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If you missed your shot at all six nights of Coldplay’s concert in Singapore, here’s another infinitesimal chance at it.
Singapore influencers Titus Low and Cheryl Chin are giving out a pair of standing tickets worth S$348.
The tickets are valid for the night of Jan. 31, 2024.
It’s their “first couple giveaway”, 22-year-old Cheryl said, adding that they wanted to share the experience since they were both huge fans of Coldplay.
Titus told Babelfish that they camped on eight devices before the launch, and he managed to get tickets for themselves while Cheryl snagged the tickets that they planned on giving away.
To take part, one will have to do their share of following, tagging, commenting and reposting.
Multiple entries are allowed, and the post, uploaded about 1.5 days ago, currently has close to 800 comments.
To prevent resellers, winners will have to pick up the tickets from Titus and Cheryl on the day of the concert itself.
The giveaway will run for about a week, till June 27.
“Since there are lots of entries, we wanted to randomly pick the winner,” Titus reveals.
Elaborating on why you’d like to win would be a bonus.
“Cheryl’s birthday was on June 18, and she had already planned to do eight days of giveaways, but I wanted to be a part of it and join her so we decided to bring this one in to be able to give back to our followers and community.”
Top image via Titus, Cheryl, and Coldplay’s Instagram page
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