Game stores’ Back 2 School competition for a brighter future advertorial

2016-01-07 06:00
Game is geared up for the new school year.Photo: supplied

Game is geared up for the new school year.Photo: supplied

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BEAT the back to school rush by stocking up on Game’s Back 2 School 2016 essentials. Africa’s largest discount retailer is geared up for the new school year, giving customers a head start on their back-to-school shopping. Game customers can expect to find everything needed to equip pupils for the new school year in Game stores nationwide.

To add to the unbeatable Back 2 School offerings, Game is running a one of a kind Back 2 School Competition that will give children the chance to have a brighter future. The competition is open to junior primary, senior primary and high school pupils.
To enter spend a minimum of R100 on Back 2 School stationery from Game, write a letter of a maximum of 200 words or less and tell us what you want to be when you grow up and why, and you could stand a chance of winning your dream job for the day plus R15 000 towards your school fees (terms and conditions apply).
Drop your entry (including your name, age, nearest Game store, and your day time contact number) into the competition entry box at the front of any Game store or send an email to

Game’s marketing and customer director, Mark Turner, said: “Game shoppers will have the ability to stretch their hard-earned money further when purchasing Back 2 School items from Game. We offer tailored ranges that will suit the budget of every customer, from stationery, assorted backpacks, lunch boxes, juice bottles to school shoes.
“Game offers quality products at the lowest possible prices, helping you to save money so that you can live better.”

Not only does Game offer an assortment of Back 2 School essentials at great prices, it also guarantees an unsurpassed shopping experience with the assistance of a knowledgeable in-store sales team who will assist customers with long and complex school stationery lists.

Visit for more details on the Game Back to School Competition.

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