Five win ‘Treasure Hunt – Spell and Win Summer’
August 16, 2013

Five win ‘Treasure Hunt – Spell and Win Summer’

Five Digicel customers are counting their lucky stars and cherishing their winnings having been rewarded in the company’s Summer Promotion, ‘Treasure Hunt – Spell and Win Summer’.{{more}}

Last Friday saw the second round of the Treasure Hunt and instead of the stipulated three winners, two extra winners were rewarded.

The Treasure Hunt moved to the Grenadines where Marlon Bibby won a microwave in Canouan and Junior Wallace of Bequia was rewarded with EC$500, while Noelene Osborn, also of Bequia, won a DL600 smart phone. Meanwhile, Onike Spann won a Galaxy Tablet and was rewarded on the mainland and Micah Cumberbatch figured out a riddle that was given live on Hot 97.1 FM and won herself EC$250.

Digicel’s ‘Treasure Hunt – Spell and Win Summer’ promotion seeks to reward both Prepaid and Postpaid customers, who have to gather letters to spell the word ‘TREASURE’.

These letters are sent to customers’ phones when they top up or pay their bills in full and on time.

Prepaid customers that top up between EC$10 and EC$14.99 will receive one letter via text message approximately 60 minutes after top up, while prepaid customers that top up $15 or more will receive two letters.

Each customer that spells the word TREASURE wins a chance to dip in Digicel’s treasure chest which contains huge prizes, including smart phones, televisions, Coreas Hazells gift vouchers, laptops and cash, among other things.

Postpaid customers who pay their bill in full and on time will be given letters (via text message). The payment of the bill must be within the promotional period, which is Friday, July 19th to Saturday August 31st. In order to receive one entry, a payment of $60 to $99 must be made. To receive two entries, a payment of $100 or more must be made.

Once a customer gathers all the letters that spell the word TREASURE, they will be informed via text message and asked to come in to a Digicel location and dip from the wooden treasure chest that will contain EC$100,000 in cash and prizes.

Cumberbatch, who was happy to win the money, was listening to Hot 97.1 when Digicel’s Marketing manager Juno DeRoche and Digicel’s summer intern Danielle Cupid asked a riddle live on air.

The riddle read, “what starts with P and ends with E, but has thousands of letters?”. Cumberbatch went to the post office where she met a Digicel employee and walked away with EC$250.

More persons will be rewarded today Friday, August 16.