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Win the chance to live like a New Yorker with Qantas


Win the chance to live like a New Yorker when travelling with Qantas

This month, Qantas is offering its customers the chance to win a trip to live and play like a New Yorker, with a prize pack for two, staying right in the heart of the city that never sleeps – Broadway!

Those booking flights on Qantas during the month of June can go in the draw to win Business cabin flights and five nights’ accommodation in the Big Apple, for two people.

Simply book your holiday online at Qantas.com between 1 & 30 June 2014, for travel departing New Zealand before 31 December 2014, register the details at: qantas.com/june and be in to win the trip of a lifetime, worth more than $24,000!

You can relax with Qantas, knowing your flight includes all the frills within your airfare – food, wine, entertainment and checked baggage.

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