Guys, oh god this is huge news! TFiOS is coming soon (!!!!) and Bookworld is offering us Aussies a chance to be at the pre-release screening in our capital cities!
Is everyone squealing with excitement right now, because I am!
And guess what, there’s no catch! It’s just a competition, so put on your creative thinking hats because I’m about to tell you how YOU can be in on the chance of winning one of 65 tickets to watch TFiOS in your Australian capital city (Sydney, Perth, Melbourne, Adelaide and Brisbane only). And no, it’s not 65 tickets altogether, but 65 per city. ERMAGERD.
To enter Bookworld’s The Fault In Our Stars competition, entrants need to submit a video, photo or 25 words or less on “what The Fault In Our Stars means to you”. Each winner will stand to win one ticket pack which contains three (3) tickets to the exclusive advanced screening of the TFIOS.
Than means you can take two of your mates with you. Yay!
And you know what guys, there’s MORE. In conjunction to this competition, Bookworld will also be having a 20% off sale for Bookworld Citizens (their loyalty program which is free to join) and 10% off for non-Citizens for a few days after the competition kicks off, also in conjunction with the Easter holidays.
Enter this exclusive code when you check out: BW-SAVE4.
The discount code applies to all books and titles but excludes eBooks and is valid from Wednesday 16 April to midnight Sunday 20 April. In case you didn’t know, Bookworld also offers free shipping throughout Australia!
Um, amazing right?
So what are you waiting for? Head on over to Bookworld’s competition by clicking here. I’m definitely entering, and I’m sure you wouldn’t want to miss this chance either!
Competition closes 28th April 2014
**Note: This competition is for residents in Australia only**
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