ORDER DRINKS ON SKIP FOR YOUR CHANCE TO WIN

We’re thrilled to announce that Skip is at the 2017 Formula 1® Rolex Australian Grand Prix. This year you can pre-order your drinks on Skip like a VIP at 5 bars around the track, which means you can spend more time enjoying the race. As an added bonus you get 50% off your first drink on Skip. Simply enter promo code: AUSGP at checkout.

Plus, order your drinks on Skip for your chance to win 1 of 3 $50 Skip coffee vouchers. Simply place an order on Skip from one of the 5 bars at the Australian Grand Prix and you’re in the running to win. Follow @skipapp on Instagram for more.

If you haven’t already, download Skip and setup an account in under 1 minute.

Once you’re at the track, you can order in 3 simple steps:

  1. Find your nearest bar in the app - Once you’ve arrived at the track, tap 'SEE NEARBY VENUES' to find your nearest bar.
  2. Order and pay for your drinks - Order you and your mates’ preferred drinks, pay in the app (you only need to enter your payment details once) and enter promo code: AUSGP at checkout to receive 50% off your first drink.
  3. Pick up and skip away - Check your pick up time and bar location and your drinks will be ready for you when you pick them up.

 

SKIP BAR LOCATIONS

Skip is located at 5 bars around the track.

  1. The Amphitheatre Bar
  2. Golf Course South Bar
  3. Shoey Bar
  4. Prost Bar
  5. Legends Lane Bar North

Follow Skip on social media to win other awesome prizes during the 2017 Formula 1® Rolex Australian Grand Prix.

#SkipatAusGP 

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