Login

  • SU Directory
  • Trading
  • NUS Extra

News

Molson Coors mobile vouchering promotion

No ratings yet. Log in to rate.

If you haven’t done so already, now is the time to activate your Coors Light, Carling or Grolsh mobile vouchering promotion.

Here are some details about the promotion we want you to note:

  • When your customer downloads their voucher, they will only be able to redeem it for their free half pint 24 hours later, so it encourages them to come back to your bar
  • Getting your bar staff behind it and actively promoting the chance to get a free half pint will encourage voucher downloads
  • Texts are only charged at standard network tariff, so please don’t worry about your customers being charged for texts

We want you to get the most from this promotion, so please don’t delay in activating it. You can download the bar staff briefing here. Please make sure you utilise the POS pack.

We are also preparing some images you can use on your Facebook pages to help you promote the offer to your students. If there’s any other support you feel would help you to activate this promotion, please let us know.

Comments

No comments have been made. Please log in to comment.
 
Some features of this site - including article viewing - require javascript enabled.
You must be logged in to view this article - Login now

Share

Latest in campaigns

Government must stop targeting students or this will be lost generation

Ahead of NUS-USI’s annual Conference which is commencing on Tuesday 31 March, NUS-USI President Rebecca Hall has said that government must stop targeting students with cuts or they will become a lost generation. She also said that the Westminster government must deliver votes at 16 for students in Northern Ireland so that they can have a say on the cuts that are affecting their everyday lives and future education and career prospects.

 
Rhybudd Dirprwy Lywydd UCM Cymru fod 'pobl ifanc wedi eu datgysylltu o wleidyddiaeth ddatganoledig'

Gyda thoc dros flwyddyn tan etholiad y Cynulliad Cenedlaethol, mae Dirprwy Lywydd UCM Cymru Ebbi Ferguson wedi rhybuddio fod pobl ifanc yng Nghymru wedi eu datgysylltu o wleidyddiaeth ddatganoledig.

 
'Young people are estranged from devolved politics', warns NUS Wales Deputy President

With a little over a year to go until the National Assembly for Wales elections, NUS Wales Deputy President Ebbi Ferguson has warned that young people in Wales are estranged from devolved politics.

 
Mae pethau wedi tawelu ar ôl Cynhadledd UCM Cymru 2015!

Nawr fod pethau wedi setlo rywfaint ar ôl Cynhadledd UCM Cymru yn Llandrindod yr wythnos ddiwethaf, dyma’r newyddion o’r ail ac olaf ddiwrnod yn ein cyfarfod blynyddol.

 
The dust has settled after NUS Wales Conference 2015!

Now that the dust has settled after our NUS Wales Conference in Llandrindod last week, here’s a quick round-up of what happened on the second and final day of our annual get-together.

 
#CofrestraCyfaill

Fwy na thebyg, ar ôl ymdrech fawr #PleidlaisYGenhedlaeth ar Ddiwrnod Cenedlaethol Cofrestru i Bleidleisio, bydd llawer ohonoch yn barod i gael dweud eich dweud yn yr Etholiad Cyffredinol fis Mai. Ond mae rhai ar ôl, ac mae angen dy help di i’w cofrestru. #CofrestraCyfaill

 
 

Latest news

Students’ Unions Local – Coming to a town near you!

We are delighted to inform you of our upcoming Students’ Union Local events. These specially designed one-day events have been created to meet the needs of officers and staff in students’ unions.

 
NUS Black Students' Officer Malia Bouattia wins #EightWomen award

Malia Bouattia has been voted a winner of Media Diversified’s #EightWomen awards.

 
Charity fundraising partner Student Adventures goes into administration

It has come to our attention that recently that a charity fundraising partner used by many Students’ Unions, Student Adventures, has gone into liquidation and is ceasing to trade.

 
Proposed GCSE reforms could be detrimental to many students

NUS vice president Joe Vinson explains why the Government's planned reforms to GCSE’s (the most significant set of reforms in the history of these qualifications) could be detrimental to students, and offers advice to GCSE students on their next steps.

 
University students warned to stay vigilant amidst suspected mobile phone fraud

The National Mobile Phone Crime Unit (NMPCU) has launched an investigation into a suspected mobile phone fraud targeting students at universities across the UK.

 
NUS criticises ‘Know Your Limits’ rape poster campaign

NUS has expressed huge concern today at the ‘Know Your Limits’ recent poster campaign to tackle rape. The poster points out that in a third of reported rapes the victim had been drinking and warns people to monitor their alcohol consumption. It is available for download on the Home Office website and has been sighted in NHS premises.

 
 

Most Read

Trending/Most Shared articles

 

Recent Comments