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Spot Ant and Dec? How to earn £1,500 cash by finding sculptures UK News

Santander is giving away a limited number of cash prizes worth £1.5,000 for a single day.

After more than 1,000 hours and 5,000 recycled energy bills, television duo Ant and Dec have been transformed into life-size origami statues made solely from household bills.

Members of the public who find the statues in their town can scan a QR code to enter a raffle for the chance to win one of 30 cash prizes of £1,500 to help pay their utility bills public.

For a limited time only, the Ant and Dec origami statues will be placed in cities across the UK on Friday 18th March.

Times Series: The origami statue of Santander Ant and Dec in Newcastle earlier in March.  Photos via Santander.Santander Ant and Dec’s origami statue in Newcastle earlier in March. Photos via Santander.

Participating towns include Brighton New Road in Brighton, New Cathedral Street in Manchester, Bristol Cabot Circus Centre, Site G2 in Broadmead and Penn Street, Broadmead, Bristol.

It comes as Santander links up with MasterCard to help customers win the chance to have their bills paid for an entire year.

The showcasing pair feature in Santander’s latest ‘Bank of Antandec’ TV advert highlighting how Santander is rewarding customers with cashback on household bills through their checking accounts 1 | 2 | 3.

Dan Sherwood, Marketing Director at Santander: “Ant and Dec, veteran banking CEOs, are back and coming to a high street near you; this time in origami form.

“Spot the pair on your outing and enter for a chance to win one of 30 cash prizes of £1,500 for your utility bills. You’ll need to be quick as they won’t be around for long.”

Meanwhile, Agnes Woolrich, Head of Marketing, Mastercard UK & Ireland: “We are delighted to be working with Santander to show how we can find everyday joy, who would have thought you could find the nation’s favorite duo made household bills?

“The Santander 1|2|3 current account and Mastercard debit card are there for the big and small moments in everyday life, giving customers peace of mind when spending on the things that matter to them.”

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This notice was published: 2022-03-18 12:19:07

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