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Grabaseat Offer Extended For Auckland Cup Week

Friday the 13th of December 2013

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Lucky Day For Some – Grabaseat Offer Extended For Auckland Cup Week at Alexandra Park

Friday the 13th is an ominous day for some and very lucky for others. But, it is an auspicious day for all since the Grabaseat offer with Air New Zealand, the Rendezvous Grand Hotel and Alexandra Park hospitality during Auckland Cup Week has been extended until midnight on Sunday 15 December 2013.

Auckland Cup Week begins at Alexandra Park with the first official Races at 5:30 pm on Friday 28 February 2014. Along with the best harness race horses in Australasia, guests will also experience

a unique festival feeling with legendary kiwi entertainment, cocktail competitions, food displays, fabulous fashion and the best of the best in harness racing.

Night two of Auckland Cup Week on the 7th of March is headlined by the Auckland Cup & Northern Derby. The festive environment, combined with live entertainment, variety, glamour and of course the stars on track gives everyone a reason to attend, play and party.

This special offer with Grabaseat is available until midnight on Sunday 15 December 2013 at

https://grabaseat.co.nz/secure/getaways

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