Purchase a ticket on Emirates until 25th August 2012, and you'll be entered into two daily draws for a chance to win flights and exclusive tickets to one of the ICC Twenty20 matches in Sri Lanka.
For a chance to enter and win, simply purchase your ticket online until 25th August 2012 entering the promotional code AEICC12. Travel between 29th July and 10th December 2012. If you’d like to purchase your ticket through your travel agency please quote promotional code ZZCRI2ZZ at the time of booking.
Two daily draws will take place from 15th August to 25th August 2012:
Economy Class bookings will receive one Economy Class ticket to Sri Lanka plus a hospitality match ticket.
Business Class bookings will receive one Business Class ticket to Sri Lanka plus a hospitality match ticket.
First Class bookings will receive one First Class ticket to Sri Lanka plus a hospitality match ticket.
All bookings will be entered into a grand prize draw for a chance to win one of the following:
Two prizes available: one flight ticket in the same class as the original ticket purchased for entry, one ticket to the semi-final match, plus a night’s stay in a hotel provided in partnership with Emirates Holidays.
One prize available: one flight ticket in the same class as the original ticket purchased for entry, one ticket to the final match, plus a night’s stay in a hotel provided in partnership with Emirates Holidays.
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