Win a Hello Voucher Card!!


Hello Voucher is one of the latest discount cards on the scene in Birmingham, joining the likes of The Gastro Card and The Independent Birmingham card, and I have 4 of these cards to give away to lucky readers!

Hello voucher offers ‘voucher’ discounts on a wide range of services and activities across Birmingham, so whether you want to dine out, work out, pamper yourself in glorious salons and spas, shop, sightsee, fix your teeth, buy new glasses, order takeaway, pose for a photo shoot, or even learn how to nail the Trapeze – the Hello Voucher Card caters to all and to everything!

Naturally as Birminghams food scene is so great at the moment, happily, many of the offers and vouchers are food related too!

HelloVoucherCard - Logo


Some of the great places involved at the moment include

  • The Victoria
  • Jekyll & Hyde
  • Blue Rabbit
  • Warehouse Café
  • Kinnaree Thai
  • Saint Kitchen
  • Anderson & Hill Deli
  • WrapChic

and many, many more. The vouchers range from 2-4-1 deals to a % off the bill.

There’s already more than 100 vouchers and all of these can be seen on the website, and more are being added all the time. The cards RRP at £23.99 but can currently be snapped up for a bargain £10 on the website. More than 3000 brummies are already owners of this great card, so don’t miss out!

I have 4 cards to give away to some of my lucky readers using the Rafflecopter giveaway below!

Click here to enter —->>> a Rafflecopter giveaway



Terms & Conditions

  • There are 4 cards up for grabs
  • The giveaway will run from 31/8/2014 until 6/9/2014 at midnight. 
  • Winners will be notified after the giveaway ends and have 1 week to provide their contact details or another winner will be drawn
  • The cards will be sent out in second class royal mail post
  • The owner of this blog accepts no responsibility for lost post

22 thoughts on “Win a Hello Voucher Card!!

  1. susan willshee says:

    I love walking down Corporation Street. At the moment it’s fun to watch the work moving on to install the tram lines but I love the shops, the statue of Tony Hancock – basically I love walking down from New Street to the ring road by the new University buildings – it’s such a varied and interesting walk.


  2. maxine m partridge says:

    i dont get there as often as id like (i used to live there) so im assuming a lot of it has changed (as it regularly does). i like to just have a walk about and see where takes our fancy when we go now


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