Gold Ticket competition

A Golden Ticket competition has been created to celebrate the launch of a new loyalty app encouraging more visitors to shop local this Easter.

The Prize draw will see six lucky people winning £250 worth of Paisley town centre gift vouchers.

Paisley First Chairman, Ian Henderson, said: “This is a great initiative to promote our fantastic businesses within Paisley town centre. When people shop and socialise locally they really are making a huge difference to their local community.

“Not only will people benefit from great offers every week but they also have the chance to win £250 worth of gift vouchers. Why go anywhere else?”

The app offers many discounts and special promotions all year round from the businesses that choose to take part.

Paisley First teamed up with LoyalFree, the digital loyalty app, to help promote local Paisley businesses.

The Golden Ticket competition will run from Thursday March 29 until Monday April 16 with a large number of Paisley First businesses taking part in the Easter holiday competition.

The app operates every day of the year offering visitors great deals from local retailers to food and drink to health to hair and beauty outlets.

Customers will be given a Golden Ticket with their receipt in participating outlets to win the £250 voucher the customer has to fill out the ticket with their contact details and post it in one of the Golden Ticket mail boxes within the Paisley town centre and the Piazza shopping centre.

The draw for the six lucky winners will held on Tuesday April 3, April 10 and April 17 and two will be selected on each date all winning a £250 voucher to be spent within town centre businesses.

To download the LoyalFree app for free visit or for more information about on the Paisley First Golden Ticket Competition visit

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John Glover is the features editor for Clyde Outside. He has written for numerous publications such as the Scottish Sun and Daily Record. Within the last two years he has interviewed some high profile talent such as Irvine Welsh and James Cosmo.

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