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Take the Premier League Global Fan Survey

global fans survey Take the Premier League Global Fan SurveyBarclays Bank, the sponsors of the Premier League, has launched a Global Fans Survey 2008 where you could win a free trip to watch an EPL team of your choice play live (airfare and hotel included).

The survey takes approximately 10 minutes to complete and asks a series of questions such as who your favorite player is, how much you spend on merchandise and how you follow the Premier League.

Take the survey today at http://survey.premierleague.com

The deadline to submit your answers is Friday, November 14 at 5am ET.

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2 Responses to Take the Premier League Global Fan Survey

  1. eplnfl says:

    The survey is a great time but a bit long. Good job to the people at the league for thinking about us!

  2. sqw says:

    survey page is didnot get within short time

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