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Win a Jeep Compass in our new online footy tipping challenge

WINNING TIP: Gary Crick sales consultant Tom Phelan with the Jeep Compass.
WINNING TIP: Gary Crick sales consultant Tom Phelan with the Jeep Compass. Geoff Potter

ARE you the Sunshine Coast's top footy tipster?

Well how would like to win bragging rights and a shiny winner's trophy after a successful season of picking winners.

And what about the chance of taking home a new Jeep Compass worth almost $30,000? The Jeep Compass is seen here, as modelled by the folks at Cricks Noosa.

With the 2013 NRL season less than two weeks away, the Sunshine Coast Daily is celebrating the launch of the Queensland Jeep Dealers NRL Footy Tipping Competition.

To be in the running, you just have to tip the sides you believe will win every week before each game to accumulate points.

The winner will be judged on their score at the end of the season.

If you take home the car, and you're a Daily subscriber, you will also win a bonus $500 petrol voucher to keep your shiny new Jeep Compass on the road.

During the 26-week long season, tippers have access to results and team performances, competition activity, while they can even build their own "fantasy teams".

How to register:

1. Go to sunshinecoastdaily.com.au/footytipping.

2. Fill out the registration form.

3. Pick your tips for round one.

One Jeep Compass Sport 2.0L five-speed manual 2WD, valued at $29,590 will be given away across APN ARM's participating titles.

Terms and conditions available online at sunshinecoastdaily.com.au/footytipping2013 or at Daily's front counter.

The competition closes on September 8.

Topics:  footy tipping, jeep, sunshine coast daily




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