LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM -- (Marketwire) -- 01/03/13 -- As people across the UK return to work after the holiday season, Barclaycard is running a prize draw that offers an attractive way to recover, refresh, and keep those New Year's resolutions. Hosted on the Barclaycard Facebook page, the promotion gives one lucky winner and a friend the chance to make 2013 a very relaxing year, by receiving a spa day a month for a year at their nearest Bannatyne Spa.
The prize draw is currently open for entry and will close at midnight on Thursday 10th January 2013. All UK residents aged 18 and over can participate and are eligible to win, whether they are a Barclaycard customer or not. Those interested in entering simply become a fan of the Barclaycard Facebook page, follow the links from the wall posts to answer a trivia question and fill out a basic contact information form to be in with a chance to win.
The winner will receive a spa day each month in 2013 for them and a friend to use throughout the year. Each Bannatyne Health Club visit includes a lava shell full body massage, Elemis facial, and an entire day of access to the full spa facilities, including gym, pool, Jacuzzi, sauna, and steam room. In addition to this, Barclaycard customers will also receive a voucher for GBP 250 to spend on additional treatments or other items as they choose.
As the latest in a series of initiatives within Barclaycard's growing Facebook community, the prize draw follows the recent launch of the brand's two distinctive rewards credit card options. The new Cashback card is designed to give customers 2% cashback on their top five monthly purchases and 0.5% on everything else. They'll just need to use their card 15 times during the month for the 2% booster to kick in. The card also includes a 6% welcome bonus on a customer's top five monthly purchases - they'll be able to earn GBP 120 on these during their first three months. And each year they'll receive a 4% thank you bonus on their top five purchases in the month following their card anniversary, no matter how much they've spent (24.8% APR Representative (Variable) Annual Fee applies). For those who would rather collect points to spend at their favourite retailers, the Freedom Rewards card allows customers to earn Freedom points on all their spend. Additionally, the card offers a welcome bonus worth GBP 30, double Freedom points for purchases made at UK supermarkets and petrol stations and triple Freedom points with selected Freedom partners such as BHS, Bella Italia, Cafe Rouge, Currys PC World, Goldsmiths and Strada (18.9% APR Representative (Variable)).
As part of Barclays Retail and Business Banking, Barclaycard has become a leader in offering innovative, convenient and flexible payment options to businesses and consumers alike. The company has established a significant international presence with 23.5 million customers globally and locations across 20 countries in Europe, North America, Asia, and Africa.
Barclaycard is deeply involved in pioneering mobile and contactless payment technology to create seamless integration with the needs of the future. To view the diverse range of benefits offered by Barclaycard credit cards and other products, or for more information about recent contactless payment developments, such as the Barclaycard PayTag sticker for mobile phones, please visit www.barclaycard.co.uk.
The author of this article is a part of a digital marketing agency that works with brands like Barclaycard. The content contained in this article is for information purposes only and should not be used to make any financial decisions.
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