Enter UNISON’s prize draw

Enter UNISON’s prize draw

From 15 February until the beginning of May, UNISON are running a major prize draw, with a top prize of £10,000 cash for the lucky winner.

Entry is open to all existing members and new members; but we ask that you update or verify your email address and mobile numbers to enter.

This data will be essential for the union in the year ahead, given the current threats in the Trade Union Bill and the increasing need to be able to contact our members quickly and easily. Because of this, we’ve asked our UNISONplus partners to contribute prizes to help ensure the success of this draw, keeping costs to UNISON at a minimum.

Why is UNISON running this prize draw?

Being able to contact members cheaply and easily – particularly using digital means such as email or text messages – could be a vital component of our future effectiveness as a union.

If we have a large number of members to contact about their membership (for example if we need to switch them to direct debit), need to hold electronic ballots or get their opt-in to things like the political funds, we will save lots of time and money if people can do this digitally. The starting point for that is always having the right digital contact details for them, which is why this prize draw focuses on just two key pieces of information: personal email address and mobile number.

UNISON already has my email address and mobile number, can I enter?

Yes, you can. Just visit the prize draw entry form on this website and verify the email address and mobile number provided, and agree to the terms and conditions of the prize draw.

What are you waiting for? Enter the draw now https://www.unison.org.uk/prizedraw/enter

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