The competition was launched alongside a host of discounts at major attractions in Portsmouth as Tourism leaders from the city came together to launch a new Visit Portsmouth campaign.
The vibrant campaign, which is jointly funded by Portsmouth City Council, South Western Railway, Gunwharf Quays, Victorious Festival and The D-Day Story, aims to give a boost to the local tourism industry which is estimated to generate more than £500m for the city.
Portsmouth will be promoted in prominent London locations as well as locally and on social media.
Alongside the competition for Victorious tickets residents can take advantage of a range of special offers from attractions to celebrate English Tourism Week from 17-26 March.
Discounted entry offers available during the promotional week include D-Day Story, Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, Spinnaker Tower and Blue Reef Aquarium.
The campaign was launched at the Mary Rose Museum with representatives from a host of the city’s biggest tourism organisations present.
Cllr Steve Pitt, Cabinet Member for Culture, Leisure and Economic Development said: “Tourism is crucial to the city’s economy and English Tourism Week provides a great opportunity to shout about the great attractions, events and venues in the city and encourage local residents to take advantage of the range of offers available.”
English Tourism Week is a national campaign led by VisitEngland celebrating the diverse, exciting and vibrant tourism sector, and showcasing the quality, range and value of the country’s visitor economy.
To enter the competition and for more information on English Tourism Week discounts at Portsmouth attractions visit www.visitportsmouth.co.uk/ETW23