On June 10th The European Championship 2016 will kick off in Paris with the host nation France taking on Romania. This is good news for football lovers who will have a whole month of games to enjoy. It’ll also be good news for compers as the event is the perfect excuse for many brands to run a giveaway or two. For example Slumberland are giving away an England Shirt. Do some liking and sharing and then send in your #mysquad selfie by midnight on 31st May to enter.
If you fancy going to the event then take a look over at Coca Cola. To enter this daily prize draw you’ll need to pick up a promotional pack of Coca-Cola, Coca-Cola Zero and Diet Coke and look out for the 10 digit code. Follow the link, enter the code and your details and get yourself in the daily draw. Be quick though because this one closes around the end of May.
How would you like to go to the final? Well if you fancy that kind of prize then make your way over to The Telegraph and enter their prize draw that’s being run in association with Kia. All you have to do is enter your details. The prize includes tickets to the finalon July 10th, Eurostar tickets for two from London St Pancras to Paris Gare du Nord with one night’s accommodation for two in a twin room at the Princesse Caroline Hotel.
Seek Out The Sponsors
One top tip for finding Euro 2016 prize opportunities is to follow the tournament sponsors on social media. For example we know that Carlsberg are a sponsor and so a quick look on their Twitter feed brought up the below:
— Carlsberg UK (@CarlsbergUK) May 25, 2016
Could You Win A Million Euros
One of the biggest competitions we’ve see comes from Papa Johns – they are hosting One Million Fans! According to the site one lucky person will be selected to play their Prize Game and could win up to €1,000,000! However there are some strings attached to this promo. First off there needs to be at least one million entries to the competition and the competition is open in various countries, not just The UK!
If one million entries plus are received then the Prize Game part of the competition be activated. The game will involve the winner having to select a series of prize boxes that each contain a cash amount of between €10,000 and €1,000,000. The minimum guaranteed prize is €10,000. If not enough entries are received then five TVs will be given away instead.
Good luck if you’re entering Euro 2016 competitions, don’t forget to look on Loquax for any comps – and we’ll try and share a few more with you on the blog too.