Are you a Southampton fanatic and bursting for an opportunity to support your local team? Well here's your chance!
It's Christmas and to celebrate the festive season and their sponsorship of the Football League, npower are giving away Southampton signed merchandise. This is a 'money can't buy' prize which isn't to be missed!
npower are offering you one last chance to save on your energy as they are rewarding fans for switching their gas and electricity supply to npower and paying by direct debit.
For 'real fans' npower has launched Football Saver* for new customers - it's guaranteed 7% cheaper than standard rates until 31st December 2011 plus you will automatically be placed into a special prize draw where you could win a £45 voucher to spend at your local Football League club shop, courtesy of npower, say for example towards a new shirt for the season.
To take advantage of the offer call 0800 975 6613** quoting N570P, offer closes 30th January 2011.
npower are all about giving not only to the fans but to the local community too. As the new title sponsor of The Football League Kids Cup, they fully support the annual six-a-side competition with teams of Under-11s and Under-13 girls played in towns and cities throughout the country, culminating in finals played at Wembley Stadium before the end of season npower Play-Off Finals.
If you would like to be in with a chance of winning a signed Southampton shirt and ball, simply answer the following question:
Which reindeer has a song about his red nose?
Send an e-mail (subject should be 'Southampton comp') with your answer, name, address and telephone number to firstname.lastname@example.org.Closing date for entries is Friday 24th December.
Terms and conditions: *Residential customers only. Offer and vouchers subject to availability. Terms, conditions and exclusions apply visit www.npower.com/shirtoffer or call 0800 975 6613
** Calls may be recorded and monitored for training and security purposes.
To view all the competition terms and conditions visit http://www.npower.com/footballcricketterms