TomTom are running a great online competition – TomTom Gives You More – and we’ve teamed up with the sat nav firm to give you an even better chance of winning!
The game gives players the chance to “unwrap the world” and win one of six unforgettable driving adventures, including the Grand Alpine Tour and the South African Garden route. Plus, there are thousands of other prizes to be won every hour.
You then pick a route to follow and help Christopher unwrap presents along the way. Once you’ve successfully unwrapped an entire route, you’ll be asked to create and upload a file that explains why you think you should win the holiday. It could be a video, a song, a short story or even a short poem. The most original and fun entry will win the route you just unwrapped.
TomTom has also created a special video for the campaign.
Win a TomTom Via 135…!
The thousands of runner up prizes up for grabs as you put your virtual unwrapping skills to the test include the TomTom Via 135 Europe sat nav device. And we’re giving our readers an extra opportunity to win one!
The Via 135 has a “Speak & Go” function so you can control it with your voice – just say an address or ‘take me home’ and it plans the route straight away. Bluetooth enables you to make and answer calls safely whilst driving, and advance lane guidance gives clear directions when navigating difficult junctions. It uses travel info shared by millions of drivers to get the best routes and most accurate arrival times, whatever the time of day.
And in a special Christmas promotion, TomTom is offering free maps for the lifetime of the product – worth £79.99. You’ll be able to download four brand new maps every year, totally free, meaning you receive all the latest updates to the road network, addresses and points of interest. Redemption is online with proof of purchase and the promotion runs until 24 December on all TomTom Via models.
For your extra chance to win the TomTom Via 135, just answer the question below:
What is the name of the guy who unwraps the presents in the TomTom Gives You More campaign?