Our Renew Without the Queue campaign encouraged customers to switch to our Touch smartcard when they renewed their season tickets. To celebrate, customers were given the opportunity to win back the value of their season ticket in our exclusive competition! So who were our worthy winners?
First up was (rather surprised) Simon Hunt:
“Amazing. I didn’t even know I had been entered in to a draw. What a bonus to brighten up my January - thanks SWR!”
February saw the very lucky Tim Moss start planning his family holiday after winning the value of his annual season ticket back! He told us:
"I was absolutely delighted to hear that I had won the price of my season ticket in the monthly draw. I suspect there will be some negotiations held with my family as to how best to spend the cash. I can imagine it going towards an extra holiday this year, which will be a real treat for us all."
Fiona Whyte won our March draw, and is looking forward to making the most of her summer:
“I was not expecting to win the prize draw so it was a pleasant surprise to find out that I had. I am looking forward to using the money to pay for some great days out with my family and to make our summer holiday even more memorable.”
Our final draws were held in April, with Sarah Davidson and David Shefras being our lucky winners.
Sarah Davidson, on being drawn and winning back the value of her season ticket, said:
"I was absolutely over the moon on receiving the email that I won - I actually had to confirm that it wasn’t an April fools! I plan on saving the money to pay for next year’s ticket.
"The Touch Smartcard is so much easier and more reliable than the old tickets - I am so happy to be using it now!"
David Shefras won the full value of his monthly season ticket. On winning his prize, David said:
"I was surprised and delighted to receive the email about winning in the prize draw. Switching to the Touch Smartcard has been seamless and very easy, and has been made even more worthwhile by winning back the cost of my monthly ticket.
"I will use the money towards a long weekend away somewhere in the UK."