7-Eleven Canada will award loyal customers the chance to win 1 of 10 PlayStation 5 consoles
7-Eleven Canada has recently announced that it is launching the new 7Rewards For The Win PS5™ Contest. This will allow customers over 13 years of age in BC, AB, SK, MB, and ON to get the chance to win a PlayStation5 console. The contest will run from January 6 to March 2. 7Rewards members can join to win 1 of 200 available PlayStations, with a grand prize winner being drawn every week for a PlayStation 5 console bundle that includes: a brand new PS5 console, PS5 DualSense Wireless Controller, a one-month voucher to PlayStation Now, Digital Game Code for Sackboy: A Big Adventure (PS4 version), and a $10 PlayStation Store Gift Card.
The 7Rewards loyalty program allows customers to earn and collect points every time they make a purchase and these can be converted into money savings or free snacks and drinks. The program also allows exclusive perks like access to exciting events and contests.
“The gaming community is heavily represented in our customer demographic, so what better way to reward our loyal members for their everyday purchases than with the chance to win the highly sought after PS5 console,” says Norman Hower, Vice President and General Manager of 7-Eleven Canada. “We are happy to provide our customers with something exciting to look forward to this winter, especially while we all spend more time at home.”
To win the series of prizes, customers can download the 7Rewards app, and register for the 7Rewards program online or sign up for the program in-store at their local 7-Eleven.
To learn more about 7-Eleven Canada’s 7Rewards For The Win PS5 Contest, including the Official Rules, click here.
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