[CONTEST] Win Passes To Party With OneRepublic In Malaysia

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[CONTEST] Win Passes To Party With OneRepublic In Malaysia
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It's your chance to live the 'Good Life', guys!

Earlier this month, American band OneRepublic announced that they will be stopping by Malaysia as part of their 'Oh My My!' World Tour.

The concert, organised by local events group WGW Entertainment, will take place on 25 April at Stadium Merdeka.

This is the second time the band, led by lead vocalist Ryan Tedder, will be performing in Malaysia, having last performed here back in 2013.

Tickets for the concert start from RM178 (Category 4) all the way up to RM668 (VIP).

If you haven't purchase them already, tickets are still available for sale at Ticketcharge, but be warned; it's selling out fast. Click here to purchase your tickets.

But thanks to our friends at WGW Entertainment, we are giving you a chance to win some:
- One pair (two tickets) of Rock Zone passes (worth RM578 each)

- One pair (two tickets) of Category 2 passes (worth RM378 each)

To stand a chance to win these passes, all you have to do is to answer two simple questions and complete the slogan below as creatively as possible: 

Enter security code:
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Winners will be notified via e-mail on 23 April. Remember to check the Spam folder, okay?
Terms and Conditions:
- Closing date: 22 April 2018.
- This contest is open to residents of Malaysia only.
- The judges’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entertained. The publisher reserves the right to replace the prizes published here with other prizes of equivalent value and the redemption of said prizes are up to the publisher's discretion.
- Winners will be notified via email/mail/phone.
- Details provided will become the property of MEASAT Broadcast Network Systems Sdn Bhd and may be used for future marketing purposes.

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