22 July 2011

Tip readers: good news


Technology has moved on, and Health24 is making some exciting tech upgrades.

Not to worry – most of it is seamless, and all you’ll see of it is that Health24's service gets even faster and better.

One of the changes we’re sure you’ll like is that we’ve found a way of simplifying the points system used to reward loyal daily tip readers; and we’ve doubled the monthly prize from R1 000 to R2 000.

The new system kicks in on 1 August 2011. From that day, every time you open your tip, your involvement gets logged, and at the end of every month, you’ll get an entry into a lucky draw for every time you’ve read it. On the last day of every calendar month, the lucky winner of R2 000 will be announced.

But what about all the points our readers have accumulated through the years? We have some fabulous news on that front: we’ve decided to have a retirement party for them, in the form of a great big bonus giveaway exclusively for loyal daily tip readers like you!

The great prizes we’ve lined up are:

Two pairs of funky, fashionable Oakley sunglasses (one for men and one for women)


R3 000 cash for one lucky person.

This is what you have to do:

NOTHING! We’re making it dead easy.

At noon on the 29th of July, we will have a lucky draw. For every point you have accumulated, you get one automatic entry into the giveaway. So if you have 280 points, you get 280 entries. It’s as easy as that!

Winners will get a mail from us by the end of the day letting them know they’ve got lucky; and winners’ names will be published here, where we always do.

I’m sure you’re as happy as we are about the new improved system, and good luck on all fronts!


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