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Etihad offers a chance to win a free trip to see Barca and Real Madrid in action

If you have always wanted to see Real Madrid and FC Barcelona display their fancy footwork, this may be your opportunity of a lifetime. Etihad Airways are offering their Etihad Guest frequent flyer members the chance to participate in a lucky draw for two tickets to the El Clasico match between these traditional rivals on April 22 2012 in Barcelona. Etihad or their partner Air Berlin will fly you to Barcelona and also pay for your stay for 3 nights at Le Meridien, Barcelona, and of course give you two match tickets with A class seats for the football match.

This offer is open to Etihad Airways frequent flyer members and ends on April 8 2012. To participate in this raffle, you have to be a member of the Etihad Airways frequent flyer program - Etihad Guest - and use 100 Guest Miles to purchase each raffle ticket. The more tickets you buy the better your odds of watching Ronaldo and Messi in action.

Here is some interesting football trivia - Lionel Messi has scored 50 goals so far this season while Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 40 but Ronaldo leads 32-30 in the battle to be crowned the top scorer in La Liga. Last season they each scored 53 goals for their side.

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