Win £1,000 to spend at New Look

09:49 18 February 2013

You could win £1,000 to spend at New Look

You could win £1,000 to spend at New Look

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New Look provide modern fashionable clothing for Women, Men and Children at affordable prices.

MyOffers is giving one lucky winner £1,000 to spend in-store. With a bulging wallet of cash, you’ll be able to grab a new season’s wardrobe, some party pieces for the evenings and maybe something for poolside for the summer holidays!

The lucky winner of £1,000 to spend in New Look really will have a new look after a momentous shopping spree - sorry, couldn’t resist that one! Good luck winning!

This prize draw closes on Thursday, 28 February 2013 Terms and Conditions

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