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20 Aussies to score $1,000 this weekend

Jessica Yun
·2-min read
(Source: Getty)
(Source: Getty)

Twenty Australians stand to score $1,000 to spend at as part of the online retailer’s 14th birthday.

Catch has a total of 30 ‘Golden Tickets’ worth $1,000 to give away during the birthday week between 6 October and 11 October, but ten have already been snapped up.

The ‘Golden Tickets’ coincide with Catch’s birthday sale, which sees 50 to 90 per cent off on brands like Calvin Klein, Bonds, Havaianas and BlueAnt wireless headphones.

There are also sales on other brands like Dyson, KitchenAid, Ray Ban, Asics, French Connection, Beats Headphones, Maxwell & Williams, Kathmandu, and Glasshouse candles.

Catch customers can save $150 on Beats Studio3 headphones, with 67 per cent struck off the retail $449 price tag.

Shoppers can also purchase a Michael Kors tote bag for $158 instead of $199, saving 21 per cent.

According to the retailer’s chief marketing officer Ryan Gracie, the ‘Golden Tickets’ were being given away to thank customers for shopping despite the pandemic.

“After what has been a difficult year so far, Aussies deserve a real celebration,” he said.

“Throughout the pandemic, even more Australians have discovered the ease and convenience of online shopping with Catch, delivered directly to their front doors.

“What better way to say thanks than throwing our biggest and best ever birthday sale with amazing deals on their favourite brands, and giving Aussies a chance to win a whopping total of $30,000 in our Golden Ticket Giveaway.”

How do I score a $1,000 Golden Ticket?

As there are only 20 tickets remaining, you'll need to move quick.

You just have to make any purchase on between now, and 11:59pm Sunday 11 October.

The winner will receive the ticket “in their delivery” to spend at Catch.

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