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Win £3,000 to spend at M&S


There must be no one in the land who hasn't been to Marks and Spencers, whether to buy some food, underwear or a new suit. MyOffers is giving away £3,000 for one winner to go spending crazy at your local M&S with this great competition.

Whether it's cashmere coats, cardigans, cotton briefs, comfy cushions or cod fish and calamari, you'll find it all under one roof. There's new fashion collections from Per Una and menswear from Collezione as well as a new lingerie range from model and actress Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. Why not grab yourself a new TV, some beauty products or perfume? You could even get new furniture for your bedroom or dining room. After all that shopping, you won't want to cook, so don't forget to stock the fridge with lots of fantastic M&S food and drink as well.

So what are you waiting for? Enter now for your chance to win this fantastic prize! Prize Draw closes 30/04/2015

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Terms and Conditions
In addition to our standard prize draw rules the following terms and conditions apply to this prize.
The closing date for entries is 30th April 2015.
If the advertised prize is no longer available at the time of awarding the prize we will substitute a prize of equal or greater value.
There is a cash alternative for this prize.
The winner must be aged 18 years over.
The image shown is for illustrative purposes only.
This promotion may be conducted over several different websites simultaneously.
There will be 1 winner who will receive the following prize: £3,000 to spend at Morrisons or at Waitrose or at First Choice or at M&S or at ASOS

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