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        • Win a 3-Night Cruise for 2 persons on the SuperStar Virgo worth $2,850
        • Contest period is from 01 Jan 2014 to 31 Jan 2014
    • Prize:
      1 winner will walk away with a pair of 3-Night Penang/Phuket Cruise or Phuket/Langkawi Cruise (Sun) onboard SuperStar Virgo Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony (BC) and $200 Dining Credit. Total worth SGD $2,850.

      Terms and conditions:

      1. Applicable Sailing Period: 9 FEB – 23 MAR 2014 & 23 NOV – 14 DEC 2014.
      2. Tickets are non-transferable.
      3. $127 Port Taxes Per Person ($100 Passenger Handling Charges & $27 Fuel Surcharge) is applicable.
      4. Participants must be 18 years old and above
      5. Contest is open to all Singaporeans & Singapore Residents
      6. Multiple submissions by a single participant will be considered as 1 submission.
      7. Other terms and conditions apply.

    • Prizes sponsored by : Star Cruises
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