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In Bed With David Beckham At The Westin… (almost)

1 December, 2008

For immediate release


The Westin Auckland Lighter Quay today launches the ultimate David Beckham fan package – a night in the hotel where Becks is staying throughout his time in New Zealand plus the best tickets to The Beautiful Game itself.

The luxury five-star hotel on Auckland’s Viaduct Harbour has teamed up with
The Beautiful Game promoters Auckland Regional Council to offer a great value ticket and room combination deal.

For just $395, a couple can enjoy a superior room with the same Westin Heavenly Bed® as Becks will be relaxing in - a hallmark of Westin comfort and style globally.

They’ll also get Platinum tickets to The Beautiful Game on Saturday December 6 at Mt Smart Stadium where Beck’s LA Galaxy team will take on the Oceania All Stars.

The special $395 price tag represents an almost $200 saving on the price of tickets and a normal Westin room rate at this time of year.

Bookings can be made by calling the hotel on (09) 909 9000.


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