Your Chance to Win Tickets to See Hatsune Miku in Concert!

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Hatsune Miku Ticket Giveaway

 

That’s right, THE Hatsune Miku is coming to Texas, and Funimation is giving subscribers a chance to win tickets to her show in Dallas (5/14) or Houston (5/17). For Dallas fans, the show is already sold out, so this is your last and only chance to snag some highly coveted tickets to the performance. A limited supply of tickets are still available for purchase to the Houston show, but time is running out.

 

It’s easy to enter! If you’re not already a subscriber, you’ll need to follow these steps to try to win your ticket:

 

Step 1) Subscribe to FunimationNow or start your 14-Day Free Trial!

 

Step 2) Complete the form found here.

 

And to reward our longtime fans, we’re going to sweeten the deal—any winners that have also been FunimationNow subscribers since the first of May will have their tickets upgraded so they can watch the show from the Funimation suite!

 

So if you’re already a subscriber, all you have to do is click here to enter now.

 

Winners will be selected and contacted on Monday, May 9. Good luck!

 

Disclaimer: Funimation will provide complimentary tickets to the Hatsune Miku concert in either Dallas or Houston—transportation and housing for winners is not included.

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