Win £1000 Cash Daily And A £25 Voucher In The Marston’s Inns And Taverns Contest

Sweepstakes: Win £1000 Cash Daily In The Marston's Inns And Taverns Contest

PrizeDaily - £1000 cash in the form of a cheque or money orderMonthly - A voucher valued at £25

Start Sep 1, 2015

End Sep 30, 2015

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    Marston’s has this excellent pub, serving great value food, drinks and a warm welcome. The great time you spend with your friends and the money you spend at Marston’s pub will make you enter the sweepstakes. How can you say “No” to a free meal and £1000 cash from Marston’s? Enter the Sweepstakes and Contest now! By taking one Marston’s Customer Satisfaction Survey, you can enter both the monthly Survey Contest for a £25 meal voucher and the Daily Sweepstakes sponsored by Empathica for £1000 cash. Remember to check your phone or mail box in case you win.

    Rules:

    • You don't need to purchase anything to enter or win.
    • This contest is open to UK residents ages 18 years or over.
    • For the monthly contest, only one entry per person per month .
    • When you use the voucher you will need to order at least one main meal. The voucher cannot be used to purchase alcohol.
    • For full eligibility and rules, please view the Marston's Inns and Taverns $1,000 Contest Official Rules and £25 Voucher Terms&Conditions.

    How-to:

    For both the Monthly Contest and Daily Sweepstakes, you can enter through two ways:
    1. Enter by completing a survey.
      • The "Go to Win" button above would take you to the survey online page. Follow the instruction and complete the survey to enter.
      • For Daily Sweepstakes, you can also complete the survey by responding through telephone call or SMS message. Your survey invitation has all the information you may need.
    2. Enter by mail without a purchase or completing a survey.
      • The steps are easy and simple as well. Check the official rules for full instruction.