Get lucky with Hisense to be in with a chance of winning UEFA EURO 2020 final tickets, Hisense TV’s and more! Purchase a qualifying Hisense product from participating retailers between the 28th of March 2021 and 29th of June 2021 and submit your entry within the claim period for a chance to win amazing prizes, enter no later than 26th June.
Be in with the chance of winning 1 in 10 pairs of tickets to the final of the UEFA EURO 2020 cup, with an exclusive 5-star hotel stay in London, in accordance with government guidelines. With additional prizes from Hisense ranging from 100 55” U7QF QLEDS TVs to watch each game in stunning 4K resolution, 50 Hisense HS214 Soundbars so you never miss a cheer, 10 RQ758N4SWI1 PureFlat fridge freezers to keep your drinks cool for game time and finally 50 UEFA Replica Training balls up for grabs.
This amazing promotion is available from a wide range of participating retailers, including AO.com, Argos, Currys, John Lewis, and Amazon. Hisense’s fantastic prize draw offers are available on purchases across its portfolio, even including the new 2021 range. With a wide range of products from its Laser TV, the new 2021 TV’s including the flagship U9GQ, and the stunning A7GQ and A9G models.
Visit here to view all qualifying products.
Arun Bhatoye, Head of Marketing at Hisense UK said, “At Hisense, we’re always looking to deliver more value for our customers. We’re delighted to announce this fantastic range of promotions, which ensure that our customers are getting even more when buying a broad range of Hisense products. As a sponsor of Euro 2020, we are particularly excited to give fans the opportunity to attend the UEFA Euro 2020 Final with a money can’t buy experience.”
With this amazing selection of prizes to be won plus the guarantee of Hisense’s Lucky Chip integrated into new appliances to ensure luck to your home nation, you are certain of a win. Hisense will be following UEFA EURO 2020, making sure you never miss a goal.
This year, while UEFA EURO 2020 will be hosted by 11 cities in countries such as Italy, Holland and Germany. The final itself will take place at the world-renowned Wembley stadium in London, the last time the final was held in England was 1996. This is the first time in the history of UEFA EURO competition that the competition had being held in several countries at once. Hisense have an official fixtures schedule to help you keep track of matches which can be downloaded or saved below.