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Attend an Exclusive Oscars®Viewing Party in Hollywood

11 January 2017

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Attend an Exclusive Oscars®Viewing Party in Hollywood

Auckland, New Zealand and Los Angeles, California – It’s awards season and with the Oscars® around the corner, two New Zealanders now have the extraordinary chance to attend an exclusive Oscars® viewing party in Hollywood, thanks to Quickflix.

The winners will enjoy a dinner at Wolfgang Puck’s famous Spago restaurant and stay at deluxe Beverly Hills accommodations for five days. All entrants win a new release movie streaming on Quickflix as part of the competition, offering more than 3,500 total prizes.

Anyone can go into the draw by simply signing up to Quickflix at no charge and sharing posts on social media. Quickflix General Manager New Zealand, Paddy Buckley, says the competition sets Quickflix apart from other online streaming services by offering unique experience-based benefits for its users.

“This is just the start. When we launched our Red Carpet plan last month, we expressed our desire to run regular one-of-a-kind competitions, and we’re excited that this is the first one.

There are many more to come.

“It follows on nicely from last month’s launch of Quickflix Access and Quickflix Red Carpet programs, allowing members access to the newest release movies for digital streaming.

Quickflix is now delivering on its promise to bring special opportunities to its members and beyond.

“Quickflix is more than just the best place to see the newest release movies. It’s the place for movie fans to experience entertainment they can’t get anywhere else.”

The Quickflix contest is open to the public and free to enter. Prizes include a trip for two to Hollywood, return flights, tickets to an exclusive Oscars® viewing party in Beverly Hills, luxury transportation while in Los Angeles and dinner at Wolfgang Puck’s famed Spago restaurant.

To enter the contest visit: https://goo.gl/ZXCjzF

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