Beatles contract up for grabs in pay-to-enter competition

Pay a £10 fee for a chance to own Brian Epstein's original contract

The 1962 contract signed by John Lennon, George Harrison, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr for manager Brian Epstein before they became famous as The Beatles is up for grabs in a pay-to-enter competition.

The competition costs £10 to enter, and in order to win players have to guess what the contract was valued at by a panel of experts in April 2008.

The contract is insured for £500,000, but entrants will have to work out what the experts believed it would have sold for if it had been auctioned last April.

The competition is being run by The Imagine Corporation, and entrants must be 18 or over.

The contract can be viewed at See for more information.