Vodacom Announces First ShakeOff 2020 Mini Cooper Winner

Vodacom’s ShakeOff 2020
The winner Samantha Cross and Vodacom’s Chief Officer of the Consumer Business Jorge Mendes at the car handover.

Vodacom today announced the first winner of the Vodacom ShakeOff 2020 competition launched last month.

The country’s leading network has introduced new interactive gamification and rewards campaign called Summer #ShakeOff 2020.

Vodacom is giving away three Mini Coopers, R4.5 million in cash prizes and more.

Today, Vodacom’s Chief Officer of the Consumer Business Jorge Mendes handed over a Mini Copper to Samantha Cross.

By simply shaking their devices, customers can receive rewards to supplement their spending this summer, with discounted offers, cash prizes, cash vouchers and awesome vouchers through Vodacom’s extensive reward partner network consisting of leading retailers and food outlets across the country.

This year, the ShakeOff Summer campaign will leverage the newly launched VodaBucks Rewards Programme, where customers can Earn, Bank and Spend their share of 1 billion VodaBucks during this campaign.

Customers can use 1 VodaBuck to purchase up to 5 additional Shakes per day or 5 VodaBucks to unlock a Mega Shake for greater chances of winning.

This year’s exciting new game, enabled through a Daily or Mega Shake, allows Vodacom customers to collect puzzle pieces towards the grand prize albums. By collecting all puzzle pieces to a specific album, customers can win that prize!

There are 10 prize categories in total, with daily mystery prizes as well as weekly and monthly grand prizes up for grabs. With each puzzle piece collected, Vodacom customers move one step closer to winning the grand prize.

The first customers to successfully collect all the relevant pieces to the album could win the amazing grand prizes, including cash, appliances, Samsung Z-phone devices and a brand-new Mini Cooper exclusively available to customers shaking via the My Vodacom App.




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