Win a Vauxhall Adam hatchback
You can win a Vauxhall Adam when you buy special Mars packs at Tesco stores
Tesco shoppers will automatically be entered into the running for the chance to win a brand new Vauxhall Adam Jam, when they buy a seven-pack of Mars bars – using their Tesco Clubcards in the process. The promotion is on now, will run until 11 February and there are five Vauxhall Adams up for grabs.
The partnership brings together England football team sponsors – Mars and Vauxhall, while 16 million of us have Tesco Club Cards.
Cheryl Stibbs, Vauxhall’s sponsorship marketing manager, said: “We think this is a great opportunity to reward loyal Tesco customers with a chance to drive home in a brand new Vauxhall ADAM Jam.”
Carrie Martin, Mars Chocolate UK retail excellence director, commented: “We are really proud to support the England football team and even prouder of the fans that get behind the team. This partnership is an opportunity for us to reward fans with a great offer.”
The Vauxhall Adam is Vauxhall’s answer to the MINI and Fiat 500 – small hatchbacks that are cheap to run and highly-customisable. More than 30,000 possible combinations of options can be specced on the Adam, allowing customers to end up with a car that is completely unique to them. While it lags behind rivals in terms of economy, the Adam’s 55mpg figure is still relatively frugal. It also has plenty of space in the front, but – as with the MINI and the Fiat 500 – the back seats are only really suitable for children.
In Jam specification, the Vauxhall gets equipment such as a DAB digital radio, with Bluetooth phone connection, air-conditioning, remote central door locking, and steering that has a ‘city’ setting to allow for easy manoeuvring in town.
To read a review on the Vauxhall Adam, or another model from the Vauxhall range, visit the Carbuyer Vauxhall reviews page.
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