Olympic Games tickets up for grabs with Galaxy smartphones

Written by: Paul Withers
Olympic Games tickets up for grabs with Galaxy smartphones

Samsung giving away 91 pairs of tickets to the London 2012 Olympic Games as part of a promotion with Vodafone

Samsung is offering customers who buy one of its Galaxy smartphones from Vodafone UK the chance to win one of 91 pairs of tickets to the London 2012 Olympic Games.

Customers purchasing a Galaxy mobile until February 29 either through the operator’s stores, website or telesales team must download an application on their new device to enter the competition.

Handsets in the promotion include the Galaxy Y (pictured left), Galaxy S II (pictured centre) and Galaxy Ace (pictured right).

Customers must install the application and enter their details before the March 14 closing date. Winners will be notified mid-April.

Samsung is the worldwide Olympic partner in the wireless communications equipment category at this year’s event.

Samsung telecommunications and networks division UK managing director Simon Stanford said: “We are thrilled to be able to offer sporting fans across Great Britain and Northern Ireland the chance to win tickets to some of the most highly sought after events at the Olympic Games.

“This is a fantastic chance for Samsung customers to be part of the Olympic legacy and we wish them all the best of luck.”

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