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Last Updated: 14/11/13 at 20:15

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Sky Bet Ticket Giveaway

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From November 15-18, there are still 24 games live across Sky Bet League 1 and League 2 and we've got thousands of tickets to give away so you can catch your local team in action.

Enter our Sky Bet Football League Big Ticket Giveaway competition and you could win a pair of tickets to watch your local club - plus if you get tickets to your chosen game, you could also win one of 10 signed shirts or footballs for a Football League team of your choice.

Tickets will need to be collected from each team's stadium on match day by the competition winner while the promotion is only open to those who are 18 or older. Closing date is midnight on Monday, November 12.

So what are you waiting for? Click HERE to enter our fabulous competition.

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