October 9, 2013 12:06

Take part in the NME drug survey for your chance to win £100 worth of gig tickets

We want your views!

Take part in the NME drug survey for your chance to win £100 worth of gig tickets

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Do you think drugs should be legalised? Did you take drugs at festivals this year? And have you ever taken a so-called "legal high"?

We're looking for your views for the NME drug survey – click here to fill it out now. We want to know what you think about drugs, how often you take them (if at all) and what, if any, music influences your drug taking. The results will be published in the all-new NME magazine.

And to say thank you for doing so, we'll put you in a draw to win £100 of gig tickets courtesy of See Tickets.

So head over and tell us what you think in the NME Drug Survey now. The survey will close at 12 midnight on Sunday (October 20).

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