Netflix have teamed up with Comic Relief for your chance to win tickets to next year’s Eurovision Song Contest!
To enter the competition you just need to donate a minimum of £5, which will go to the Comic Relief and Sink the Pink charities. The price includes two tickets to the Grand Final on 22nd May, aswell as hotel accommodation and flights from the UK.
You can enter the competition by visiting the Comic Relief page which you can access by clicking here.
Entries cost £5 and the competition closes on 26th July. All proceeds go to Comic Relief.
The prize has been made possible by Netflix and coincides with the launch of the Eurovision film Eurovision:Fire Sage which is due to be released this Friday (26th June).
The winner must be over the age of 18 and a resident of Great Britain (for the avoidance of doubt, excluding Northern Ireland).
The winner will be notified on the 27th July 2020. If a winner does not respond and accept the prize within 2 days of being notified then the winner’s prize will be forfeited and another winner will be randomly select another winner.
Where will my £5 donation go?
The £5 donation will go to both Comic Relief and Sink the pink charities.
The Sink The Pink Website says:
Sink The Pink is the largest and fastest growing LGBTQ+ collective and live performance act to come out of the UK. Continuously challenging the status quo around modern day entertainment culture. Founded in 2008, Sink The Pink began as a response to “too many bland and non-inclusive nights out”. Growing from humble beginnings in a working mens club in East London, Sink The Pink now tours the world with their legendary parties and performances. Their dedication to freedom of self expression, creativity, diversity and fun has attracted communities and audiences from across the world.
The Comic Relief website says:
Comic Relief raises money to support people living incredibly tough lives. Through humour and stories of hope, we’ve shown that people can make a massive difference. We fund hundreds of amazing organisations who are working on the ground to support the most vulnerable people and communities in society including many of those hardest hit by the coronavirus crisis. This includes vulnerable children and young people, people who are homeless or living in extreme poverty, women and families at risk of domestic abuse and those struggling with existing or new mental health problems.
We wish the very best of luck for everyone entering