Ted Baker is the latest fashion line to sport a QR code, and it wants you to travel to the fashion capital of your choice!
For those who do not know Ted Baker, it is one of the fastest-growing leading lifestyle brands in the United Kingdom. They opened their first store in 1988 in Glasgow. Their first U.S. outlet in New York was opened in 1998. Ted Baker currently has 31 stores, 144 concessions and 9 outlets in the United Kingdom; 2 stores, 21 concessions, and an outlet for the rest of Europe; and 13 stores and 2 outlets in the United States. The brand also maintains a presence in the Middle East, Asia, and Australasia region, with new stores being planned in New Zealand and China.
From being a shirt specialist, the company has evolved to offer men’s and women’s clothes, and everything in between.
Ted Baker has partnered with CustomQRCodes.com and BeQRious for its latest QR code campaign. Ted Baker stores all over the world now have the customized QR codes that allow people to scan and get the chance to win an all-expense paid trip to any one of these fashion capitals: London, New York and Paris.
That’s right, you get the chance to visit one of these great cities and you do not have to worry about anything. Ted Baker gives you the tickets, a 3-night stay at a top hotel, £500 shopping spree, £500 spending money, and luxury car transfers. Talk about living the high life!
If you want to join, all you have to do is to scan the QR codes that you see on their window display. You will be taken to a mobile site. Simply fill in the details requested on the entry form, read the terms, and conditions, and then choose if you want to get Ted Baker’s newsletters and offers, as well as Quintessentially Travel’s newsletters. Once you click submit, you are in the running to win a fashionable and luxurious vacation!
So what are you waiting for, go to a Ted Baker store now and scan the code! It is a great way to get to know our work too!
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