Samsung and Vodafone giving away tickets for 100m final

Written by: Paul Withers
Samsung and Vodafone giving away tickets for 100m final

Customers buying any Galaxy handset from the operator will be entered into a draw to win 10 tickets to one of the showpiece events at the London 2012 Olympics

Samsung has partnered with Vodafone to offer one customer a chance to win 10 London 2012 Olympics tickets to the men’s 100m athletics final.

Customers buying any Samsung Galaxy handset from a Vodafone UK store, over the phone or online before July 13 will be entered into a draw to win the tickets.

In addition, the manufacturer is giving Samsung Galaxy wristbands to all visitors to the Samsung Galaxy Note studio at the Olympic Torch Relay Evening Celebration events. They will receive a free flip leather case when buying a Samsung Galaxy Note (pictured right) in a Vodafone store.

Samsung UK and Ireland vice president, telecommunications and networks division Simon Stanford said: “The Olympic Torch Relay is our moment to ensure people take part and celebrate the fact that London 2012 is only weeks away.

“As the flame reaches so many communities in the UK – so does our innovation to ensure people take part such as the wonderful opportunity for one lucky winner who will win 10 tickets to the men’s 100m final and enjoy this once-on-a-lifetime experience with their family and friends.”

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