Tight Briefs: create ads to promote Manchester United season tickets

On Friday we gave our readers one final opportunity to get nominated for a Chip Shop Award with our last (for now) Tight Briefs challenge: advertise season tickets at Manchester United.

It's been a tough year for the Old Trafford club, so we challenged the creative industry to come up with ways to get the fans back onside in time for next season's campaign.

Now it is up to you to decide who came up with the best response to the brief by clicking the like button next to your favourites below. Please note that because the Chip Shop Awards judging takes place tomorrow, voting will only be open until 5pm today.

We'll reveal tomorrow which of this week's entries will be going into the Chip Shop Awards judging alongside all the Tight Briefs winners from previous weeks. Then it will be up to our esteemed Chip Shop Awards judges to decide which winning Tight Briefs entry is most deserving of a Chip.

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