Hannah_PampersSquad 18/12/2023 - 16:00
Catch the Christmas poonami and win big 🎅
It’s feeling decidedly festive here at the Pampers Squad HQ and as we were thinking of all things cool and Christmassy, Pampers dropped the filter of our dreams! Fancy playing a super cute festive game and challenging your pals to a match? Then let’s go!
Help Santa catch the festive poonami with this Pampers filter 🥅💩
Santa has a new mission this Christmas Eve (because, clearly, he doesn’t have enough on!) and that is to protect parents everywhere from the Christmas poonami. Your job is help guide Santa through the sky to catch the poonamis. Move your head to guide his sleigh and see how many poonamis you can catch! Check out the filter now!
Challenge your pals to game 😎
Tag your friends and encourage them to play. Could you be the ultimate poonami buster this Christmas? There’s only one way to find out 😉👇
Fun, festive and fabulously rewarding ✨
This week’s mission is fun, festive AND fabulously rewarding. What could be better, right? Not only is this filter super cute and fun, but now you can also get £5 off Pampers Baby-Dry or Premium Protection Nappy Pants when you download the Pampers Club App and enter the code CHRISTMAS5OFF*!
Plus, if you share a video using the filter to your IG page and upload a screenshot with us, you’ll be entered into a prize draw to win one of 3 x £30 Amazon vouchers.
More ways to save with the Pampers Club App 📲
The Pampers Club App is a big hit with the Squad as it’s not only full of useful parenting info but allows you to earn points for every Pampers nappy you buy. Collect points to redeem regular money off coupons – who wouldn’t want to earn rewards for buying the essentials?
How to redeem your £5? 🎁
📲 Download the Pampers Club App
😉 Open the App and click 'Scan'
💌 Enter the code CHRISTMAS5OFF* to claim your coupon
👍 Redeem your coupon in-store at Asda, Co-op or Tesco, or online in Ocado before January 19th
Let us know how many poonamis you catch to earn the title of Poonami Catching royalty. 👑
@all: How many poonamis did you catch?