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Still Time To Make Their Day

Evertonians can nominate fellow fans for surprise of a lifetime.

Still Time To Make Their Day
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There’s still time for Evertonians to give a friend a special day to remember by nominating them to receive the biggest surprise of their lives.

The Club are offering supporters the chance to reward their fellow deserving Blues fans with the ultimate gift - a 2013/14 Season Ticket hand delivered by a first team player.

So if you know a die-hard Evertonian who needs a special treat, now is your chance to ‘Make Their Day’.

Everton legend Graeme Sharp has received many entries already for the exclusive competition and will select the most deserving winner each week for the next five weeks.

To nominate a supporter, simply visit evertonfc.com/maketheirday to complete the nomination form.

Season Tickets for the 2013/14 campaign are now on sale with the Early Bird window open until midnight on Friday 19 April.  Prices start from £427 for adults, £149 for juniors and all kids under 11 just £95.

There are excellent Early Bird offers for current Season Ticket holders who can enjoy 25 per cent discount, while the Early Bird period also offers up to a 20 per cent reduction for new Season Ticket holders.

Season Tickets are on sale online at evertonfc.com/eticketing, by calling 0871 663 1878 or by visiting Park End box office or the Everton Two store.

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