Today Show Holiday Competition

Nine Entertainment Competition- Participate in the Today Show Holiday Competition aka Today Show Family Holiday to Auckland Competition at page and you could win a Family Holiday to Auckland, New Zealand.


Today Show Holiday Competition

How to Participate: To participate Today Show Family Holiday Competition, candidates needs to visit online entry page and follow instruction to complete registration form including full name, contact number, email address and an answer to the question “why would you like to win? to receive entries.

Eligibility: The Competition is open only to legal residents of the Australia, who must be twenty-one (21) years of age or older at the time of entry.

Who’s Sponsor: The Nine Entertainment Competition is sponsored by Nine Entertainment Co. Pty Ltd ABN 59 122 205 065 of 1 Denison Street, North Sydney, NSW 2060.

Duration: The Today Show Holiday to Auckland Competition begins on June 01, 2023 at 5:30am AEST and ends on June 02, 2023 at 8:00am AEST.

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Today Show Auckland Competition Winner Drawing & Prizes:

(1) Grand Prize Winner:

  • Win a Family Holiday to Auckland, New Zealand including Return the works airfares, 3 nights accommodation for family, Rental car for 4 days, 2 adults and 2 children tickets return ferry to Waiheke Island, 4 tickets to Weta Workshop Unleashed, Family pass to All Blaks Experience, Family pass to Auckland Zoo, Family pass to Auckland Museum and Sky Tower Family Pack. Total Prize Value: Up to AUD$8,550.

Winner Drawing:

  • The Judging will take place by the Promoter on 02/06/23 and notified by phone and email address.

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1 thought on “Today Show Holiday Competition”

  1. We live in outback WA, we are looking after my impaired father and have young kids.
    We work to help our first Australians.
    My wife is a overworked and a underpaid nurse, we would love a getaway after the lockdowns and pandemic.
    Ps. never been that way.

    Regards the outback family.


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