[Photo caption: The official 2015 Melbourne Cup pin will be presented to each of the first 140 guests who purchase tickets for the 2015 Saigon Melbourne Cup Carnival Dinner.]

Would you like an official Melbourne Cup pin – free of charge?

AusCham is giving away 140 of them. The first 140 guests to purchase their tickets for this year’s Saigon Melbourne Cup Carnival Dinner to be held on 24 October 2015 will receive the elegant pin badge completely free of charge.

And, if you purchase your tickets before 5pm this Friday, 9 October, you will also qualify for the Early Bird Discount. Email events@auschamvn.org

Pricing

  • Standard pricing: VND3.2 million per person
  • Early Bird pricing: VND2.95 million per person (closes 5pm, Friday 9 Oct)
  • Tables of 10: VND29.5 million per table

Special Bonus

An Official Melbourne Cup pin will be presented with each of the first 140 tickets sold. (The pins have been donated by the Victorian Racing Club to AusCham in support of this event. The pins will leave famous Flemington Racecourse this afternoon before being couriered to HCMC on Friday thanks to one very helpful AusCham member.)

Taking to the skies with the Saigon Melbourne Cup Carnival Dinner

The next issue of Vietnam Airlines’ in-flight magazine, Heritage, will feature a double page spread on the Saigon Melbourne Cup Carnival Dinner. Look out for the next issue from 15 October 2015.

View the 30sec Official VRC TVC for the 2015 Melbourne Cup

To shake two football Grand Finals from your system, take a look at the official TV Commercial released by the Victorian Racing Club for this year’s Melbourne Cup.

 

Sponsorships

Would you like to promote your brand to an exclusive audience? Then consider being a sponsor. Vouchers, in kind and cash  are all gratefully received. Click here. Further below is a list of current sponsors.

Beneficiary of Phantom Races

This year’s beneficiary of the Phantom Horse Races will be Water Safety Vietnam.

Sponsorships – Premium Partners

Sponsorships – In Kind

Sponsorships – Vouchers