Win a FIFA branded Sony Ericsson mobile!

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The Sport Review is delighted to offer our readers the chance to win a Branded Sony Ericsson SE W995 handset worth £500, plus the chance to go to the 2010 World Cup!

Sony Ericsson are official sponsors of the FIFA World Cup 2010â„¢ in South Africa, and to support this sponsorship, they are launching a fantastic new promotion.

The Golden Ticket promotion will run from 1 August – 23rd August.

For you chance to win this fantastic SE W995 handset, just answer this question: Who won the last World Cup?

Send us your answer plus your name, address, and phone number using the form below.

Click here to enter! (please use “SE World Cup Competition” as the subject to your email)

Closing date: 23rd August 2009

The winner will be notified by email or phone after August 23rd 2009.

And that’s not all! If you are the lucky winner of the handset, you can enter your details at www.winthetickets.co.uk , including the IMEI number of your new phone, and you’re in the draw for some fantastic prizes including:

Grand Prize: 1 x 2010 FIFA World Cupâ„¢ Golden Ticket
The Ronaldo of footy prizes, this golden ticket entitles the winner to a pair of tickets to every game their country plays – including the final. This once in a lifetime prize includes flights and 4-star accommodation are included.

Weekly Prizes: 2 x pairs of tickets to the 2010 FIFA World Cupâ„¢
Winners will see the drama unfold. Each week we’re giving away two pairs of tickets to a 2010 FIFA World Cup™ match. Flights and three nights in 4-star accommodation are included.

Daily Prizes:1 x Sony BRAVIA TV
Every day a stylish 40-inch Sony BRAVIA TV will be won so fans can follow all the action live for edge of the sofa viewing.

So what are you waiting for? Get your entry over to us today, and Good Luck!

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