Get ready for an exhilarating opportunity this Friday with The Premium Time Company's Rolex competition! This time, it's all about the 'green' theme, offering the chance to choose between the iconic Rolex Submariner 'Starbucks' or the elegant Rolex Datejust 41 with a mint green dial. With just 650 tickets available at £45 each, the odds are in your favor.

The Premium Time Company is renowned for its dedication to providing coveted Rolex timepieces to watch enthusiasts. Despite Rolex's staggering production figures, securing one from an Official Dealer remains a daunting task, given the overwhelming demand and lengthy waiting lists stretching up to five years.

The recent surge in Rolex's popularity, fueled by events like the COVID-19 pandemic, has transformed these timepieces into prized investments. Rolex watches have consistently outperformed gold, stocks, and real estate, making them a sought-after asset in the market.

The Premium Time Company has emerged as a beacon of hope for watch enthusiasts, offering skill-based online competitions with limited entries on a weekly and monthly basis. Winners can expect to lay their hands on exclusive Rolex models sourced from the grey market. In addition to Rolex watches, the competitions also feature Watch Collection Starter Kits, including Omega and Tudor timepieces.

Established just a year ago, The Premium Time Company has already delivered over £400k worth of watches to its dedicated followers. Regular free competitions, with no strings attached, offer subscribers the chance to win a watch or up to £500 credit in their store. As their competitions change every 6-7 days there is a wide variety of Rolex models up for grabs.

It's important to note that The Premium Time Company operates as a skill-based competition business, not a lottery, raffle, or giveaway. Participants are required to answer a question when purchasing a ticket, ensuring that only correct answers qualify for the final draw. This transparent approach adds an extra layer of excitement and fairness to the competition.

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