There are just three days to go until registration closes for the new retailer scheme in support of  the Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday’s Golden Wallets promotion, so don’t miss out on the chance of winning £500.

Throughout June, Mail  readers have had the opportunity to win up to £25,000 in the newspapers’  Golden Wallets promotion, while there are £500 cash prizes for retailers displaying supporting point of sale material, registering their store details at https://www.mymail.co.uk/pages/retailwallets and uploading photographs of any in-store displays and anything being done to promote the game to customers.

All retailers registering by this Friday – June 19 – will receive their own virtual Golden Cash Wallet which will be emailed week commencing June 29. Prizes will range from £10 to £500.

In a further initiative, that is exclusive to the NFRN, all members registering will be automatically entered into the Mail’s Nectar Millionaire competition that will run throughout July.

In turn, they will receive special MyMail POS material to promote the loyalty scheme to their Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday customers.

With the clock ticking, Mr Reddish said: “With cash prizes of up to £500 for registering retailers, exclusive MyMail POS for NFRN members and the chance to win Nectar points, make sure that you don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity – act now.”

Mail Newspapers senior national account manager Andy Law said: “The Golden Wallet campaign not only offers our readers the opportunity to win ‘cash’ prizes, but also a chance for retailers to maximise their sales of the Mail. Simply display the provided POS material and promote the campaign during the four weeks’ period and, where possible, provide secondary displays in stores.”

“The incentive offers retailers the chance to take part in their own version of the Golden Wallets promotion. This provides an opportunity to win ‘cash’ prizes as well as growing sales throughout the promotional period.”

Please note, due to gaming laws this promotion is not available in Northern Ireland.

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