Competition: Win tickets to Wheelchair tennis masters at Olympic park
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It’s your last chance to win tickets to watch the world’s best wheelchair tennis players return to the Olympic park.
We are giving two lucky readers the chance to win a pair of tickets each for the NEC Wheelchair Tennis Masters, taking place at the Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre from Wednesday, November 26.
To stand a chance of winning, all you have to do is answer the following question correctly and email your answer to firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight tonight, with “Parklife Competition” in the subject line.
Question: Name one of the British players to have qualified for the NEC Wheelchair Tennis Masters
Each winner can choose the day they attend (excluding the final day) from Wednesday, Thursday, Friday or Saturday.
T&Cs: Competition closes at midnight on November 24. Two winners will be selected from all correct answers. The winners will be contacted after the closing date. The prize is non transferable and no cash alternative will be offered. The prize entitles one winner to two tickets to a day of their choosing, excluding the final day. The prize must be redeemed by 01/12/14. By entering the competition you will be subscribed to receive news and offers from Archant London, you may opt out at any time by visiting the link on all future email communication. Full Archant terms and conditions apply. For terms and conditions please see www.visitleevalley.org.uk.
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