Can you spot our famous dad? Win a £25 Amazon voucher with our Father’s Day competition

Father’s Day is coming, so why not join in the fun and see if you can spot the famous dad we’re shining the spotlight on – and be in with a chance of winning a £25 Amazon voucher.

Simply head on over to our Facebook page or Twitter page and add the correct name of out disguised dad to the timeline and you’re in the draw.

Identify this dad and you could win £25 Amazon voucher

Don’t forget to share and Like our Facebook post, or retweet the comp on Twitter.

Remember, only entries on Facebook and Twitter will be accepted.

Terms and conditions… here’s what you need to know

Terms and conditions

1. The competition is open to all UK residents, except APH employees (and their families).
2. Only correct entries made on https://www.facebook.com/AirportParkingHotels/ or https://twitter.com/aphparking before midday on Monday, June 25, 2018 will be entered into the prize draw.
3. One winner will be drawn at random from all correct entries during the following week.
4. The winner will receive a digital £25 Amazon voucher.
5. No substitutions and no equivalent cash value will be offered.
6. Winners are solely responsible for all expenses not specified in the prize description including those associated incidental expenses associated with claiming the prize.
7. Winners will be notified on Facebook or Twitter as soon as possible after the competition draw.
8. Prizes must be claimed before September 25, 2018
9. Winners’ names will be published and the winner may be asked to participate in publicity.
10. Winners of the competition agree that neither APH nor its employees or any sponsors shall have any liability in connection with the acceptance or use of any of the prizes awarded herein.

Image credit for images used in video: Wikipedia


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