PPQ is giving you the chance to win TWO tickets to this year's AFL Grand Final
Calling all Aussie Rules die-hards (or every Queensland sports fanatic for that matter), do you fancy a cheeky trip south of the border for the AFL Grand Final?
Yep, thought so.
Well, one lucky bugger has the chance to win two tickets to the AFL season’s climax on the 24th of September at the MCG.
And who knows, with the way things are going right now, you might just get to witness the Brisbane Lions end their Premiership drought.
As for you Gold Coast Suns supporters, well, there’s always next year!
You can enter by clicking RIGHT HERE.
Whoever you follow, Personalised Plates Queensland is offering up two tickets to the 2022 AFL Grand Final.
Not just that, though, PPQ will also give that one punter $5,000 spending money – so yes, every bar and restaurant on Chapel Street will be primed and ready for your arrival.
But shiny tickets and spending money in your pocket aside, perhaps the best prize on offer comes in the form of a set of personalised plates valued at $495.
So it doesn’t matter whether you’ve got an ‘05 Honda (guilty as charged) or a Mercedes AMG (one can only dream, right), these plates will look unreal as you cruise past The Gabba the morning after Lachie Neale kicks the winning goal in the dying embers of the Grand Final.
You can use your gift voucher to cheer on your side with bespoke Brisbane Lions or Gold Coast Suns team plates.
Or support interstate AFL teams with caption plates.
To enter the competition is simple, very simple.
All you have to do is visit the PPQ website and punch in all your details before submitting.
No faffing, no fussing.
The only frustrating part is nervously checking your phone to see if you’ve won.
Entry is only available to Queensland residents aged 18 and over who have a valid Department of Transport and Main Roads CRN.
The competition closes on the 8th of September.
Featured Image Credit: Wikimedia Creative Commons / Supplied / PPQ
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