Topshop launches Halloween Twitter campaign

Topshop is launching ‘Trick or Tweet’ a Halloween themed Twitter campaign that lets customers pay for goods in-store using tweets as currency.


Topshop launches Halloween Trick or Tweet campaign.

The fashion retailer is inviting fans to tweet Halloween tips or a picture of their Halloween outfit with the hashtag #TrickorTweet @Topshop between 26 and 31 October.

It is creating the Topshop Tweet Shop in a number of stores, where customers can present their tweets in return for cosmetic items. The tweets judged the best each day will be rewarded with £100/$150 gift cards.

The initiative has been devised to promote the launch of its ‘Witching Hour’ Halloween fashion collection.

Topshop will also create an online photo album of all customers’ Halloween pictures to share with its followers on social media.

Halloween themed prizes and makeovers will also be given away in selected stores.

Justin Cooke, recently appointed chief marketing officer for Topshop, says: “We love the idea of using Halloween to connect our digital and physical worlds. We know our customer moves seamlessly between the two and we want to make that experience even more fun for them and drive conversation in our community around a moment that everyone wants to be a part of.”

Readers' comments (2)

  • Cool idea, unfortunately clogging up peoples' news feed probably won't go down well, I just unfollowed...

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  • I agree with Jen above. It was so spammy, and unnecessary. They didn't have to add the "Hey" before the @ mention so it appeared on everyone's feed. Poor conduct.

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