Venice Simplon-Orient-Express competition
Fund your account this spring, and you could win a trip to treasure. We're giving away two tickets to travel overnight aboard one of the most famous and fabled trains in history: the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express.
You’ll be travelling the ‘classic’ route from London to Venice, or vice versa (whichever you prefer). That means you’ll definitely need to pack your camera – the views are breathtaking, whether it’s the pretty French farmland or the snow-capped Swiss peaks.
But the real magic of the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express lies inside the carriage. You’ll be travelling not just across Europe, but back in time – back to an era of polished-wood private cabins, Art Deco detailing and sipping cocktails in the bar car while the resident pianist plays familiar tunes.
These tickets are worth £4,900 – and we’ll throw in £2,000 spending money on top to bankroll your adventures in Venice. So don’t miss the chance to enter this truly first-class competition.
How to enter
To enter this competition, you need to fund your AJ Bell Youinvest ISA, Lifetime ISA or Junior ISA with £4,000 or more. And you need to do it during the offer period, which runs from 22 February to 12 April 2019.
If you've got one of the above ISAs with another provider – worth £4,000 or more – you can also enter this competition by transferring it to us. And if you're transferring in a Stocks and Shares ISA worth over £20,000, we'll pay you up to £500 to cover your transfer costs, too.
The more of the above ISAs you fund, the more entries you can have into the competition – increasing your chances of winning.
Once you’ve funded your accounts(s), just complete the form below to enter the competition. Terms and conditions apply.
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