89.7 Bay is giving you the chance to live like a VIP for a day and be among the first to watch the new Fifty Shades film in Malta.
We’ve teamed up with the Eden Cinemas to give you the chance to win a luxury day of pampering with Daniel and Ylenia from Bay Breakfast.
The Fifty Shades Freed premiere at Eden Cinemas in St Julian’s is happening on February 9 – and it’s set to be the steamiest film of the year
In true, Fifty Shades style, 89.7 Bay is giving you and a friend the chance to win an ultimate VIP experience.
What can I win?
This includes a Carisma Spa treatment before the movie, a drive in an Audi with Daniel and Ylenia, and drop off at the premiere on the red carpet, free entrance to the movie and a night at the Holiday Inn Express.
The premiere will be full of fun surprises including a welcome drink, gifts, live entertainment and more. Doors open at 7.45pm for a pre movie event, followed by the 9pm and 9.15pm movie.
There’s also the Fifty Shades Freed Happy Hour from 23.30 just next door to Eden Cinemas, at Waterbiscuit.
How can I win?
The competition will run on 89.7 Bay between January 25 and February 5.
Tune in to Bay Breakfast with Daniel and Ylenia to find out how you can win.
If you miss the chance of winning the competition, tickets for the premiere can be bought from Eden Cinemas.com.mt.
What do I need to know about the film?
The concluding chapter of the worldwide phenomenon, ‘Fifty Shades Freed’ sees Ana and Christian finally get married. But although their life seems perfect, nothing is ever that simple.
Everything that belongs to Christian is now Ana’s as well. Fabulous wealth, beautiful houses and even a private jet are now hers. But unfortunately, Christian still has his fair share of demons – and those are Ana’s to deal with as well after their marriage.
Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan turn down the lights one last time in ‘Fifty Shades Freed’. Mrs. Grey will see you now.
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