Win exclusive tickets to see badminton championships

Christopher and Matthew Grimley, who are a young Glasgow based badminton pairs team
Christopher and Matthew Grimley, who are a young Glasgow based badminton pairs team

Win exclusive tickets for a badminton weekend to remember with The Extra at the Scottish Open Grand Prix.

Did you miss out on the early bird discounts on tickets for the Scottish Open Grand Prix? Don’t worry. Here’s a second, exciting chance to be a winner at Glasgow’s Emirates Arena.

BADMINTON Scotland are offering five lucky readers and their guest the chance to be at the Emirates throughout all five days of the Championships.

The prize will offer the chance to see some of the best players in the world from November 23-27 for the Scottish Open, with a total of 296 players from 34 nations having entered this year’s tournament.

The opportunity to play in the official test event for next August’s World Championships has produced a large entry with players travelling from as far away as China, Malaysia, Australia, India, the USA and Mexico.

BADMINTONscotland Chief Executive Anne Smillie said: “I am excited at the international entry particularly as it is a long time since we attracted so many players from China.

“Our fans are guaranteed some high-quality badminton as we use this year’s Scottish Open to test our systems for next year’s World Championships.

“We are looking forward to an extra special Scottish Open this year and I am certain our competition winners are in for a great week at the Championships.”

All you have to do to win is answer this question. Which venue will host the Scottish Open Grand Prix in 2016?

Answers on a postcard or sealed down envelope along with name, address, postcode and daytime phone number to Badminton Competition, The Extra, 100 Brand Street, Glasgow. G51 1DG. Entries can also be left on our Facebook page.

The winners will be chosen at random from the entries received. Entries close at midnight on Thursday, November 10.

Standard competition terms & conditions apply.