More than £8,500 has been given away to shoppers at the Tesco Extra store in Bradley Stoke during a four-week promotion that started in early February.
Customers were given the chance to win one of a number of guaranteed prizes on offer, including £500 Tesco gift cards.
Matt McNay was the first lucky customer to bag £500 worth of Tesco gift cards. He said:
“I am really chuffed! I cannot believe I have won.”
Since Matt scooped the top prize in the first week, hundreds more customers tried their luck at the Willow Brook Centre store, with everyone winning at least £1 off their shop and 16 more fortunate shoppers bagging the £500 top prize.
Store Manager Kevin Vickery said:
“Our customers have really enjoyed the added element of surprise to their weekly shop during this four week promotion and we are delighted that so many of them have managed to win the top prize.”
“Many customers have been coming back week on week to claim their prize and there has been a real buzz around the store as they enjoy money off their shopping bill.”
Robert Barnes, Joanne Winterson and Ian Season each picked up a prize during the second week of the promotion and Ronnie Young was one of the last few shoppers to collect his prize before the promotion came to a close on Sunday 2nd March.
Mr Vickery added:
“I have really enjoyed meeting the winners each week and presenting them with their prize. We would like to congratulate all winners!”
Photo (top): First winner Matt McNay collects his £500 in Tesco gift cards from the Tesco Extra store in Bradley Stoke.
Photo: Four shoppers scoop the £500 top prize and visit Tesco Bradley Stoke Extra to meet store manager Kevin Vickery and collect their prizes. L-R: Sharon Barnes, Joanne Winterson, Kevin Vickery, Carol Middleton and Ian Season.
Photo: Fab five pick up their £500 Tesco gift cards in store. L-R: Kate Hendy, Kevin Vickery (store manager), Lisa Wilkinson, Ronnie Young, Amanda Hewlett.
Source: Press release issued on behalf of Tesco Stores plc.
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