The World Cup Travel Discounts & Giveaways
Don’t you just love the World Cup? Every four years the world unites to watch the world game and this year so far has been one of the best!
Welcome To Travel founders Adam and Darryl, bloody love football, so much so that the first time they went travelling was to watch England play in the World Cup in 2010.
Now they want to give something to you to make the World Cup a little bit more interesting for you.
A massive opportunity to get a FREE or MASSIVE SAVING on The 8-Day tour of Melbourne, Australia.
Welcome To Travel: Melbourne, the best start to travel Australia and explore Melbourne. Perfect for backpacking and gap year travellers:
How It Works
Your country WINS the World Cup and you’re the only supporter for that country who signed up to this competition you get it for FREE!
Your country WINS the World Cup you will get 50% off the tour price.
You will pay $449 instead of $899.
Your country gets to the FINAL of the World Cup you will get 25% off the tour price.
You will pay $675 instead of $899.
Your country gets to the semi final of the World Cup you will get 15% off the tour price.
How To Enter
You need to enter before the first quarter finals game on the 7th July 2018.
So, if your country wins the World Cup, not only do you get bragging rights for four years you may possibly get a FREE 8-day tour around Melbourne, Australia. The perfect start to your backpacking adventure.
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