diamond geezer

 Friday, September 13, 2013

If you're a regular reader of this blog, I have a treat for you.

The dg Reward Card.



Simply by reading this blog you can start collecting diamond points™ which will accumulate into special offers, prizes and exclusive features. Download your personal card today, and you could be reaping rewards very soon.

It seems only fair that those who put so much effort into reading this blog, day in day out, should get something back. Now I can say thank you with a bespoke range of gifts and treasures, and all you have to do is sign up. By activating your card, and following a few simple instructions, you too can earn benefits previously undreamed of.
20 diamond points™ earns you a gold star beside your name in the comments box.
40 diamond points™ unlocks a secret monthly post unseen by ordinary readers.
60 diamond points™ means a 2-for-1 deal at the Plaza restaurant, Westfield E20
80 diamond points™ allows you to replace dull posts with pictures of kittens
100 diamond points™ equals a free trip on TfL's thrilling Greenwich Dangleway
200 diamond points™ entitles you to a signed copy of the first diamond geezer e-book
400 diamond points™ wins you a VIP ticket to the exclusive DG Readers Xmas SoirĂ©e
It's so easy to take part. Just follow a few simple instructions, check back every day for the daily reward code, and send in your completed card to claim your prize.

Registration
1. Download your personal card, shown above, by clicking, saving or scanning.
2. Make a note of your personal 8-digit ID number, individually exclusive to you.
3. Print out the card and sign it, to ensure nobody else can claim your points.
4. Register your ID number by completing the form at the bottom of this post.
5. If you don't want to not fail to receive special offers by email from valued partners, don't forget to untick this box.

Daily Play
1. Visit diamondgeezer.blogspot.com every day for your maximum chance to win.
2. Check the playing card in the top left-hand corner of the website.
3. Note the Bonus Letter imprinted on the card, which will update daily.
4. Each Bonus Letter represents the accumulation of one diamond point™.
5. Write the Bonus Letter in the next available Diamond Space on your card.
6. Repeat daily with consecutive letters until both sides of the card are full.

Claiming your prize
1. When all the spaces on both sides of your card are full, you are ready to claim.
2. Make sure you have a complete set of consecutive Bonus Letters in the correct order.
3. Send your completed card to the email address printed on the back of the card.
4. Alternatively tweet a photo of your card to the @dgrewardcard account.
5. Await your dg Reward MegaPrize! (and download your next dg Reward Card)

It really is that simple.

So download your personal card today, make a note of the first daily Bonus Letter and you too could unlock success.

The dg Reward Card. Selling your online integrity for a few trinkets was never easier.

The Terms and Conditions set out below apply to the provision to you of the dg Reward Card and are to be read in conjunction with the terms and conditions appearing from time to time on the Website. Please read these Terms and Conditions carefully before entering into the contract. By completing either the online or hard copy registration process you are agreeing to be bound by these Terms and Conditions. We reserve the right to amend these Terms and Conditions at any time by giving you notice by posting the amended terms and conditions on the Website. Your dg Reward Card is valid for 12 months and the expiry date will be printed on the card. The dg Reward Card is strictly non-transferable so cannot be used by either friends or family members. Any attempted misuse of the dg Reward Card will result in cancellation of the card. Blah de blah de blah de blah we know you never read this bit anyway. We will not be responsible for any indirect losses, consequential, exemplary, special or punitive damages, lost opportunities, loss of profits, anticipated profits, actual or anticipated savings. We do not limit our liability at law for fraudulent misrepresentation or for death or personal injury caused by negligence or any other type of liability which cannot by law be excluded or limited. We do not accept liability for unsatisfactory experiences or any failure by our Partners to deliver expected services and quality. You agree to hold us harmless against all losses, liabilities, claims or demands arising out of any breaches of the representation and warranties and assurances. We reserve the right to vary, amend or cancel this promotion at any time and you agree that no liability shall attach to us as a result thereof. We are going to send you shedloads of marketing emails, you muppet, and there ain't nothing you can do to stop us.

Activation

Please enter your unique 8 digit ID number below
ID number:

Please enter your email address and postcode below
email address:
postcode:
This information is essential for activation and don't ask why.

Please enter a password below
password:
Your password must have at least 8 characters, at least three of which must be in upper/lower case, and at least two of which must be non-alphanumeric. We know this means it'll be entirely unmemorable and you'll forget it later, but password security is very important.

Now activate your dg Reward Card to embrace your bonus bonanza.
 


<< click for Newer posts

click for Older Posts >>


click to return to the main page


...or read more in my monthly archives
Jan16  Feb16  Mar16  Apr16  May16  Jun16  Jul16  Aug16  Sep16  Oct16  Nov16  Dec16
Jan15  Feb15  Mar15  Apr15  May15  Jun15  Jul15  Aug15  Sep15  Oct15  Nov15  Dec15
Jan14  Feb14  Mar14  Apr14  May14  Jun14  Jul14  Aug14  Sep14  Oct14  Nov14  Dec14
Jan13  Feb13  Mar13  Apr13  May13  Jun13  Jul13  Aug13  Sep13  Oct13  Nov13  Dec13
Jan12  Feb12  Mar12  Apr12  May12  Jun12  Jul12  Aug12  Sep12  Oct12  Nov12  Dec12
Jan11  Feb11  Mar11  Apr11  May11  Jun11  Jul11  Aug11  Sep11  Oct11  Nov11  Dec11
Jan10  Feb10  Mar10  Apr10  May10  Jun10  Jul10  Aug10  Sep10  Oct10  Nov10  Dec10 
Jan09  Feb09  Mar09  Apr09  May09  Jun09  Jul09  Aug09  Sep09  Oct09  Nov09  Dec09
Jan08  Feb08  Mar08  Apr08  May08  Jun08  Jul08  Aug08  Sep08  Oct08  Nov08  Dec08
Jan07  Feb07  Mar07  Apr07  May07  Jun07  Jul07  Aug07  Sep07  Oct07  Nov07  Dec07
Jan06  Feb06  Mar06  Apr06  May06  Jun06  Jul06  Aug06  Sep06  Oct06  Nov06  Dec06
Jan05  Feb05  Mar05  Apr05  May05  Jun05  Jul05  Aug05  Sep05  Oct05  Nov05  Dec05
Jan04  Feb04  Mar04  Apr04  May04  Jun04  Jul04  Aug04  Sep04  Oct04  Nov04  Dec04
Jan03  Feb03  Mar03  Apr03  May03  Jun03  Jul03  Aug03  Sep03  Oct03  Nov03  Dec03
 Jan02  Feb02  Mar02  Apr02  May02  Jun02  Jul02 Aug02  Sep02  Oct02  Nov02  Dec02 

eXTReMe Tracker
jack of diamonds
life viewed from london e3

email    twitter    G+

my flickr photostream

What's on this weekend?
Sun 4 December (8am-10pm)
Tower Bridge fully closed
For one day only, cross the river by free passenger ferry!

twenty blogs
853
arseblog
ian visits
londonist
scaryduck
blue witch
city metric
the great wen
onionbagblog
edith's streets
spitalfields life
linkmachinego
in the aquarium
round the island
wanstead meteo
london museums
christopher fowler
ruth's coastal walk
london reconnections
dirty modern scoundrel

quick reference features
Things to do in Outer London
The DG Tour of Britain
Comment Value Hierarchy

read the archive
Dec16  Nov16  Oct16  Sep16
Aug16  Jul16  Jun16  May16
Apr16  Mar16  Feb16  Jan16
Dec15  Nov15  Oct15  Sep15
Aug15  Jul15  Jun15  May15
Apr15  Mar15  Feb15  Jan15
Dec14  Nov14  Oct14  Sep14
Aug14  Jul14  Jun14  May14
Apr14  Mar14  Feb14  Jan14
Dec13  Nov13  Oct13  Sep13
Aug13  Jul13  Jun13  May13
Apr13  Mar13  Feb13  Jan13
Dec12  Nov12  Oct12  Sep12
Aug12  Jul12  Jun12  May12
Apr12  Mar12  Feb12  Jan12
Dec11  Nov11  Oct11  Sep11
Aug11  Jul11  Jun11  May11
Apr11  Mar11  Feb11  Jan11
Dec10  Nov10  Oct10  Sep10
Aug10  Jul10  Jun10  May10
Apr10  Mar10  Feb10  Jan10
Dec09  Nov09  Oct09  Sep09
Aug09  Jul09  Jun09  May09
Apr09  Mar09  Feb09  Jan09
Dec08  Nov08  Oct08  Sep08
Aug08  Jul08  Jun08  May08
Apr08  Mar08  Feb08  Jan08
Dec07  Nov07  Oct07  Sep07
Aug07  Jul07  Jun07  May07
Apr07  Mar07  Feb07  Jan07
Dec06  Nov06  Oct06  Sep06
Aug06  Jul06  Jun06  May06
Apr06  Mar06  Feb06  Jan06
Dec05  Nov05  Oct05  Sep05
Aug05  Jul05  Jun05  May05
Apr05  Mar05  Feb05  Jan05
Dec04  Nov04  Oct04  Sep04
Aug04  Jul04  Jun04  May04
Apr04  Mar04  Feb04  Jan04
Dec03  Nov03  Oct03  Sep03
Aug03  Jul03  Jun03  May03
Apr03  Mar03  Feb03  Jan03
Dec02  Nov02  Oct02  Sep02
back to main page

diamond geezer 2015 index
diamond geezer 2014 index
diamond geezer 2013 index
diamond geezer 2012 index
diamond geezer 2011 index
diamond geezer 2010 index
diamond geezer 2009 index
diamond geezer 2008 index
diamond geezer 2007 index
diamond geezer 2006 index
diamond geezer 2005 index
diamond geezer 2004 index
diamond geezer 2003 index
diamond geezer 2002 index

my special London features
a-z of london museums
E3 - local history month
greenwich meridian (N)
greenwich meridian (S)
the real eastenders
london's lost rivers
olympic park 2007
great british roads
oranges & lemons
random boroughs
bow road station
high street 2012
river westbourne
trafalgar square
capital numbers
east london line
lea valley walk
olympics 2005
regent's canal
square routes
silver jubilee
unlost rivers
cube routes
metro-land
capital ring
river fleet
piccadilly
bakerloo

ten of my favourite posts
the seven ages of blog
my new Z470xi mobile
five equations of blog
the dome of doom
chemical attraction
quality & risk
london 2102
single life
boredom
april fool

ten sets of lovely photos
my "most interesting" photos
london 2012 olympic zone
harris and the hebrides
betjeman's metro-land
marking the meridian
tracing the river fleet
london's lost rivers
inside the gherkin
seven sisters
iceland

just surfed in?
here's where to find...
diamond geezers
flash mob #1  #2  #3  #4
ben schott's miscellany
london underground
watch with mother
cigarette warnings
digital time delay
wheelie suitcases
war of the worlds
transit of venus
top of the pops
old buckenham
ladybird books
acorn antiques
digital watches
outer hebrides
olympics 2012
school dinners
pet shop boys
west wycombe
bletchley park
george orwell
big breakfast
clapton pond
san francisco
thunderbirds
routemaster
children's tv
east enders
trunk roads
amsterdam
little britain
credit cards
jury service
big brother
jubilee line
number 1s
titan arum
typewriters
doctor who
coronation
comments
blue peter
matchgirls
hurricanes
buzzwords
brookside
monopoly
peter pan
starbucks
feng shui
leap year
manbags
penelope
bbc three
vision on
piccadilly
meridian
concorde
wembley
islington
ID cards
bedtime
freeview
beckton
blogads
eclipses
letraset
arsenal
sitcoms
gherkin
calories
everest
muffins
sudoku
camilla
london
ceefax
robbie
becks
dome
BBC2
paris
lotto
118
itv