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The Fed and Panini are running a new competition where 5 lucky members can win up to £200 towards their next matchday!

How to enter the competition:

1. Order and promote Panini’s Premier League stickers, Women’s Super League stickers and/or Premier League Plus collection in your store.

These items are sure to be popular with readers and sales will increase. Contact your news wholesaler to order more.

2. Fill in the entry form sharing your plans and ideas of your initiatives in action. Add photos of your display of the products to increase your chances of winning. Your name will be entered into a prize draw.

3. You can also call our Contact Centre for suggestions or feedback on your ideas at 0207 017 8880.




What you need to know

The winner will be required to purchase by themselves, a pair of football tickets of their choice.

Send the receipt to the Fed and a maximum of £200 will be refunded to the winner.

The closing date is March 31, 2024. Terms and conditions apply.

* Tickets are subject to availability and the purchasing rules of each individual football club, the Fed accepts no responsibility if winners are unable to source tickets for their preferred team

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