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Win UEFA EURO 2020 finals tickets with WorldFirst
International payments company WorldFirst are celebrating their partnership with UEFA EURO 2020 with 5 pairs of tickets for the final at Wembley up for grabs, along with a host of other great prizes.
Not only are WorldFirst making international business payments simple, they are also making it easier to access one of the biggest events in international football, and they are inviting Tamebay members to get in on the fun!
If that’s not enough, correctly guess the top goal scorer for the group stages, along with the total goals scored during the group stages and you’ll be entered into a special prize draw. Find out more about the prize draw and Covid related considerations here.
WorldFirst UEFA EURO 2020 prize draws
Only one entry per person. See full FAQs for more information.
Prize draw 1 – June 11
Enter before June 10, 23:59 BST to be entered into prize draw 1 and prize draw 2.
Prize draw 2 – June 23
Enter before June 23, 23:59 BST to be entered into prize draw 2 only.
Bonus prize draw 3 – June 23
Correctly guess the top goal scorer for the group stages, along with the total goals scored during the group stages to be entered into our special bonus draw. Enter before June 10 to be in with a chance of winning. This runs alongside prize draw 1 and prize draw 2.
Every ticket winner receives two tickets to the final of UEFA EURO 2020. All you need do is enter here, win, and then get yourself to Wembley and find your seats!
Super Jack Grealish, stop the heartache
PLEASE PICK MEEE
THANKS FOR THE GENEROSITY
HOPE TO SEE YOU WITH MY SON
Pick me please I have had a really rubbish time lately I lost my grandma a couple of months ago
Will give it ago thank you
Please pick me followed england for 40 years .never seen a manager final .would love to see one at Wembley
Sorry to inform you but it will be Groundhog day as per last 40 years.
England qualify through group as they play a load of Sunday league teams. England wimper out in knockout stages to a team who can actually kick a ball. Same old. Same old.