7-Eleven and CLiQQ launch first ever minute-long game show
MANILA, Philippines – Have you ever seen a game show that’s already done in just under a minute?
Well, that’s how long (or short) 7-Eleven and CLiQQ’s “Ang Pinakamabilis na Game Show” [The fastest game show] is.
Hosted by Kleggy Abaya of Banda ni Kleggy, “Ang Pinakamabilis na Game Show” is a series of 9 one-minute Facebook live episodes of Kleggy giving away free CLiQQ gift codes via CLiQQ’s Facebook page.
It started airing last December 13 and has upcoming episodes on January 9 and 10.
Every 7:11 pm, thousands of viewers patiently wait for every episode hoping to win one of the P1000, P500, and P100 CLiQQ gift codes. But only those with the fastest fingers (or a secret winning strategy) get to score a prize.
So, what is CLiQQ and why would you want to catch one of these gift codes yourself?
If you’re a frequent 7-Eleven customer, you probably had one of those green Everyday Rewards Card. That has been rebranded to CLiQQ in 2016.
The CLiQQ Wallet, which can be accessed using the CLiQQ app available on Google Play and the Apple App Store, is a closed loop wallet which can be loaded with cash and used to purchase anything available in 7-Eleven stores. So, when you have CLiQQ Wallet credits, it’s indeed as good as cash.
You can also earn points and rewards while using your CLiQQ app and use the points you earn to redeem 7-Eleven products.
On top of this, your CLiQQ app can also be used to buy load and pay bills: electricity, cable TV, credit card, insurance, internet, loans, telco, water, tuition. You can also use it to pay for airline tickets, government fees, gaming credits, toll fees, and even to send aid or donation.
Now that we’re slowly turning into a cashless society, apps like CLiQQ enable Filipinos to enjoy the safety and convenience of going cashless without the worries and troubles of enrolling for a credit card.
You can also give the gift of convenience through CLiQQ Wallet Gift Cards that are available in all 7-Eleven stores, in denominations of P1000, P500 and P100. It's a gift that’s so useful we're sure its recipients won't ever recycle it.
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