Dunlop ball promotion sends fans to ATP and Next Gen Finals

by: Jon Levey | April 12, 2019

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Dunlop is giving consumers serious incentive to start playing with its new ATP ball. While supplies last, any Dunlop ATP product with the Play The Game sticker on the lid will have a leaflet inside with a unique code. Purchasers can then enter the code at the play.dunlopsports.com promotion website to try to win one of three prizes:

1st Prize (2 winners) = All expenses trip for two to the 2019 Nitto ATP Finals in London, England including VIP tickets to the tennis, flights and four nights at a 4-star hotel.

2nd Prize (3 winners) = All expenses trip for two to the 2019 Next Gen ATP Finals in Milan, Italy including VIP tickets to the tennis, flights and four nights at a 4-star hotel.

3rd Prize (2000 winners) = Pack of four cans of Dunlop ATP Extra Duty tennis balls.

If a code does not immediately win a prize, entrants will be offered a chance to enter a final sweepstake to win a pair of VIP tickets to the ATP Finals in London, including flights and accommodations. 

“As the No.1 Ball on Tour we wanted to create a unique promotion that gives tennis players the ability to experience our new ATP ball line with the chance to win some incredible prizes,” said Kai Nitsche, V.P. and General Manager for Dunlop Sports. “It doesn’t get any better than getting to travel to see the world’s top players compete, so we expect to see a lot of fans excited about this promotion."

Fans can also enter without purchase by requesting a code at the promotion website. This is limited to one entry per person. The promotion went live on April 5, and will run until August 31. 

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