Win tickets to State of Origin II

FOOTY fans dreaming of watching one of this year's State of Origin matches live from the stands need look no further than the Tweed Daily News' latest giveaway.

We have teamed up with Wizard Home Loans to create a night for you and a friend that you will never forget.

We've got a full package, including accommodation, travel and tickets lined up for one lucky reader.

The main prize features two category A tickets to the second match of the State of Origin series at Brisbane's Suncorp Stadium on June 11.

Specifically, the package includes one night's accommodation at the Sebel Suites, Brisbane; entry for two to an exclusive pre-game function; as well as transfers to the pre-game function and a $100 petrol voucher to help get you there.

And if that wasn't enough, one lucky runner-up will receive two category C tickets to the match.

So if you want to be in the running for one these fabulous prizes, all you need to do is get your entry in by May 30. It's easy to enter.

All you need to do is collect four specially marked tokens (which look like jerseys) appearing in your Tweed Daily News, attach them to an entry form and send it in. Readers can enter as many times as they like.

Completed entries should be sent, complete with contact details on the back of the envelope, to: Ultimate State of Origin Competition, PO Box 6336, Tweed Heads South, NSW 2486.

They can also be dropped into our office at 13-16 Rivendell, Tweed Heads South.

But remember, you've got to be in it to win it.

Plus, an extra gift from Wizard Home Loans. We have got 300 NRL fixture cards to give away.

These cards are available to customers at the Tweed Daily News offices in South Tweed Heads and Murwillumbah during business hours, while stocks last.

Terms and conditions apply, visit www.localclassifieds.com.au or ask at our front counter for more details.



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