Sold Out NFL London Tickets on eBay to support the Prince’s Trust

By Chris Dawson October 19, 2018 - 2:49 pm

eBay UK are auctioning two exclusive tickets to the sold out Jaguars vs Eagles game on 28th October as well as a meet and greet with commentator Vernon Kay, all to benefit the Prince’s Trust. You can bid on the sold out NFL London Tickets on eBay with a starting price of £500.

Fans of America’s Game can head to the online marketplace until the evening of 22nd October to bid on the chance to support London’s home team, the Jaguars, with all proceeds from the NFL London Tickets on eBay on offer going to the Prince’s Trust’s Enterprise programme, which supports young entrepreneurs. The face-off is the most in demand NFL London game this season, so winners can anticipate a touchdown-worthy spectacle, all in support of a good cause.

“I am so excited to welcome the winners of this brilliant prize to Jaguars game. I hope the eBay auction raises lots of money and awareness for The Prince’s Trust who provides young people with the confidence and skills to live, learn and earn.”
– Vernon Kay, Commentator

This exclusive prize is the latest in eBay’s partnership with the Trust including previous celebrity experiences with Philip Schofield, Emma Willis and Tim Henman. The online marketplace also just launched the Tomorrow’s Store, featuring unique gifts created by 18-30-year-old young entrepreneurs who launched their business with The Prince’s Trust.

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