Competition: Bristol City, Derby County and Scunthorpe United fans, we have tickets for you
We’ve got four pairs of tickets to give away to forthcoming Championship matches. If you are a Bristol City, Derby or Scunthorpe fan, read on to find out how to watch your team play free of charge.
npower’s Football Saver* scheme for new customers is seven per cent cheaper than standard rates until 30 September 2011 and gives you a £45 voucher to spend at your local Football League club shop. To take advantage of the offer call 0800 975 6613 quoting N570P, before 31st December 2010.
And as part of their three-year sponsorship agreement with the Football League, npower is also the new sponsor of the Football League Community Cup. The annual six-a-side competition is for teams of mixed under-11s and under-13 girls, and is played in towns and cities throughout the country, culminating in finals played at Wembley Stadium before the end of season npower play-off finals.
To celebrate this, we have tickets to the following matches available:
Bristol City v. Preston North End (6 November)
Derby County v. Portsmouth (6 November)
Scunthorpe v. Middlesbrough (9 November)
To be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets to one of those matches, just tell us: which Bristol City player confessed he was drunk when he agreed to talk to the club about signing for them?
To enter, visit our Contact page and let us know your name, telephone number, answer and the match you would like tickets to (you can give an order of preference if you wouldn’t mind going to go to more than one). The competition closes at 12pm on Tuesday.
Terms and conditions:
Tickets are located in the home team stand and are only valid for home team supporters.
*Residential customers only. Offer and vouchers subject to availability. Terms, conditions and exclusions apply visit www.npower.com/shirtoffer or call 0800 975 6613**
** Calls may be recorded and monitored for training and security purposes. To view all the competition terms and conditions visit http://www.npower.com/footballcricketterms