The Loop campaign at Auckland Airport gets visitors in Rugby World Cup mood

By Luke Barras-hill |

Loop-Duty-Free-AucklandThe Loop Duty Free New Zealand has launched a ‘Ready, Rugby, Go’ campaign to trap spending from avid enthusiasts of the sport.

Travellers visiting the Aer Rianta International (ARI) branded store at Auckland International Airport until the end of September can benefit from a series of promotions.

These include a free gift with purchase on any of three specially marked products, with double points on purchases available to Auckland Airport Strata Club members.

INTERACTIVE PASSING GAME

Those spending more than $250 in store with their Mastercard will receive a complimentary limited edition official match ball – exclusive to The Loop Duty Free at Auckland Airport.

Separately, travellers can show off their rugby talent in a ‘Rugby Skills Challenge’ featuring a passing drill activity for a chance to win a 10% discount voucher.

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Travellers are being invited to test their passing skills via a pop-up outside the store. Those who pass the ball through the target win a 10% discount voucher at The Loop Duty Free.

Tom Byrne, General Manager, The Loop Duty Free, New Zealand said: “We’re proud to be sharing our team’s enthusiasm for the Rugby World Cup with visitors to Auckland Airport, especially those lucky enough to be heading to Japan.”

The Rugby World Cup 2019 (20 September – 2 November) is being held in Japan.

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