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TODAY ONLY: Win £100 in Heathrow shopping vouchers with Official Heathrow Parking

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TODAY ONLY we are running a one-day competition on Head for Points in association with Official Heathrow Parking.

One lucky reader will win £100 of Heathrow shopping vouchers, valid at any participating shop, restaurant or bar at Heathrow Airport*.

Introducing Official Heathrow Parking

Official Heathrow Parking is the dedicated airport parking service run directly by Heathrow Airport. For the business or leisure traveller who is primarily concerned with convenience, Offical Heathrow Parking is by far the easiest solution – letting you park as near as 45 metres from the terminals.

You may not be aware of the full range of products available. These include (services vary by terminal):

Heathrow Short Stay – no paperwork, no shuttle bus, you keep your keys, walk to the terminal. Pre-book for great savings compared to the drive up price.

Heathrow Valet Parking – drop your car on the terminal forecourt and when you return it will be waiting for you

Heathrow Pod Parking – available at Terminal 5 only, park close to the terminal and transfer in a driverless pod (see photo below)

Heathrow Business – available at all terminals except for Terminal 4 with a shorter bus journey than the long stay car park

Heathrow Meet & Greet – leave your car in a dedicated area in the short stay car park, staff will park your car and have it waiting for you when you return (pre-book only)

Heathrow Long Stay – a cost-effective option for longer trips with a shuttle bus to the terminal, you keep your keys

Heathrow Drop & Ride – available at terminal 4 only, leave your car at the reception area in the long stay car park and immediately jump on the shuttle bus, staff will park your car for you

Whatever your parking requirements, the added convenience and unrivalled reputation of Official Heathrow Parking should make it a serious option on your next business or leisure trip.  You can check out the website here.

What can you win?

We are giving away £100 of Heathrow shopping vouchers today to one lucky reader.

These will be valid until 31st December 2018 and can be used at any participating shop, restaurant or bar at Heathrow Airport*.

How do you win?

It’s easy.

All you need to do is complete the automated form at the bottom of this article with your name and email address. That’s it!

The deadline for entries is midnight TONIGHT, Monday 14th November. The winner will be announced on Head for Points in a couple of days.

You must be a UK resident to enter and you will need to be physically present in the UK in order for the entry software to register your entry.

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The other rules

Please read this before you enter. The full rules, which take precedence over this summary, can be found by clicking ‘Terms & Conditions’ in the entry widget.

Entrants must be aged 18 years or over and a UK resident

The competition will launch at 5.45am on 14th November and closes at midnight UK time on the same day.

Please ensure that you put a valid email address on the entry form.

The winner will be picked at random by the software which collates the entries.

There is no cash alternative to the prize which is a £100 Heathrow shopping voucher

The prize is valid until 31st December 2018.

Entries are limited to one per person.

Your email details will not be used by Head for Points for any other purpose and will not be shared with Official Heathrow Parking (unless you win).

Under UK law we are obliged to make the name of the winner available upon request.

The joint promoters of the competition are Head for Points and Official Heathrow Parking, contact details available on request.

Good luck to everyone.

* Full terms and conditions on the vouchers: The vouchers are not valid at Bureau de Change, Post Office counters, staff shops, vending & gaming machines and are not valid against purchases of medicines, prescription items, gift vouchers, postage stamps or tobacco products.

If you cannot see the entry widget below, please click here to be taken to a special entry page.

Comments (66)

  • Mark says:

    Was anybody else getting this? Does it mean my entry hasn’t gone through?

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  • Roddy says:

    Just checked prices and the meet and greet was it’s usual 30pct higher than the competition- yawn

    • @mkcol says:

      Didn’t know there was an alternative for Meet & Greet at LHR. Which company?

      • Sam Wardill says:

        I used Maple Manor last time booked via Holiday Extras. They seem well reviewed and I had no complaints. They were much cheaper than Heathrow.

  • Al says:

    Keep getting error message as below.

    “Login to your existing account
    [email protected]
    has already been used to log in to Gleam.
    Please login to your linked account:”

    Cleared cache as suggested above – no change. Won’t let me log in.

    Seems to want me to log into a Twitter Account linked to my email address.

    Two probs with this…1) I don’t have a twitter account linked yo this email address. 2) Even if I did have a linked Twitter account am not cool with the Glean app being able to ….

    Read Tweets from your timeline.
    See who you follow, and follow new people.
    Update your profile.
    Post Tweets for you.

    Suggestions?

    • Rob says:

      Use ‘private browsing’ to avoid the existing cookie and use a different email.

  • Jon says:

    6PA

  • Oyster says:

    Shouldn’t the Ts & Cs state it ends st 23:59 today rather than midnight? Didn’t midnight on the 14th actually happen last night?

    • Rob says:

      Possibly …. 🙂

      They’ve always said midnight I think.

    • RussellH says:

      Indeed.

      Which is why timetables, whether, rail, ferry or airline always say 2359 or 0001, not 2400 or 0000. The great USA, of course, excepted, where they have still not realised that there are 24 hours in a day, but that times post 1200 are bold.
      🙂

  • Paul says:

    Any chance you can remove the form’s region restriction? After all, your (UK) readers like me are often, you know, travelling 😉

  • Nate1309 says:

    I do love the POD

  • Graham Walsh says:

    Same issue for me, travelling in Oslo this week. VPN is not available as our VPN is to our Oslo office.

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