Win two roundtrip flights to Ireland with IrishCentral in our latest Facebook contest
Get away for a couple of weeks or take the trip of a lifetime to your ancestral home
IrishCentral is giving you the chance to win two roundtrip tickets to Ireland!
Simply become a fan of IrishCentral’s Facebook page, answer one very simple question and fill in your details, and you could be in with a chance of winning two round-trip tickets to fly to Ireland. Enter the competition here!
Only one entry is allowed per email address but we’re giving you extra chances to win - if you share your entry once you’ve submitted your answer, you can ask your friends to enter also. Each friend that uses your link to enter gives you an extra entry in the draw! The contest closes on 07/01/13, giving you plenty of time to build up your entries and gain more chances to win.
Then we’ll pick one of the correct entries at random and one of our lucky readers will be on their way to enjoy a fun-filled vacation in Ireland, just like our last winner, Maureen Feeney Roser.
Feeney Roser and her friend Diane Doyle are already making plans to use the Aer Lingus flights to fly to Ireland this summer and enjoy the trip of a lifetime with family and friends.
If you want to be in with the chance to win two roundtrip tickets to Ireland, log on to Facebook and like IrishCentral.com’s page and answer one simple question to be entered in our draw.
Thank you to our readers for their continued support.
Read the terms and conditions of our competition here.
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