nuremburg on 15 June.

To enter the draw, all you need to do is e-mail editor@just-drinks.com with the answer to the following question:

What is England's FIFA World ranking?

Closing date for entries is midnight (GMT) on Wednesday 31 May.

The draw will take place on Thursday 1 June. The winner will be announced on the just-drinks homepage.

Good luck.

Terms and conditions:
Winner must be a full member of just-drinks.com on the date of the draw.
Winner plus guest must be over 18.
Tickets are not transferable and cannot be resold.
Usual FIFA rules apply.
Winner must hold a valid passport valid for 6 months on return entry into the UK (if winner is UK-based).
No cash alternative.
Prize is two stadium tickets only. Travel, accommodation, insurance and spending money are not included.
Winner may be required to sign an affidavit.

Sectors: Beer & cider, Soft drinks, Spirits, Water, Wine

Companies: Budweiser

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