Win a Trip to Florida; One Lucky Reader Will Win a Seven-Day Family Holiday and Experience the Glory of Back to the Future on a Fantastic Sensurround Adventure

The Mirror (London, England), December 6, 2002 | Go to article overview

Win a Trip to Florida; One Lucky Reader Will Win a Seven-Day Family Holiday and Experience the Glory of Back to the Future on a Fantastic Sensurround Adventure


It's an out of this world prize to celebrate an out of this world video - a brilliant family holiday in Florida, where you can experience Back To The Future: The Ride, a sensurround adventure at Universal Studios that brings the blockbuster to life.

Yes, The Ticket has teamed up with Universal Orlando Resort and Universal Pictures Video to bring you this McFly prize to celebrate the release of the Back To The Future DVD trilogy this week.

We are offering a family of four the chance to win return flights to Orlando - that's two adults and two children - for seven nights' accommodation at a four-star hotel (on a family room only basis). The prize also includes tickets to Universal Studios and Universal's Islands Of Adventure, including VIP tours for one day which gives you a personal guide and the chance to skip the queues. You will also get seven nights' car hire.

Five runners-up will each win a copy of the Back To The Future DVD trilogy RRP (pounds 34.99), a T-shirt and a poster signed by the film's writer, Bob Gale.

The new DVDs of the hit movies, which star Michael J Fox as time-travelling teenager Marty McFly, contain a host of new features, commentaries and added extras. …

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