Win Checkatrade Trophy tickets for Blackpool and Fleetwood Town
Blackpool and Fleetwood Town are at home for their opening group match in the Checkatrade Trophy and we have tickets to be won for both games.
Blackpool begin their campaign at home to League One rivals Wigan on Tuesday, August 29 and Fleetwood are in action on the same night at home to Leicester Under-21s.
The Gazette has teamed up with Checkatrade, official title sponsor of the Checkatrade Trophy, to offer six lucky fans the chance to win tickets for either match.
It’s an early opportunity for the Seasiders to avenge their Carabao Cup defeat by Wigan this month, while Fleetwood will be put to the test against the upcoming stars of former Premier League champions Leicester City’s development squad.
It’s also a chance for both clubs to make a positive start on the Wembley trail.
We have 12 tickets to give away for each match, meaning our six winners will each receive four tickets for the game of their choice.
To enter simply answer the following question:
Which club won the Checkatrade Trophy last season?
Email your answer, along with your name, full address and a daytime telephone number to [email protected]
Also state on your email whether you would like tickets for the Blackpool or Fleetwood match if you are a winner.
Entries must reach us by 5pm next Monday, August 21.
This competition is also running on our website at www.blackpoolgazette.co.uk/sport, where full terms and conditions can be found.
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Terms & Conditions
The package does not include travel to or from the ground or any hospitality at the ground
Entrants are reminded that tickets are issued subject to Blackpool/Fleetwood Town’s regulations and the conditions of entry relevant to those tickets.
The prize tickets are among home supporters. Any away supporters found in home areas may be ejected from the ground either for the purposes of their own safety or for any other reason.