The world may well be imploding, however you know everything is ok when there is an actual day dedicated solely to a cocktail! That’s right lovelies, Sunday July 10th is National Piña Colada Day! It may well be raining, but hey, when has that ever stopped anyone enjoying a tasty cocktail?
Malibu coconut rum plays a pivotal part in making the nation’s favourite cocktail, so they will be spreading the love by giving away FREE Piña Coladas at 800+ bars across England and Wales, including All Bar One, Be at One, GBK, Giraffe, Las Iguanas, Slug and Lettuce and many more, from Friday 8th July through to Sunday 10th July**.
All you need to do to redeem your free Piña Colada is visit pinacoladaday.co.uk to register your details & find your nearest participating bar, then on the 8/9/10 July you just show the unique voucher code on your phone to the bartender and voila, your free Piña Colada is served!
Malibu is also spreading the love further ashore, as National Piña Colada day is hitting the white isle of Ibiza! They have teame up with Ibiza Rocks Hotel and Shy FX’s Party on the Moon & special guests to host a huge pool party to celebrate the day on July 10th. So, to be in for a chance to win a trip for you and 3 friends or one of 100+ runners up prizes simply enter your details at http://www.maliburumshop.com/static/competition/!
If you can’t make it down to any of the participating bars and are an Amazon Prime member, you can order an exclusive Malibu & Funkin Piña Colada kit for £25 and it will be delivered to your door within an hour*** so you can throw an impromptu Piña Colada Day party at work or home! Just visit the homepage at www.primenow.co.uk between the 4th and 10th of July to make the most of the big day wherever you are. Even those that aren’t signed up to the service have the chance to get involved in the fun – with a free 3 month trial for first-time users.
**Limited to one redemption per person in participating bars, 18+ only.
***Membership required. Delivery restrictions apply, enter your postcode to see if they deliver to your area. Retailers set prices at their sole discretion