Everton Advent Calendar gives supporters the chance to win once-in-a-lifetime prizes

Friday, 20 December, 2019 3comments  |  Jump to last

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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Eric Myles
1 Posted 21/12/2019 at 03:46:44
This is a prize event running from 1 December and it only makes the news on 20 December?

I hope the Club publicised it better?

Terry White
2 Posted 21/12/2019 at 05:05:11
Eric (#1), if you took the trouble to look at the OS you would have seen this competition running all month. Not the Club's problem at all so don't blame them. Blame yourself for not checking out the OS and all it offers to Everton fans.
Rui Moreira
3 Posted 10/02/2020 at 11:40:29
Does anyone know if the list of winners has already been published?

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