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05 Dec 2018
Commuters travelling by bus will have the opportunity to be entered into Stagecoach West Scotland’s ‘Appy Friday’ give away in the run up to Christmas while giving a little back to charity.
For every mobile ticket customers purchase in the run up to Christmas via the Stagecoach Bus App, Stagecoach West Scotland will make a 30p donation to chosen charities and customers can enter into a prize draw.
Prizes include: Xbox Bundle, PS4 Fifa 2019, Laptop and an iPad mini. In addition four lucky runners up will win an Amazon Echo Dot.
Fraser Smith, Commercial Director, Stagecoach West Scotland said: “We’re proud to be supporting local charities this Christmas and would encourage our customers to use the Stagecoach Bus App, for every ticket customers buy we’ll donate 30p of that sale to local charities throughout West Scotland. As a thank you we’ll enter each registration into a prize draw each week”.
Customers who register via the app and purchase a mobile ticket will be entered into the prize draw. Winners will be selected at random and announced via Stagecoach West Scotland’s Twitter account @StagecoachWScot each Friday on the run up to Christmas.
Details on how you can have the chance to win, selected charities and full terms and conditions can be found here.
Stagecoach West Scotland staff will also getting into the festive spirit with each depot organising food and toy drop collections for local charities in the area.