Takahashi is a website that offers online competitions, prizes and give-aways. By visiting the site you can take your chances and stand an opportunity to win one of a range of prizes.
One of the competitions available on the site is the Takahashi PicknPay competition.
The retail giant is giving entrants a chance to win a R500 PicknPay voucher. If you want to save yourself some extra cash the next time you go grocery shopping, simply visit www.takahashi.co.za and complete a survey to enter.
The competition is open to all residents of South Africa, who can provide a valid ID or valid residence permit.
To qualify for the competition, participants have to complete the online survey within the specified time frame.
You can only enter the competition once and you cannot enter if you’ve won in the past 3 months. Prizes cannot be exchanged for cash.
With headquarters in Cape Town, Western Cape, PicknPay was established in 1967. Founded by Jack Goldin, a Lithuanian born businessman, the JSE-listed retail company has grown to become the second largest supermarket chain store in South Africa.
Raymond Ackerman purchased 3 stores from Goldin and pioneered the PicknPay brand. The company currently employs 50 000 people all over South Africa. Its current chairman is Gareth Ackerman, so to Raymond Ackerman.
To get some inspiration when entering the Takashi PicknPay competition, you can take the popular saying Raymond Ackerman lives by, “Winning isn’t everything- it’s the only thing”.
Entering the competition is simple – all you need is some time, access to the internet and a reliable computer or smart device.
If you do win the competition, you can use the voucher to save on some of your shopping costs. Buy groceries or an appliance, or buy as much data as you’d like to – the choice is yours.