Win with the ‘Weekly’

2017-06-15 06:01

THE Coastal Weekly, in conjunction with Eye Deal Optical, Ossies­ Tyres, Dicks Hardware, Asmals Harware and Pick n Pay are treating the fathers in the community.

Five lucky readers stand in line to win vouchers from our participating clients valued at over R2 000.

All you have to do to win is call 032 9452903 on Friday, June 9, at 10am. The first five callers will be taken into consideration only.

Lines will be open for 15 minutes only and competition calls will only be taken at 10am.

All winners will be notified telephonically.

Terms of conditions for prizes:

Eye Deal Optical - A voucher to the value of R1100 is up for grabs. The voucher is not redeemable for cash, not valid on any other promotions and is valid for 30 days.

Ossies Tyres - Win free wheel alignment to the value of R200. The prize is not redeemable for cash, not not valid on any other promotions and is valid for 30 days.

Dicks Hardware - A drilling machine to the value of R500 goes to one lucky winner. The prize is not redeemable for cash or any other item and is valid for 30 days.

Asmals Hardware - A gift to the value of R200 to one lucky father is up for grabs. The prize not redeemable for cash, cannot be exchanged for other items, there are no guarantee on prizes and must be redeemed within 30 days.

Pick n pay - Win a hamper valued at R200. The hamper cannot be exchanged for cash or any other item.

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