Here's How You Can Win Tickets To The AFF Suzuki Cup 2018 Finals And Other Cool Prizes
With Harimau Malaysia jerseys, cash vouchers, and football tickets up for grabs!
Are you a fan of the beautiful game?
Then you won't want to miss the AFF Suzuki Cup 2018, kicking off on 8 November 2018 with Malaysia going up against Cambodia. The AFF Suzuki Cup takes place once every two years, featuring teams from Southeast Asia. The last time Harimau Malaysia brought home the trophy was in 2010, and we're excited to see them shine this year!
There's nothing that beats watching football live, which is why 100PLUS is giving away free tickets to the semi-finals and finals of the AFF Suzuki Cup 2018
From now until 30 November 2018, you could win free tickets to watch the AFF Suzuki Cup live, with 10 pairs of finals tickets and 200 pairs of semi-finals tickets up for grabs. There will also be weekly prizes like cash vouchers and exclusive Harimau Malaysia jerseys to be won.
1. Buy a bottle of 100PLUS or 100PLUS ACTIVE
Head over to your nearest retail outlet to buy a bottle of 100PLUS or 100PLUS ACTIVE, and look for the unique code under the bottle cap.
2. Send your unique 8-digit code through WhatsApp
Once you've found your code, WhatsApp it to this number (017-282 3155), with this format: 100PLUSACTIVE#NAME#IC#CODE
What's more, if you buy from 7-Eleven or PETRONAS and include the tax invoice number, you'll be entitled to two entries! That means you get twice the chance to win when you submit this: 100PLUSACTIVE#NAME#IC#CODE#TAXINVOICE
3. Stay tuned to the website for winner announcements
There are a host of awesome prizes to be won, so make sure you don't miss out:
Just last week, 100PLUS was named the Official Hydration Partner of Southeast Asia's most-watched football tournament
This is the first time for 100PLUS to be the official regional supporter for AFF Suzuki Cup, and it fits with the brand's mission of promoting a healthy lifestyle across communities in Southeast Asia.
For more information on how to join the contest, head over to their website today