You could win a Harley-Davidson when you subscribe to TNP

You could win a Harley-Davidson when you subscribe to TNP
(From left) Samantha Balraj, Mr M. Balraj, and Nicole Balraj are excited to have TNP on the go.

Always dreamt of cruising down the highway atop the purring engine and glistening body of a brand new Harley-Davidson?

Well, play with us and that dream might just come true.

In our greatest ever Grand Draw, you stand a chance to ride away in style with a new Harley-Davidson Sportster worth $27,900 if you sign up for a TNP subscription.

The New Paper went digital two weeks ago and our new app is available on both Android and iOS devices.

More than 21,000 people have downloaded the app.

Exclusive content has been free since the launch, but will require a subscription to access from tomorrow.

Apart from the chance to win a Harley-Davidson bike, you also get attractive gifts when you sign up for a subscription for either our print, online, smartphone or all-in-one package for one or two years.

Pick the two-year package and you'll get either the Monster Ncredible N-Tune On-Ear headphones worth $249 or the Sony Smartwatch 2 worth $288.

Subscribers who prefer the one-year package will receive either the Monster NCredible N-Ergy In-Ear headphones worth $129 or a Lomo Konstruktor DIY camera kit worth $58.

Mr M. Balraj, an avid TNP reader, was delighted to hear of the new offers.

Said the 52-year-old golf instructor: "I'm excited to have the paper on our smartphones now. I've been buying TNP almost every day since it started out, but because I leave home at 6am, my family doesn't get the chance to read it until I come home at 10pm."

Mr Balraj plans to get the all-in-one package, which means he can take the print copy while his daughters get digital access on the go.

He looks forward to his family getting the news even quicker than before.

Recalling a double death at Ang Mo Kio earlier this month, he said: "I live in the surrounding blocks and was horrified when I heard the news on the radio. Having such a huge case near home was scary. I was worried for both my daughters' safety. I wanted details quickly so that I could inform my family."

His daughter, Samantha, is also happy that TNP has gone digital but for different reasons.

The 17-year-old said: "With the app, it's easier for me to get my stories in a more interactive and interesting manner."

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