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Calling all football fans, PrisChew.com has some GREAT news for you!
At PrisChew.com, you can WIN passes to a Brazil pre-match training session – for the Japan vs. Brazil game.
You will have the opportunity to catch in action, Brazil’s star-studded players, including Barcelona’s Neymar, Liverpool’s Philippe Coutinho as well as Oscar, Willan and Ramires, who are all from Chelsea. Yes, these top European-based Brazilian players will all be making the trip to Singapore come October 14.
On PrisChew.com, I have ONE pair of free passes to give away to a lucky reader for this exclusive training session.
How To Win These Free Passes
And this contest is simple. Just follow these simple steps and you may be on your way to see your favourite world-class football stars in action!
1) Like me on Facebook (PrisChew Dot Com) and/or follow me on Instagram (@Prisgooner).
2) Like and share this contest blog post on Facebook and/or Instagram. When you do so, please tag me and three other friends of your choice.
3) Answer this simple question.
Name ONE player who will be featured in Brazil’s star-studded line-up against Japan on October 14.
4) Please email your answer to the question above, together with your name, IC, email, mobile phone number, country of residence and Facebook username/Instagram handle to email@example.com
The contest closes on 9 October 2014 at 12 noon. Winners will be notified by text message or email.
Only residents of Singapore will be eligible to enter this contest.
CLICK HERE to WIN tickets to the Japan vs. Brazil match LIVE on 14 October.
Where To Buy Match Tickets
You can buy tickets for the Japan vs Brazil match at the Singapore Sports Hub Tix Box Office as well as its website. Adult ticket prices start from S$40. The match will kick off at 6.45pm on Tuesday, October 14.
Ticket bundles (2 adult and 2 children) are also available for $100 and $160.
However, a discount of S$20 will be given to members of the public, who are holding on to tickets from the Juventus vs Singapore Selection match that was held last month.