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Win! Tickets to see U2 Live in Concert at the FNB Stadium, Johannesburg 13.02.2011


Win U2 Concert Tickets

U2 is undoubtedly one of the hottest rock bands in existence, they perform to sold out concerts across the globe, boast 3 decades of bestselling albums, active humanitarians and have been around for hundreds of years. Shakespeare, who never actually went to a U2 concert (but almost did once) commented “You too would do well to see U2, but alas, it is not to be.” So if the grandfather of poetry, music and dramatical theatre (oh, and all that is poncey) gives U2 the thumbs up, then you know they must be quite the spectacle.

This is going to possibly be the biggest event of 2011 (in South Africa) and has the tickets – 3 pairs in fact – and we’re giving them away!

So how do I win?

Well, it’s simply really, all you would need to do is follow 2 basics steps:

1) Head over to Facebook and become a fan of by clicking the “Like” button on the top right.

2) Place an order on between now and 03/02/2011 AND make a mention in the order notes something like “Gimme them U2 concert tickets!” or submit your order number using this form.

Winners will be chosen at random and notified via email shortly after the 3rd of Feb 2011.

Terms and conditions

  • Competition/giveaway ends on the 03/02/2011.
  • All SA customers will be considered. But please note that we are only giving away the tickets – travel arrangements to Johannesburg and all other costs are not included.
  • Tickets are non-refundable and cannot be exchanged for cash or resold.

About Author

Lover of gadgets, men's culture, cool stuff, Earl Grey tea and all things manly. An optimist in his prime. When he's not keeping the wheels turning at Mantality HQ you'll find him trawling the web, and visiting trade shows to find the newest and coolest gadgets. During his down time he's usually with his 2 dogs, on the golf course, cycling or basking in the literary company of Oscar Wilde, Bret Easton Ellis or Martin Amis whilst drinking espresso strong enough to strip paint.

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