This Weekend, Win Free Cricket World Cup Tickets For You And Your Kids From LG

This Weekend, Win Free Cricket World Cup Tickets For You And Your Kids From LG

As part of its sponsorship of the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup, LG has some goodies to share around. They’re giving you — your kids, specifically — a chance to walk out onto the field with cricketers for the national anthem. Oh, and a couple of tickets to a match as well.

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The LG Anthem Kids comp has been running for a little while now, but it’s coming to a close this Monday, so if you have a kid, enter them and if they win you’ll get a ticket for yourself as well. Not a bad bonus, right?

Anthem Kids is happening across all the matches played in Australia — Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Hobart, Melbourne, Perth, and Sydney — but since it’s a lucky dip you might end up at the final if you’re really lucky (at least if you’re in Melbourne, where the final will be at the MCG). Winning a prize gets your kid out there alongside a cricketer for the singing of the national anthem, as well as a ticket for yourself and your son or daughter to stick around and actually watch the match.

More than a billion people around the globe are expected to watch the World Cup this year, so LG’s sponsorship lands it in front of a lot of eyeballs. Aussie opening batsman David Warner is a big ambassador for LG, both for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 and more generally — he actually owns one of LG’s Ultra HD TVs.

There are a few rules to the competition — your kids have to be between 5 and 8, you’ve got to get to the cricket in your selected location yourself, and you’ll have to be ready for a rehearsal before the match itself. (The full terms and conditions are available on LG’s Anthem Kids website.) That said, if you’re not already going to the cricket, it seems like a pretty no-fuss way to potentially get yourself a ticket each for you and your darling child.