Oktoberfest is coming to Norwich - here’s your chance to win tickets
PUBLISHED: 19:13 19 September 2017 | UPDATED: 19:13 19 September 2017
For one weekend this October, OPEN Norwich’s Banking Hall will be transformed into a German themed Bierkeller.
This newspaper has teamed up with the event’s organisers to offer readers the chance to join Norwich’s biggest Bavarian bash, complete with authentic Bavarian beer, food and entertainment.
We have 25 sets of tickets to give away for Oktoberfest Norwich on Thursday, October 5. Each winner will receive four tickets plus four complimentary branded steins.
For your chance of winning simply answer the following question:
Q What year did Oktoberfest start?
Text EENBEER followed by your answer, name and email address to 64343.
The competition ends at 9am on Monday, September 25.
Terms and Conditions:
Over 18’s only. Texts cost £1.00 plus standard network rates. Winners will be selected from all correct entries received from the EDP and Norwich Evening News after the closing date: 9am on Monday 25th September 2017. Entries received after the closing date will not be counted but you may still be charged. The promoter’s decision is final. For full terms and conditions go to www.edp.co.uk Usual Archant promotion rules apply.
25 winners will be selected at random from all correct entries. The winner will be contacted by phone or email after the closing date. By entering this competition you will automatically be subscribed to receive news and offers from Archant. If you do not wish to receive details of any other products or services, please text EXIT at the end of your message.
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For full terms and conditions click here - usual Archant promotion rules apply, one winner will be selected at random from all correct entries from both the Eastern Daily Press and Norwich Evening News.
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