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Win amazing prizes in taxi competition

Sussex students have the chance of winning great prizes, including a MacBook Pro, thanks to Brighton and Hove Radio Cabs and City Cabs Brighton.

To be automatically be entered into a prize draw to win some amazing prizes, students should download the 'Brighton & Hove Radio Cabs' app and the 'Southern Brighton Taxi' app through the App Store or Google Play and register using their University email address.

First prize for the competition is an Apple 13" MacBook Pro, with a second prize of an Apple iPad 9.7" 128GB also up for grabs!

Runners-up also have the chance of winning a set of Beats by Dr Dre Solo 3 Wireless Bluetooth Headphones.

The draw closes on October 10, with winners announced on October 13.

Both City Cabs Brighton and Brighton and Hove Radio Cabs offer a 10% discount with a valid student card.

 

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