Everton have been giving supporters the chance to win a different money-can't-buy prize every day in the lead up to Christmas as part of the club's festive campaign.
The once-in-a-lifetime prizes on offer range from a number of unique experiences and giveaways including a game of FIFA against two first team stars at the club's USM Finch Farm training ground, a year's supply of Monster, the club's Official Energy Drink Partner, a pair of signed goalkeeper gloves from Toffees legend Tim Howard and a day in the life of an Everton Women player.
The Blues' advent calendar offers Evertonians the opportunity to win a wide-range of prizes each and every day in the run up to Christmas (1st-24th December). Other prizes include signed shirts, vouchers, partner merchandise and other bespoke Everton-inspired experiences.
The competition is open to all supporters to enter and all you have to do is answer a question relating to each day's prize correctly in the 24-hour timeframe to be included into a draw to win that day's offering.
Tom Rowell, Head of Marketing and Ticketing at Everton, said: “We wanted to reward Evertonians over the festive season by offering a wide-range of exclusive and unique prizes, we received thousands of entries in the opening days of the Everton Advent Calendar going live with the engaging entry method proving a big hit with supporters.”
“No prize is the same in the 24 days leading up to Christmas Day – with prizes tailored for supporters of all ages and interests – and entering is as simple as answering one question correctly to stand a chance of winning these once-in-a-lifetime rewards.”
Click here to enter the Everton Advent Calendar giveaway competition.
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1 Posted 21/12/2019 at 03:46:44
I hope the Club publicised it better?
2 Posted 21/12/2019 at 05:05:11
3 Posted 10/02/2020 at 11:40:29
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