Win corporate tickets for Sunderland v Chelsea
The more observant amongst you will have noticed that we have been running banner adverts this month for MyMoneyPA offering some fantastic prizes including corporate tickets for Sunderland matches. They have also announced that they have recently cancelled their hospitality deals at Newcastle - what better reason can you find to support a company?
This month, North-East based MyMoneyPA is giving its customers the chance to grab themselves an early Christmas present.
The service, which equips users with all the necessary tools to keep a closer eye on their finances and make well informed purchasing decisions by providing details of the best rated providers, looks to put consumers back in control of their finances – they also look to reward customers through some quite unique marketing methods.
As far as MyMoneyPA is concerned, gone are the days whereby colossal marketing budgets are spent on television commercials, newspaper and magazine advertisements. They opt instead to spend their budget to benefit customers through a range of exciting competitions.
Whilst recent prizes include £100 John Lewis vouchers, November has seen the prizes step up a notch – right in time for the Christmas period. This month, all new and current users will be entered into a draw to win 4 pairs of tickets to be wined and dined, enjoying the corporate Premier League experience at Sunderland v Chelsea, with £100 per pair to help towards travel expenses.
You can find details on how to enter the prize draw here or by clicking through any of the MyMoneyPA banners you see on RTG.
Glenn Morrill, MyMoneyPA Director, said of Corporate Hospitality for Everyone, “We just wanted to give consumers the chance to experience the kind of hospitality they may not otherwise".
“How often do you see empty corporate seats at football games, rugby internationals and other sporting events? These seats are taken up by the ‘prawn sandwich brigade’; business people invited by business people. We want to give the opportunity for everyone to experience it” he continued.
Citing their primary goal as being a consumer champion with an ethical approach – they recently cancelled proposed hospitality at St. James’ Park due to Newcastle United’s deal with payday lenders, Wonga – this innovative way of rewarding customers typifies the philosophy of the team at MyMoneyPA. The customer always comes first.
November 08, 2012