Competition Terms & Conditions

Trust pilot 5 star rating
Important information: Our website offers information about investing and saving, but not personal advice. If you’re not sure which services are right for you, please request advice from Hilltop’s financial advisers. Remember that investments can go up and down in value, so you could get back less than you put in.

Social Media Competition Terms and Conditions

Hilltop Finances eGift card competition terms and conditions:

1. In order to enter the competition, the entrant needs to share, like or follow Hilltop Finance’s social media accounts (Facebook, Twitter or Instagram).

2. No cash alternatives are offered, nor adjustments on the reward, i.e. £25 eGift card and £25 cash.

3. Hilltop Finance colleague will draw the competition and all decisions are final.

4. Competition is not open to Hilltop Finance’s colleagues or management.

5. Only one entrant per competition. You can enter multiple competitions.

6. Participants are liable for any tax consequences of the receipt of any award, and we accept no liability to participants concerning this.

7. eGift card delivery is via email, any winner will need a valid email address to accept the award.

8. The competition will be drawn within 48 hours of the closing date and winners announced across social media. Winners will need to contact Hilltop Finance, directly.

9. Hilltop Finance has the right to terminate the competition at any point.

10. During a Teenage Cancer Trust competition, we will donate £1 for every new Hilltop Finance Facebook page like and follow up to a maximum of £1000. Hilltop Finance reserve the right to withdraw this promotion at any time.

Hi there!

We just need to take a few more details to understand what we can help you with and when is convenient for us to call you back. Gives you a chance to pop the kettle on ☕


What would you like our expert advice on?

Purple piggy bank with a pile of coins behind it


Pile of coins in the middle of a graph


Mobile phone showing a graph


pension advice



Is there any advice in particular?

Bar chart graph


Pension drawdown


Pension consolidation


Pension performance


Twisting gear

Not Sure


Finally, just pop your details here and we’ll be in touch