Author: Dan Mason
Published: 11:03 13/05/2014
Be at the centre of the biggest game in football as Boylegames are offering a pair of tickets to the 2014 World Cup final on 13 May for one lucky customer in the month-long free prize draw, entry to which starts with a £20 wager on the free online games site's Football Star title.
To qualify and be in with a chance to claim a free trip to Brazil and tickets to the World Cup final, simply make a £20 wager - or currency equivalent - on Boylegames' Football Star game between the promotion period of 8 May until 8 June, earning one entry to the free prize draw.
Every £20 wager made on the same title between that period will earn another ticket to the draw, with no limitations as to the number of entries you can obtain.
Wager £20 to potentially win free tickets to the 2014 World Cup final.
The draw shall be made by Boylegames and a winner announced on 12 June 2014, the lucky victor claiming their prize of a week-long break for two to Brazil, plus a pair of tickets to the deciding World Cup encounter for International bragging rights.
The unmissable prize package consists of return economy flights from London Heathrow via Lisbon for two people between 10-17 July, accommodation at the beach front Copacabana Hotel, Rio, plus two category 3 tickets for the final at the Maracanã Stadium on Sunday 13th July.
The qualifying game in question is Football Star, a five-reel title offering 243 ways to win and a theme based around the World Cup to further add to this summer's footballing fever.
New customers can venture to Boylegames and also take advantage of a free games bonus of £50, earned by staking an identical total on slot games within the site.
Claim a £50 free games bonus with Boylegames.
Ireland's leading sports bookmakers offer an equally entertaining arcade, casino and table gaming experience to match this reputation with Boylegames, powered by a variety of top software providers.
All Boyle platforms have formed an excellent reputation within the UK, licensed and regulated by Alderney Gambling Control Commission.