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We want to spookify the Tube Map for Halloween 2016

Here’s how it works

Take the name of a London Underground station and make it halloween-themed. Simply let us know on Facebook by replying to the competition post or tweet it with the tag #SpookifyTheTube and mention @TubeMapLondon.

A winner will be selected at random from all Facebook and Twittter entries and will receive £30 in vouchers of their choice. To get your creative juices flowing we’ve thought of a few Tube Map puns!

Nightmare on Old Street

Notting Hell-Gate

Killingdon

Terms and Conditions

  1. To enter the competition on Facebook, reply to the competition post with a Halloween-themed Tube station pun.
  2. To enter the competition on Twitter, tweet a Halloween-themed Tube station pun with the tag #SpookifyTheTube and mention @TubeMapLondon at the end.
  3. The Tube station pun must be original and using one of our examples above may disqualify the entry.
  4. The winner will be selected at random from entries on both Facebook and Twitter.
  5. Competition ends midnight 31/10/16 and the winner will be announced on 01/11/16.
  6. The winner will receive £30 in vouchers of their choice. Voucher must be purchasable in GBP. In the event we cannot aquire the voucher you have asked for, a suitable substitute will be given.
  7. We withhold the right to change the winner or present the prize to a runner-up should the winner fail to get in contact by end-of-day 14/11/16.
  8. All entrants must have a U.K. house address.
  9. The winner must provide their email and postage address.
  10. This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Facebook or Twitter.
  11. This competition is not open to mxData or Mapway employees.
  12. Your entry may be shared on our social media channels. These will always include a credit to you.
  13. Entries that include inappropriate language, (eg, swearing or abusive comments) may be disqualified from the competition and/ or blocked by Mapway and Tube Map.
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