- One-of-a-kind ticket entitles winner to see every event at The O2 for a whole year in recognition of O2’s 18th birthday
- All you have to do is follow @O2 on Twitter, retweet and tag a friend in the competition post using #O2BlueTicket on 2nd February (02.02), with a winner chosen at random
- The prize gives access to over 100 shows taking place over the next year
O2 today announced a unique Blue Ticket giveaway which will see one lucky person win a pair of tickets for every event taking place in The O2 arena for one year*.
From Stormzy to Elton John, O2’s Blue Ticket winner will be rewarded with some of the best seats in the house at the world’s most popular entertainment venue, The O2. The winner will also receive a phone of their choice.
O2’s Blue Ticket, giving access to over 100 shows taking place over the next year, can be won by following @O2 on Twitter, retweeting and tagging a friend in the competition post using #O2BlueTicket on 2nd February (02.02). The lucky winner will be chosen at random.
The first event for the lucky Blue Ticket winner will be witnessing some of the most electrifying athletes on the planet when The Original Harlem Globetrotters bring their spectacular show to London. There will also be a huge range of music, shows and events to enjoy, including Elton John’s Farewell Tour, Nitto ATP Finals, Harry Styles, Trevor Noah, WWE Wrestling and many more.
Nina Bibby, Chief Marketing Officer at O2, said: “There are so many iconic acts gracing the stage at The O2 over the course of 2020 but for us, it’s our customers that are the headline act. This February marks the 18th birthday of the O2 brand and what better way to recognise that than by gifting one lucky person the opportunity to see every single incredible artist and event at The O2 for a whole year”.
To keep up to date and be in with a chance of winning O2’s Blue Ticket and more great giveaways throughout 2020, follow @O2 on Twitter.
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Source: O2 Blog