Well well well, the end of the year has snuck up on us. How did that happen?! But don’t panic, we’re about to make your entire year… Or maybe even your next ten.
You’ve probably started to notice that it’s about that time of year when people start casually asking, “where are you going for Christmas?”, “what are we going to do for the office Christmas party?” and, “what are you doing for new year’s?”. So even though it feels like it’s still ages away (it’s not), it’s time to start planning your end of year celebrations, including your New Year’s Eve party.
And just because we love you, we’ve teamed up with De Bortoli Wines to give you the opportunity to have the ultimate New Year’s Eve in Sydney, and all you have to do is buy some wine (like you wouldn’t anyway).
If you’re one of the two lucky winners, you and three of your nearest and dearest will be flown to Sydney (or if you’re from NSW or ACT you can make your own way there) for the ultimate New Year’s Eve VIP experience at the picturesque Dawes Point at the foot of Sydney Harbour Bridge. You’ll also be put up in the mega schmick Sofitel Sydney Wentworth and be treated to an epic morning after breakfast for you and your nearest and dearest.
Like we said… This will probably be the highlight of your decade!
Here’s what you need to do to get involved:
Step 2: Head to De Bortoli’s website and fill in the form with your deets.
Step 3: Hang on to your receipt for dear life – you’ll need it if you win!
T& Cs: One prize per promotion (one for VIC, SA, QLD & WA and one for ACT & NSW), two winners overall. Winner will receive the prize for themselves and three friends. Winner must retain proof of purchase to redeem prize. Maximum of one entry per day per customer. Winner selected at random. Total prize value $11,930 AUD. Competition runs 1/10/2015 to 13/12/2015. For full T & Cs head here.
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Image credit: City of Sydney