Get fabulous gifts with ST’s Golden Tickets

The top prizes are (from left) a MacBook Air, Airwheel S3 motorised scooter and iPad Mini.
The top prizes are (from left) a MacBook Air, Airwheel S3 motorised scooter and iPad Mini.PHOTOS: APPLE, SPH CIRCULATION

The Straits Times is giving away 170 prizes every day from tomorrow to Friday and the top prizes are a Mac- Book Air, Airwheel S3 motorised scooters and an iPad Mini.

The giveaways are part of activities to mark The Straits Times’ 170th anniversary.

Starting with the anniversary issue tomorrow, 170 golden tickets will be pasted randomly on copies of The Straits Times’ main section daily onthese three days.

The golden ticket is approximately of A4 size, and it opens to reveal the gift. Readers who find a ticket in their  copy of the newspapers should peel off the sticker-like ribbon to discover what prize they have won.

Instructions on how to collect it will also be there.

The top giveaway is an Airwheel S3 motorised scooter, valued at $1,980, one of which will be given away on each  of the three days.

From tomorrow to Friday, it is your lucky day if your copy of The Straits Times
contains this Golden Ticket. Each day, 170 prizes will be given away. Just peel
off the sticker-like ribbon to find out what you have won.

Other prizes include:

•A MacBookAir (11-inch 4GB) worth $1,180

•Two iPhone 6Plus (16GB) worth $1,148 each

•Two Airwheel Q5 electric unicycles worth $1,149 each

•An iPad Mini 3 (16GB) worth $548

•TwoOllie smartphone-controlled bots worth $169each

•Two Sphero 2.0 smartphone controlled balls worth $189 each

• 90 Buzz Convenience Store vouchers worth $50 each

Aside from these prizes, other 170th-anniversary giveaways included tickets to Taylor Swift and Christina   Perri’s concerts, as part of The Straits Times’ year-long Thank Youand ST170 treats for readers.

There is also a luxury holiday to the Maldives.

Last Saturday, The Straits Times treated readers to a free Singapore Symphony Orchestra performance at the Botanic Gardens.

This Friday, an 11-week exhibition, Singapore STories: Then. Now. Tomorrow, co-curated by The Straits Times and the ArtScience Museum,will open to the public.

It will stretch to Oct 4 and be open daily from 10amto7pm.

To celebrate the newspaper’s founding year, this year's STRun on Sept 27 will cover a novel 18.45km route that will take runners through the history of the paper via music and images.

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on July 14, 2015, with the headline 'Get fabulous gifts with ST’s Golden Tickets'. Subscribe