Cactus if u can- Win a tank of fuel!
Win a tank of fuel with Portfield Citroen!
We have joined up with Portfield Citroen to bring you "Cactus if you Can", the brand new competition giving you the chance to win yourself a full tank of fuel*.
Every week day on the McGinley in the Morning Show we will give out clues to the location. On the Friday we will be at the secret location in the "Cactus if you can" car from 11am- 12pm waiting to be discovered, and taking the details of our lucky listeners who cracked the clues. On the following Monday we will draw a winner.
To be in with the chance of winning...
1. Simply tune in to McGinley in the Morning each weekday for clues to where our yellow Citroen C4 "Cactus if you Can" car will be.
2. Stuart and the Cactus car will be hidden at the secret location from 11pm each Friday. Identify where he is from the clues, find him and fill in your details to go into the draw.
3. There will be a draw on the following Monday morning each week, and you could be winning a FREE tank of fuel with Portfield Citroen!
* FREE tank of fuel up to the maximum value of £70
Citroen C4 Cactus
The New Citroen C4 Cactus is now available on 0% finance or Elect 3 PCP with 4.9% APR and £1000 deposit contribution.
Here's where family life fits beautifully. Spacious, welcoming and free from clutter, The New Citroen C4 Cactus is a fun,, relaxing place to travel with loads of thoughtful details and storage solutions. the big sofa style front seats are stylish and comfy, whilst there's generous legroom for everyone in the back.
Acres of space and ingenious storage solutions might sound like the recipe for a big exterior, but not with New Citroen C4 Cactus. Its amazingly compact and has minimal footprint for such an accomodating car. You wouldnt guess at a galnce that there's a seriously useful 358 litres of boot space waiting for you for all your belongings.
With low running costs the Citroen C4 has the latest generation of Cotroen engines. Go for the amazing BlueHDi 100 diesel and you'll benefit from CO2 emissions as low as 812g/km and fuel economy up to 91mpg on the official combined cycle.