The Scottish FA is saying thank you to National Lottery players through an exclusive competition, with the chance to attend the 2019 William Hill Scottish Cup latter stages at Hampden Park.
There will be six winners who have the opportunity to win tickets for either a semi-final clash at Hampden or the final.
Two lucky winners will each win a pair of tickets to this season’s showpiece event, with two winners receiving a pair of tickets to one of the 2019 semi-finals at the home of Scottish football and another two lucky people will win tickets to the other semi-final.
The competition comes as part of a nationwide initiative, with hundreds of National Lottery funded projects saying thank you to the people that have supported them by playing the National Lottery.
To be in with a chance of winning, simply enter via the @ScottishCup Twitter account, answering the question, using the hastag #ThanksToYou and posting a picture of your lottery ticket from this week.
The competition closes on Sunday, 9 December at 10pm with the winners to be contacted following the closing date.
Terms and Conditions
Each entrant has the chance to win one of a pair of tickets to the 2019 William Hill Scottish Cup Final, a pair of tickets to the first William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final, or a pair of tickets to the second William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final.
All entrants must follow the @ScottishCup account on Twitter so the winners can be contacted.
The Scottish FA cannot guarantee within which team’s allocation the tickets will be located.
The prize does not include travel or accommodation expenses.
All tickets remain subject to their terms of issue and ticket holders must comply with any stadium ground rules. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.
The decision of the Scottish FA is final. The Scottish FA reserves the right to refuse entry to, or refuse to award the offer to anyone in breach of these terms.
This competition is governed by Scots Law. The promoter is the Scottish FA, Hampden Park, Glasgow, G42 9BA.
All National Lottery games qualify participants to enter the competition (including both National Lottery draw-based games and National Lottery Scratchcards).
The promoter is the Scottish FA.