Derby Ram Trail Receipt Competition

17/03/2021

Cathedral Quarter and St Peters Quarter Business Improvement Districts (BID) have partnered to celebrate the arrival of The Derby Ram Trail and support businesses in Derby City Centre.

The BID’s are giving away £100 in vouchers to each of two lucky winners to spend in their favourite City Centre shops. To be in with a chance of winning, all you need to do is retain your receipt when you purchase an item or items above £5 in a store in either BID area in Derby City Centre and follow the instructions below.

A list of the businesses that reside in the Cathedral Quarter BID area can be found here

A list of the businesses that reside in the St Peters Quarter BID area can be found here

How does it work?

To enter The Derby Ram Trail Receipt Competition all you need to do is enter the details of your purchase in the form below.

We do not need to know what you have bought and all other details will be kept private. Simply supply us with the name of the business you purchased from, the date of purchase and your contact details. The minimum spend to take part is £5.00 and the receipt must be dated between 27th May 2021 – 22nd August 2021.

You can enter more than once but entries are limited to one receipt per person, per day. Once the competition closes we will draw a winner at random and contact them via email.

Good luck!

*PLEASE NOTE: IF YOU ARE SELECTED AS A WINNER THEN YOU MUST BE ABLE TO PRESENT YOUR ORIGINAL RECEIPT TO CLAIM THE PRIZE*

*CIGARETTE AND ALCOHOL PURCHASES CANNOT BE ENTERED INTO THE COMPETITION AND WILL NOT BE COUNTED*

Please read the full terms & conditions before entering. Click HERE to view.

Please fill out the form below to enter your receipt

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