Sony Ericsson W995 Giveaway

Sony Ericsson W995
Sony Ericsson W995
I have a FIFA branded SE W995 handset worth £500 courtesy of Sony Ericsson.

As you know, the FIFA World Cup is next year in South Africa and Sony Ericsson is one of the main sponsors of this epic football event.

A Willy Wonker style Golden Ticket will be hidden in the box of one of SE’s new FIFA branded handsets. The person who finds the GT will win an all expenses paid trip to SA and tickets to their Countries games until they are knocked out.

Here are the full details
Sony Ericsson are official sponsors of the FIFA World Cup 2010™ in South Africa. To support this sponsorship, Sony Ericsson are launching a fantastic promotion. The ‘Golden Ticket’ promotion will run from 1 August – 30 September.

If you are the lucky winner of the handset, all you have to do , is enter your details at, including the IMEI number and you’re in the draw! The prizes for the customers are:

Grand Prize: 1 x 2010 FIFA World Cup™ Golden Ticket
The Ronaldo of footy prizes, this golden ticket entitles the winner to a pair of tickets to every game their country plays – including the final. This once in a lifetime prize includes flights and 4-star accommodation are included.

Weekly Prizes: 2 x pairs of tickets to the 2010 FIFA World Cup™
Winners will see the drama unfold. Each week we’re giving away two pairs of tickets to a 2010 FIFA World Cup™ match. Flights and three nights in 4-star accommodation are included.

Daily Prizes:1 x Sony BRAVIA TV
Every day a stylish 40-inch Sony BRAVIA TV will be won so fans can follow all the action live for edge of the sofa viewing.

To enter, just answer the following question;

Which former Tottenham Captain was heavily involved in South Africa’s bid for the 2010 World Cup?

Submit your answer using our contact form (link below) with the subject World Cup Competition

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A winner will be drawn at random on the 23rd August 2009.

Good luck.

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