A chance to win a special trip to the Ice Hockey World Championships in Ostrava at Finlandia Casino
Finlandia Casino gives to all players a chance to win a special trip to the Ice Hockey World Championships in Ostrava, Czech Republic!
As you probably know, Finland goes crazy on ice hockey once every year. This year the Ice Hockey World Championships is hosted by Czech Republic. Finland starts playing in Group B in Ostrava. The hotels in Ostrava are already fully booked as you can imagine.
This March, Finlandia Casino starts an Ice Hockey themed campaign lasting the whole spring of 2015 till the very end of may. There is a special monthly campaign awarding raffle tickets to depositing players.
The grand prize is the special package for two the Ice Hockey Championships from 1st to 6th May.
The package includes for example flights Helsinki-Ostrava-Helsinki, hotel, tickets to all games and 500 € spending money. Package is worth about 3 000 euros. Other prizes includes 100 Starbust free spins to ten lucky players. All winners also get a Finlandia Casino t-shirt.
Because of this ”hockey-mania”, there are thousands of people in Finland eager to go to see the national team playing live in the Championships. Finlandia Casino’s ice hockey campaign gives a superb opportunity to fulfill the dream: players get one raffle ticket for every 20 € they deposit in March.
The winners are picked the 3rd of April. But the ice hockey campaign doesn’t stop there: in April there is for example a home theatre system to be won, just to make the home studio perfect and ready for the Championships.
- March: VIP package for two persons (value 3 000 €) to Ice Hockey World Championships in Ostrava, Czech Republic. Campaign supported with TV and Display marketing
- April: home theater system (voucher value 1 000 €). Campaign supported with TV and Display marketing.
May: Ice Hockey World Championships promotions, details are given later. Campaign supperted with TV and Display marketing
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