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Forget Black Friday, this is Orange Friday!

2 December 2016

Orange Friday is Prostate Cancer UK’s take on Black Friday!

In the week after Black Friday, the EFL’s Official Charity Partner are running a £25 off code to encourage people to sign up for our Football to Amsterdam 2017 bike ride and fully register for the event with their discounted fee.

Everyone who signs up during the campaign will receive a Chocolate Orange too!

Orange Friday takes place today, a week after Black Friday. We’ll start a week of promotion on 25th November which will direct people to sign up before midnight on 2nd December to get their £25 off. We will also extend the deal to midnight Monday 5th December (just don’t tell anyone!).

Today brings you the biggest sale since, well, Black Friday. You and your mates can join Les Ferdinand, Terry Butcher, Simon Grayson and Viv Anderson on the biggest ride in football AND if you sign up before midnight tonight you’ll get £25 off your registration, plus one of Terry’s own chocolate oranges!

So why orange? Well, Les, Terry, Simon and Viv will all be cycling to the Dutch capital next summer and you’re invited to join them.

Football to Amsterdam is the EFL’s and Prostate Cancer UK’s annual pedal-pilgrimage which in 2017 takes place from 9-11 June and spans two nights and three days (two days cycling). It’s your chance to ride alongside footballing legends and like-minded fans in a bid to get fit and raise vital funds for a great cause.

Sign up now! >> Orange Friday offer

There are two start points, one in London and one in Barnsley where a sea of club colours will ride together through the English countryside to Harwich and Hull respectively. Once in Holland the two routes will converge with cyclists united in their Prostate Cancer UK cycling jerseys.

Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men. 1 in 8 men will get prostate cancer, while the odds for black men are just one in four.

Join the fight and get pedalling for pounds to help stop prostate cancer being a killer.

Orange Friday: Click here for more information

Find out more about Prostate Cancer UK’s work in football by visiting their website:

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