Win a Burnley Ticket with The Stacey West

It’s the match everyone wants to be at, the ticket that you’ve all wanted to find in your Valentine’s cards. Burnley v Lincoln City in the FA Cup 5th Round, and with the help of The Stacey West, you might just be there in person.

As you may be aware tickets go on general sale tomorrow, and with just 500 left available it promises to be a scramble to get your hands on those last few tickets.

However, your favourite Imps blog has managed to secure one of these cherished tickets, and will be giving it away FOR FREE on Thursday evening: That’s right, you could be going to our first Fifth Round clash for 130 years!

All you have to do is like and share any post on social media from the site to enter the grand draw. By ‘grand’, I mean ‘automated through some software or something’, but its essentially the same thing. Just like and share any post from the site between now and 5pm Thursday, and you could be at the big game.

Even better, why not like and share every post?

To increase your chances anyone who subscribes to the blog using the button on the right will also be thrown in the hat! There’s more than one way to enter, but there is only one prize!

So what are you waiting for? Get online, share this article and wait for the next one to come out – then like and share that too! Imagine, it could be you sat on wooden seats in the cold and rain in Burnley this Saturday. Where else would you rather be?

3 Comments

  1. We beat 2 decent teams from the Championship, so it’s not impossible for us to beat an average side in the Prem. Come on Imps!!!

  2. I hope there’s a genuine reason for sale and you haven’t purchased an extra ticket to promote your blog. I’ve seen lots of businesses doing just that and it’s caused genuine imps to miss out.

    • That’s a fairly hurtful thing to suggest. Yes, there is a genuine reason that I have acquired a ticket. I could have sold it, but I chose to give a reader of my blog (and by being one I assume a City fan) the opportunity to go for free.

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