Christmas giveaway – Win £50 of yummy Greggs sausage rolls and hot brews
November 26, 2019
November 26, 2019
Spot The Difference
Eagle eyes at the ready, are you eager to win a prize to brighten up these winter months?
Your team have been working hard all year round, but it’s particularly important to show your gratitude for your team as the cold of winter draws in and the days become darker, yet the workdays begin to feel longer.
We have put together the perfect opportunity for you to win a special prize to get you and your team in the festive spirit. To boost morale in your workplace and reward your team for their hard work and dedication all year round, enter our member’s competition below. It’s simple, all you have to do is spot how many differences there are between the two images below to win some Christmas Greggs sausage rolls and coffee, on us for your whole team. Bring the festive spirit to your workplace and spread the warmth this Christmas. Enter our competition below for a chance to win!
Helpful tips: We haven’t been too sneaky – here are a few to get you started: Wreath on the wall is different = 1 and Christmas baubles have changed colour to red = 1
Treat your team by entering here NOW
The competition closes on Friday 13th December at 12:00 am. Enjoy!
Terms and conditions are here.
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