Win a box at the Sevens
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Review"Win a box at the Sevens" is a competition by New World and has a prize pool of $8,500 for 2 prizes. Relatively high prize pool in this promotion. There’s only one place where a group of super heroes can cheer on a Fijian winger throwing a no-look pass. The HSBC New Zealand Sevens will see sixteen of the world’s top rugby sevens nations split into four pools for two days of non-stop action. We are familiar with this brand and have listed quite a few of their competitions.
Our rating: 4 (of 5.0) © KiwiCompetitions,
This competition is organized by New World and you can check out their latest competitions here:
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Terms and conditions of the competition "Win a box at the Sevens "
according to the competitions organizers.By entering the competition, you agree to the use of your name for publicity and promotional purposes, without compensation. Subject to any applicable laws which cannot be excluded, the Promoter, its employees and agents will not be liable for any loss, damage or injury of any nature incurred or suffered by any person (including but not limited to direct or consequential loss or loss arising from negligence) arising directly or indirectly out of or in connection with this competition or with winning, redeeming or benefiting from the prize.
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