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Electronic balloting for tickets to National Day Parade 2003

Source: Mindef

Tickets for this year’s National Day Parade (NDP) will be distributed through balloting.

The NDP Executive Committee (EXCO), in partnership with SingTel, National Computer Systems, 1-Net, Sun MicroSystems, InterAuct!, Quantiq and AXS Info Comm has developed a system which allows the public to apply for tickets using their National Registration Identity Card (NRIC) number.

The public can apply for NDP 2003 tickets through Short Message Service (SMS) or telephone. They can also apply for the tickets at NDP website or at any AXS Stations located islandwide (The locations of the AXS Stations can be obtained from www.axs.com.sg).

The NDP EXCO will select the successful applications through an electronic ballot.  The successful applicants will be notified by either telephone, SMS or Internet.

Rules & Regulations:

Only Singapore Citizens and Singapore Permanent Residents, who are aged 12 and above in 2003, are eligible to apply for NDP tickets. (Applicants must be born before 1st January 1992. Those born on or after 1st January 1992 are not eligible)

The application is based on the person’s NRIC number (or Birth Certificate number for those who have not been issued NRIC). Each person is only allowed to submit one application. In cases of multiple applications by an individual, only the latest application will be considered for the ballot.  

The applicant is required to provide his NRIC (or Birth Certificate) number and contact number. In the case of Internet application, the applicant must provide either his email address or a preferred contact number.

The applicant can apply for either 2 or 4 NDP tickets. The probability of being successful in applying for 2 tickets is two times greater than that for 4 tickets. Applications that are unsuccessful in the ballot for NDP tickets will be rolled over to the ballot for Preview tickets. To apply, visit www.ndp.org.sg 

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Source: Mindef News Release 2 Jun 2003

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