Barclaycard’s Father’s Day Twitter Competition Offers Chance to Win a £250 John Lewis Voucher
The run-up to Father’s Day on 16 June typically sees a rush to buy gifts that appeal to dads. This year, Barclaycard is getting into the spirit with a retweet competition on Twitter that gives entrants the opportunity to win a £250 John Lewis voucher.
Barclaycard’s competition invites Twitter users to celebrate their dads with witty, affectionate or loving descriptions, and the best answer will win the prize. So on the day when fathers traditionally look forward to a pub lunch or a round of golf, this year one lucky dad will also have £250 to spend online or in-store at John Lewis.
Entry into the competition is free and is open on @Barclaycard to those over the age of 18 and resident in the UK. To enter, participants must retweet or reply to one of the promotional tweets with the competition hashtag #Mydadislike and fill in two blanks with their answers. The competition is currently open and will close at 17:00 on 11 June 2013 (terms and condition available at bit.ly/FathersDayTsCs).
Barclaycard’s Twitter competition for Father’s Day follows on from its successful Mother’s Day retweet competition #TakeMumShopping, and is part of a range of social media activities designed to engage with followers and share information about promotions, events and exclusive offers. The Barclaycard Twitter feed also promotes prize draws for tickets to popular entertainment events courtesy of Barclaycard Unwind.
As part of Barclays Retail and Business Banking, Barclaycard has become a leader in offering innovative, convenient and flexible payment options to businesses and consumers alike. The company has established a significant international presence with 28.8 million customers globally and operations in the UK, United States, Europe, and Africa.
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