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We really do, so we thought we’d celebrate our love of all things festive with a few competitions…
Santa’s got a secret number that needs unlocking. Every day, there’ll be a magic word which needs to be tweeted (along with the hashtag #O2LoveXmas) to unlock more digits of the magic number. You should also make a note of each day’s magic words (more on this later).
Once the full number is revealed, you’ll need to send a text to it within one hour, after which any entries will be void. Not long after entries close, one of Santa’s O2 elves will call one lucky texter.
Now – here’s the part where those magic words will come in handy: whoever gets the call will need to recite all of the magic words used throughout the week, in any order. If they succeed, they win. If they don’t, our O2 elf will hang up on you and pick someone else to call. The first person we call who recites every magic word will get the contents of Santa’s super special sack: £500 of Amazon vouchers. That should magic up your Christmas a bit.
How do I take part?
To summarise, here’s what you need to do to be in with a chance of wining:
- Every day, tweet (or RT) the magic word of the day (remember to include the #O2LoveXmas hashtag) to help unlock Santa’s secret number
- Make a note of the magic word each day – you’ll need it
- Once the full number’s been revealed, send it a text within one hour
- If you get the call from Santa’s O2 elf, get ready to recite ALL of the week’s magic words, in any order
- If you manage it, you’ve bagged yourself £500 of vouchers. Ho ho ho!
Any chance of a clue with these magic words?
Oh okay, fine. ‘Tis the season, after all. Here’s the list (we’ll add to it each day):
- Monday: Love
- Tuesday: Always
- Wednesday: Wins
- Thursday: Happy. Merry
Is that all you’re doing?
No! We’ll also have another competition each day (Monday 12 to Thursday 15 December). Here they are:
Monday: Food selfie
Snap yourself munching your Priority £1 Lunch and send it to us on snapchat, or to @O2 on twitter with the #O2LoveXmas hashtag. We’ll pick one winner to score £30 of Domino’s Pizza on us, so you can follow your £1 Lunch with a slap-up pizza dinner.
Tuesday: Quiz day
Head to http://o2.uk/TechQuiz and take part in our tech quiz. No matter what your score is, share it with us by tweeting @O2 (along with the all-important #O2LoveXmas hashtag) and you could win a Samsung Gear VR headset. Good luck.
Wednesday: the double-triple follow challenge
Tag a friend on Twitter (@O2), use the hashtag #O2LoveXmas and tell us why you and your friend deserve to win a £120 spa day voucher. To qualify for the prize, you’ll both need to be following us on Snapchat (O2UK) and Instagram (@O2UK), as well as Twitter. We’ll pick one tweet – if it’s yours, we’ll DM you and your tagged friend to ask for your Snapchat and Instagram usernames. If you’re both following us on all three social sites (double-triple follow challenge, get it?) then you’re both heading off for some pampering.
Thursday: hide and seek
One of Santa’s O2 elves will be in a random place somewhere in the UK. We’ll share clues on Snapchat and Twitter; all you have to do is guess where he is, let us know by tweeting @O2 with his whereabouts and the #O2LoveXmas hashtag. If you get the location correct, you’ll be in with a chance of winning a 500GB Xbox One S.
But it doesn’t end there – he’ll also have another 500GB Xbox One S for the first person who finds him, puts on his little elf hat and tells him a secret Christmas passcode (which we’ll reveal with the clues on the day).
So there you have it – our week of #O2LoveXmas fun, all wrapped up in a neat little package. Time for you to get tweeting, isn’t it…?
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