Jewellery Making Prizes Still up for Grabs in Cookson's Gold Ticket Giveaway

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Cookson Gold’s instant win ‘Gold Ticket’ promotion has been a big success with a number of jewellery makers picking up prizes and many more still up for grabs. The retailer also has a sale on jewellery making tools and supplies running throughout May.

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Willy Wonka only had five gold tickets to give away, we’ve got loads left, so there are plenty of chances to win a prize before the competition ends on May 31

Jewellery making tool supplier Cookson Gold’s ‘Gold Ticket’ instant win campaign has been a great success – but there are still many more chances to bag a prize.

Throughout the month, Cookson Gold staff have chosen customers at random to receive gold tickets, shipping them in customer parcels or giving them out at its trade counters in Birmingham Jewellery Quarter and London Hatton Garden.

The lucky tickets can be exchanged for great prizes, like gift vouchers and jewellery making tools.

So far, a number of weird and wonderful prizes have been claimed by customers, including a Living Aquarium fish tank-style lamp, a monkey puppet, and a ‘Very Hungry Caterpillar’ pillow.

Customers have also bagged a range of products from Cookson Gold, including Dremel jewellery making tools, a starter soldering kit, a workbench tool kit, a hand torch and saw blades.

But there are still plenty of chances to win, as the competition runs until the end of May.
Prizes still to be won include:

  •     Charlie and the Chocolate Factory books
  •     Freepost vouchers
  •     Amazon gift vouchers
  •     Dremel jewellery making tools
  •     A trip to see the Crown Jewels in London
  •     Bead bundles
  •     And much more…

Cookson Gold’s e-Commerce manager, Adam Hunter, said: “Our Gold Ticket giveaway has proven to be a great success with customers so far.

“Our Facebook page has been inundated with photos from lucky winners showing off their prizes, and we even had a customer scream with delight at one of our trade counters!

“But whilst Willy Wonka only had five gold tickets to give away, we’ve got loads left, so there are plenty of chances to win a prize before the competition ends on May 31.”

“Even if you’re not lucky enough to receive a ticket, you’ll still get a treat in your parcel – our ‘oompa loompas’ have been hand-picking goodies to give away with all orders received during May.”

The Gold Ticket sale runs alongside Cookson’s Gold Ticket giveaway.

Until the end of the month, the retailer is slashing prices by up to 50% on jewellery making tools, beads, workbenches, finished jewellery and more.

Adam Hunter said: “Loads of great prizes and massive reductions on thousands of products? You’d think all the chocolate had gone to our head.

“The truth is, we’ve put together this big spring blowout to say a massive ‘thank you’ to our loyal customers.”

“We’ve slashed prices across our full range of products, so whether you’re a beading buff or an Art Clay aficionado, you’re sure to find some brilliant bargains.”

Cookson Gold stocks more than 17,000 products for jewellery makers, including jewellery making tools, base metals, settings, solders and chains.

Same day dispatch is offered as standard on any products ordered before 3pm.

For more information about Cookson Gold’s Gold Ticket giveaway and sale, visit


Notes to Editors

For more information on this press release, contact Cookson Gold’s e-Commerce Manager, Adam Hunter, on 0121 212 6491 or email Adam(dot)Hunter(at)CooksonGold(dot)com

About Cookson Gold

Cookson Gold is the largest one-stop jewellery making shop in the UK. It stocks more than 17,000 products, with huge stocks of base metal bullion like gold, silver, platinum and palladium. These can be cut to suit customers’ needs – as wire, sheet, tubes, grain, solder or settings.

It also sells loose and finished chain, gemstones, findings, jewellery making tools, ring blanks, silver clay, beading supplies and more – with big brands like Beadalon, Dremel, Swarovski, Art Clay, PMC and FIMO.

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