Samsung offers Olympic Games tickets and t-shirts with O2

Written by: Paul Withers
Samsung offers Olympic Games tickets and t-shirts with O2

Wireless communications partner giving customers the chance to win tickets or retro-style t-shirts when they buy a Galaxy handsets from the operator

Samsung is offering customers that buy one of its Galaxy smartphones from O2 the chance of winning London 2012 Olympic Games tickets and adidas t-shirts from the ‘Olympic Museum Collection’.

From today until April 12, contract customers who buy a Galaxy S II, Galaxy W or Galaxy Ace from an O2 retailer will be able to download the Samsung 2012 app and enter a prize draw to win one of 280 pairs of tickets to the Olympics.

Customers must install the app and enter their details before May 11.

Wither every purchase of a Galaxy smartphone, both contract and prepay customers will receive a retro-designed ‘Olympic Museum Collection’ t-shirt (pictured), with five designs to choose from.

Samsung UK and Ireland telecommunications and networks division managing director Simon Stanford said: “With so many fantastic events coming up over the summer, this is a great opportunity for our customers across Great Britain and Northern Ireland to win tickets to see the action first hand, as well as claiming unique t-shirts to show their support and be a part of this historic event.”

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