Lidl is offering customers the chance to win a year’s supply of free food from their bakeries - today (20 Jan) only.
The budget supermarket chain has unveiled a ‘Lidl Bakery Gold Card’ which will grant the carrier a free item from one of its bakeries every day.
In a tweet, the company said, “We’re giving one lucky Lidler the chance to win A FREE BAKERY TREAT EVERY DAY FOR A YEAR!”
So, here is how you can get your hands on the one-of-a-kind gold card.
How to enter
If you want to be in with a chance of winning, you’ll need to retweet the supermarket’s Twitter post, and comment underneath, tagging @LidlGB and mentioning a bakery item, like ‘croissant’.
Bye #BlueMonday 🌊 We’re giving one lucky Lidler the chance to win A FREE BAKERY TREAT EVERY DAY FOR A YEAR! 🥐 To enter, reply with your favourite Lidl Bakery item and retweet to be in with a chance of owning the #LidlBakeryGoldCard - worth £365! T&Cs: https://t.co/3iSK3RXijw pic.twitter.com/6UbRMminzl
— Lidl GB (@LidlGB) January 20, 2020
Alternatively, you can head to Facebook and comment with a bakery item on the company’s post announcing the competition.
Once you’ve done that, you will be automatically entered into the free prize draw.
Entrants must be aged 18 or over when they enter, and must be a resident of the UK (excluding Northern Ireland). People can only enter the competition once, and cannot work for, or be related to Lidl employees.
The competition, which opened this morning (20 Jan) at 12:01am is only open today - and will close at 11:59pm tonight.
How is a winner chosen?
Lidl will pick a winner drawn from all entries on Facebook and Twitter within seven working days of the closing date.
They will also choose a reserve winner A, and a reserve winner B. If the first choice winner cannot be contacted, the prize will revert to reserve winner A. If they cannot be contacted, it will revert to reserve winner B.
The winner will actually be given a cheque by Lidl worth £365 - allowing them to buy £1 worth of items from one of its bakeries every day for a year.
The cheque itself needs to be cashed by the winner at their bank, and cannot be redeemed in a Lidl store.
The supermarket chain will also send the winner a decorative gold card the cheque - though sadly it only be decorative.