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Mzansi-style with TOPS

South Africa’s favourite liquor store is shaking things up by celebrating Mzansi-style!

05 Aug 2011

What exactly does that mean? Well, it means that TOPS is giving South Africans the chance to cash in on awesome deals on some proudly South African drinks, as well as the chance to score amazing prizes by voting for their S.A. Favourites!


Have you ever thought about what you love most about Mzansi? Maybe it’s watching the Boks play while braaiing a bit of boerie, or maybe it’s enjoying a Bafana Bafana game with a handful of biltong. What if you had to choose? One or the other? Would it be Boks or boerie? Bafana Bafana or biltong? Not so easy, izzit?


What if we told you that by voting for your S.A. Favourite, you could win thousands of bucks in TOPS vouchers? Make it any easier? Well, if you check out our TOPS Facebook page, and vote for your S.A. Favourite, you could score vouchers in our daily giveaways. Or, if you’re really lucky, you could win one of our weekly jackpot giveaways, where you could win a TOPS voucher to the value of one thousand good South African Rands. 


If you’re one of our lucky winners, why not celebrate by jolling it up Mzansi-style? That means having a good time with good chinas and a selection of your favourite South African drinks. Whether your drink of choice is a crisp and cool Hunter’s Dry, smooth and sweet Amarula, a fun and fruity Brutal Fruit or a classy KWV, TOPS has a kiff selection of Price Shaking specials on all your favourite proudly South African drinks.


To top of your Mzansi-style celebration, why not try to score a WEBER the next time you pop into your nearest TOPS. Enter in-store, and you could be the proud new Master Braaiing owner of a limited edition WEBER.


It’s all about keeping it local and lekker, so head to your nearest TOPS and let the Mzansi-style celebrations begin!


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