Friday 22nd May, Apia, Samoa – The much sought after Ultimate Game Deal prize pack for Bluesky’s Game On promotion was picked up by one lucky winner this afternoon. Brenda Zigler received a Double Pass Gold Stand tickets to the Manu Samoa vs All Blacks game on July 8th, food and drinks during the match, two Manu Samoa jerseys, two All Blacks supporter shirts, $500 cash and a Bluesky gift bag. In addition, they will also get an official photo with the Manu Samoa and All Blacks players when they arrive in the country.
Brenda was amongst the 18 other lucky winners who came down to Bluesky’s Maluafou headquarters this afternoon for the first presentation of the company’s popular Game On rugby promotion. The 18 winners were given a chance to select one of 18 bags containing a mystery prize, with the hopes of winning the Ultimate Game Deal prize.
The other winners also received double pass tickets for the Blue stand, Green stand, Silver stand and General Admission, as well as a Manu Samoa supporter t-shirt and cash prizes up to $300. The winners all left the Bluesky headquarters with grins on their faces and their prizes in their pockets.
If you are a Bluesky customer, there are four ways in which you can be in to win with the Game On promotion. Simply text Manu Samoa or All Blacks to 4444, top up $10 or more or purchase any of Bluesky’s value bundles available for voice or data.
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