Christmas is upon us and Mick George Ltd is delivering the presents this year.Posh fans have an extra reason to be Merry this Christmas as attending the Boxing Day fixture against Chesterfield at the ABAX Stadium will provide the opportunity for four lucky supporters to have a go at winning a cash prize of £500 in addition to the existing prizes up for grabs for successfully completing the half time ‘Chip in the Skip’ challenge.
The club will select two lucky home supporters to take part in the half time challenge by randomly selecting two match day ticket numbers. An even bigger incentive to attend the game, as the mighty Posh look to continue their impressive run of form. You can also register online for your chance to take part in the Skip Challenge and win over £500 in prizes.
Club sponsors Mick George Ltd will select another two contestants from the list of applicants that register here to take part at each home fixture. So Mick George Ltd are increasing the stakes and laying down the gauntlet to you. Successfully chip the ball into the Mick George skip on Boxing Day and receive a cash prize of £500 plus your weight in chocolate supplied by club short sponsor the Snaxgroup.
And don’t forget that there are numerous other prizes for landing in the Wheelie Bins. And that’s not all, with a twist on the current format Mick George Ltd are now proposing to increase the cash prize fund by £50 a match for every game that passes without somebody successfully completing the challenge and which will continue to accumulate until somebody is successful.
Neil Johnson, Director at Mick George Ltd commented: "Ever since we introduced the half time entertainment it has been extremely well received, whether that be in the format of ‘Mick the Skip’ mascot, Cheerleaders or in this case the ‘Chip in the Skip’ challenge. If we can enhance the occasion then we’re always keen to do so.’’
Johnson continued: "The increased prize fund will hopefully add a little extra excitement, and in view of the current success rate wouldn’t rule out the possibility of a rollover in excess of £1,000 up for grabs come the last game, although I’d like to be proven wrong.’’