Digicel, the leading telecommunications provider in St. Lucia, has launched yet another new and exciting promotion for its valued customers, “Top Up and Shop!” This supermarket sweep promotion will provide Digicel customers with a chance to win one of ten shopping sprees at GL Foods Supermarket valued at $1,500 each with five customers selected in September and the remaining five in October. To qualify, prepaid customers simply need to top up with $10 or more and postpaid customers simply pay their bill in full by the 26th.The “Top Up and Shop” supermarket sweep promotion promises to be exciting as winning customers will be given one minute to sweep the supermarket for groceries totaling up to $1,500 in value. Customers will be asked 5 questions to gain extra time for the shopping spree. For every correct answer, the customer will receive 30 seconds.
Qualifying customers will also be given a chance to win weekly shopping vouchers to a range of stores including Verdict, Kaycees, Payless, Access, Sea Island Cotton Shop and loads more. Digicel has also extended the promotion to its valued resellers and will provide four Digicel resellers with the chance to be winners of a $1,500 supermarket sweep, based on their increase in monthly sales.
Today Digicel will be taking this fun promotion to Anse La Raye at the community square where residents will all get a chance to win big from double top up, free credit, giveaways, shopping and grocery vouchers and more. Team Digicel will also be present with handsets and 4G smartphones sales for residents.
Louise Victor, Marketing and Communications Executive at Digicel, who spoke at yesterday”s media launch at GL Foods Supermarket said: “At Digicel we believe in being innovative in our product and promotions offerings, while still meeting the needs of our customers. The economic benefit ‘Top Up and Shop’ has for any customer is simply incredible; imagine topping up only $10 and to then receive a call with the awesome news that you have won $1,500 worth of groceries? Exhilarating, isn’t it?”
Digicel afforded members of the local media who were present Friday, a one-minute supermarket sweep, totally free.