Etihad will bring fans home for Spurs game
- Wed 08 Dec 2010, 2:43PM
- Posted by Chris Bailey
Are you a City fan living on the other side of the world and have not been to see your beloved Blues play in years?
Would you like to ‘Come Home’ to the City of Manchester Stadium for one of the biggest games of the season?
Or do you live in the UK and have friends and family living around the world who you’d love to bring home to visit you for the City versus Spurs game in April 2011? Well here’s your chance!
As part of the ‘Coming Home’ promotion, Etihad Airways, Official Sponsor of Manchester City, is offering fans the chance of a lifetime - to fly to Manchester for one of the biggest games of the season.
We want you to send us your videos as to WHY we should pick you as a winner to fly two people home from anywhere in the world.
The prize includes return flights for two people from any of Etihad’s 65 worldwide destinations, three nights’ accommodation, VIP hospitality at the game and executive seating.
You will even get the chance to meet some of Manchester City’s stars at the training ground in the build up to one of the match.
To enter and be in with a chance of winning this fantastic experience, simply log onto www.etihadcompetition.com/cominghome
This week’s entrants going through to the finals are Western Australian based Simon Hicks and his dad Martin who moved to Australia two years ago. They both used to be season ticket holders but now have to settle for getting up early in the morning and watching City on the TV.
We are looking for the most creative video entries to put through to the final in January. Whether it’s you wearing your City shirt in front of a famous landmark, or celebrating a City win on the other side of the world, we want you to upload your video into the email telling Etihad the reasons why you should be flown home for this massive game.
The wackier the video entry, the better. Your email also needs to include which Etihad destination you or your friends and family are closest to and don’t forget to include your name, email and contact number.