Currys PC World is launching a summer football-themed campaign, ‘Get your TV for Free’, which offers customers a one in 20 chance of getting the money they spend on buying a TV back, up to a maximum value of £24,999.
Running from May 9th until June 26th, 2018, the ‘Get your TV for Free’ promotion requires customers to purchase a 55” size TV or larger from Currys PC World online, in-store or via the retailer’s call centre. To participate, customers must then register at www.currys.co.uk/FreeTV and click on the TV they see on screen to reveal if they have won. The winning prizes will be randomly assigned to a one in 20 win ratio using an independently audited and verified process. Participants must upload their qualifying receipt to redeem their prize.
The campaign has been created and is being managed by promotional marketing agency tbk, in partnership with digital promotions specialist Brandmovers.
The ‘Get your TV for Free’ campaign will be supported by a TV campaign, radio, social media and related POS materials in stores.
The Currys PC World brand is a British electrical retailer operating in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland, owned by Dixons Carphone. It specialises in selling home electronics and household appliances, with 295 superstores and 73 high street shops. Smaller shops also trade under the Currys Digital brand in the United Kingdom.
tbk is a multi-award winning, independent promotional marketing agency that creates ideas and experiences that drives ‘buzz’ and sales for brands. Carlsberg, Pringles, Lucozade, Krispy Kreme, Boots and Wickes are just a few of the brands it works for.
Brandmovers is a global leader in digital engagement promotions and loyalty. With over 15 years’ experience and with offices on three continents, Brandmovers provides global reach and digital expertise in all aspects of promotional activity, working with agency partners and world- leading brands like MasterCard, Manchester United and Nestle on innovative consumer or trade marketing campaigns which engage target audieences via multiple channels and devices.