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NatWest Cash Machine Give-Away Ultimate Valentine's Weekend Up for Grabs
(06 January 2004)

Anyone using NatWest's cash machines over the new few weeks could banish those New Year blues and withdraw more than they bargained for by winning the ultimate Valentine's weekend in Rome. Ten 'Golden Ticket' prizes are being randomly loaded into NatWest's cash machines between 5 January and 6 February 2004 and the lucky winners, who will find a Golden Ticket amongst their cash, will each jet off on an all expenses paid Valentine's weekend trip for two to Rome and receive 5,000 spending money*.

Commenting on the Golden Ticket cash machine give-away, Benny Higgins, Chief Executive, Retail Banking for NatWest, said: "NatWest has one of the most comprehensive ATM networks in the UK with 3,300 machines the length and breadth of the country.

"The popularity of the cash machine has grown enormously over the years. Last year, people made a staggering 290 million transactions from NatWest cash machines, withdrawing a total of 17.2 billion, with an average withdrawal of 59.22 per person. Our cash machine give-away is a way of recognising all those people who consistently use our machines."

Notes to editors:

  • NatWest does not charge its own customers or customers of other banks for using its cash machines. Virtually every ATM cardholder in the UK can use NatWest's cash machine network.
  • The golden ticket competition is open to anyone (regardless of who they bank with) using a NatWest cash machine in the UK between 5 January and 6 February 2004.
  • For the sports fan, we will also throw in a pair of tickets to the opening match of the RBS 6 Nations championship between Italy and England.

Enquiries to:
Media Relations
Tel: 020 7672 1927


* Flights and accommodation from 13 February to 16 February 2004.