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Our Very First ‘Top-It-Up’ Prize Draw Winners Have Been Revealed!

prize draw winners revealed

In October, Shepherds Friendly launched the ‘Top-It-Up’ prize draw, giving our members the chance to win an Amazon.co.uk Gift Card – just by topping up their ISAs! Now, we’re pleased to share that our first ever winners have been revealed.

Whatever you’re saving for, whether it’s for your children’s futures, towards a new home or just for a rainy day, it’s always best to make the most of your money. Topping up your Stocks and Shares or Junior ISA is a great way to do this and, thanks to our monthly ‘Top-It-Up’ prize draws, there are even more reasons to give your ISA an extra boost.

The new prize draw was unveiled in October and the rules are simple: top up your Stocks and Shares ISA by a minimum of £100 and you’ll automatically enter the prize draw to win one of three £100 Amazon.co.uk Gift Cards. The more you top up, the more entries you get!

Members paying into a Junior ISA can also get involved; topping up by £50 – £400 will get you up to five entries to win one of three £50 Gift Cards.

Digital Marketing Executive Liam Cross, who launched and coordinated the initiative, said:

“We introduced this prize draw as a way of giving something back to our members. It’s important to save and we wanted an opportunity to reward members for doing so.”

There will be a draw every single month, and we can finally reveal our October winners! So, without further ado, congratulations to our very first ‘Top-It-Up’ winners:

  • Peter Rice
  • Nigel Groom
  • Despina McCall
  • Andrew Parsons
  • Graham Frost
  • Carl Bibby

Your Amazon.co.uk Gift Cards are on the way!

Do you want to get your hands on a free Amazon.co.uk gift card? This month’s ‘Top-It-Up’ prize draw is live now! Just top up your Stocks and Shares ISA or Junior ISA for your chance to win.

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