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Win $5Million on the 2014 Football World Cup

Win $5Million on the 2014 Football World Cup

Tuesday 27 May 2014

1 Shot at $5Million

How would you like to make a cool $5 million on the 2014 Football World Cup – FOR FREE?

Today the TAB has launched ‘1 Shot at $5 Million’. If you pick all 64 winners of the tournament, the TAB will give you $5 million.

‘This is the single biggest prize pool the TAB has ever offered on any event. It’s easy, and it’s free! Why not have a shot at becoming $5 million richer’ said TAB Football Ambassador Paul Ifill.

All you have to do is log on to www.tabchallenge.co.nz and make your picks.

You’ve got until Midnight on the 12th of June to get your picks in. The World Cup kicks off with the opening match between Brazil and Croatia on June 13th.

The competition is open to all New Zealand residents aged 18 or over. There is a limit of one entry per person.

‘Kiwis love their football, and very soon millions of us will be glued to our TV screens for what is undoubtedly the biggest sporting event in the world. Don’t just be a spectator, get involved!’ said Ifill.

The TAB are also offering 5 prizes of $1,000 for the top five most accurate picks.

Full contest rules along with more information about the ‘1 Shot at $5Million’ can be found at www.tabchallenge.co.nz.

Good luck New Zealand.

ENDS



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