NCCA Dutch Auction
The ticket price has dropped to $1,500 per ticket.
For more information and how to bid go to our
NCCA Dutch Auction page.
NCCA Dutch Auction
Would you like the chance to fly to Amsterdam with
Singapore Airlines for a really great price?
If the answer is YES and you are a current NCCA member then enter the NCCA and Singapore Airlines
Dutch Auction and you could soon be on your way. We have two economy
class tickets to auction off but this will be an auction with a twist!
The NCCA Dutch Auction will give you a once off opportunity to enjoy the world renowned award winning Singapore Airlines service for a fantastic, never to be repeated price!
If you like to fly the world most awarded airline, enjoy culinary
creations, see more inflight films, music, games and travel in in true
comfort then don't hesitate and participate in our unique auction.
The rules and the twist
The rules are simple, we start with an asking price of $1,850 (RRP
$1999) per ticket, which gets lowered every day by $50 increments until we reach our
The twist - this is where it becomes interesting, you can wait and
see how far the price drops before you enter your bid but don't wait too
long because someone else might snap it all up before you do! We only
have two tickets available so if you if its two tickets your are after don't wait too long!
Our Dutch Auction will only run from 15 May till 25 May check our website and your inbox daily to see where the price is up to.
How do I bid?
Simple, check our website every day for the daily auction amount and
if you see the price that you like all you need to do is comment with
your name, the amount and the number of tickets (one or two) you are
after. If you are the first to bid the ticket(s) are yours!
The winner(s) of the auction will be presented with their ticket(s) on Wednesday 27 May, after the Networking for Business workshop with Jim Parry from So-Brand.
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Important information regarding Dutch travel documents
Passport and visa applications in Sydney and Melbourne in 2015 only possible by appointment.
From 5 January 2015, it will only be possible to submit passport or visa applications by appointment.
Applications for the Netherlands Consulate-General in Sydney can be booked Mondays through to Fridays between 9.30am and 1pm regarding passport applications. Please note that visa applications can be submitted during these times as well, but only from Mondays through to Thursdays. The appointment system can be found via this link. Please make sure you choose the right location.
It is still possible to submit your passport application in Melbourne, but only on a limited number of days. Again, you have to make an appointment in the appointment system via this link. If none of the dates are convenient, it is also possible to submit your passport application at the Netherlands Embassy in Canberra, the Netherlands Consulate-General in Sydney or the Consulates in Adelaide, Perth or Brisbane. You can also submit applications at other Netherlands missions abroad or in the Netherlands.
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