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Jet campaign offers discounts on sports activities

27 July, 2012

Motorists will be able to take advantage of a number of sports and fitness experiences, thanks to a new fuel and shop promotion from Jet.

The Jet Active campaign, which runs from July 30 to October 31, will see vouchers handed out to customers spending more than £30 on fuel or in the shop, redeemable on the website, where exclusive access is provided to a range of experiences and activities.

People caught up in the sporting spirit will be able to take advantage of deals on swimming, golf and martial arts. There will also be free lessons and two for one offers on other activities such as paintball experiences and visits to holiday clubs.

In addition, the Jet Active promotion will include a special tie-up with movie rentals from Blockbuster. Customers will be offered a five-week trial of the two DVD Unlimited Plan, so they can look forward to a film on the sofa after a busy day of sports.

One voucher will be distributed per transaction, and each will carry a unique reference number that customers can enter into the website along with their post code to find out the latest deals available in their area.

Jet has secured a broad range of partners for the campaign, and people taking advantage of the deal will be encouraged to try a variety of experiences, with customers only allowed to redeem their voucher at a specific venue once.

Vouchers will be valid up to September 2013 and redeemable subject to individual partnerís terms and conditions.

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