The #YescapaXmas returns to finish off 2020. In addition to a contest on our social networks, this year a giveaway reserved for our users is accessible from the Yescapa website.
It's Christmas soon, so we’re giving away road trip holiday in a campervan or motorhome on Yescapa worth £300. The prize is given in a voucher form to be used for a future rental. You decide where and when you want to hit the road! There are over 8500 leisure vehicles to choose from!
You will also be able to win Yescapa goodies, t-shirts, pens, glasses, cigarette lighter, and many others ...
It's very simple, from the 15/12/20 to the 25/12/20 you must enter via:
All you have to do is comment on the publication by answering the question.
You can also (it will make us happy):
- like the Yescapa page;
- like the publication;
- share the giveaway post.
To play we must follow our Twitter and retweet the tweet of the contest.
For this new contest set up to spoil our users, owners and tenants, you must:
Go to the contest page: https://www.yescapa.co.uk/christmas-giveaway;
Complete the participation form;
Click on the "Send" button.
The terms and conditions are available here.
The whole team wishes you good luck and a happy holiday season! 🍀
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