Win £1,000 to spend on a summer holiday

16:12 31 July 2012

Win £1,000 to spend on a summer holiday

Win £1,000 to spend on a summer holiday

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If you’re looking for that romantic getaway or a family holiday to remember, with £1000 to spend on a summer holiday, it’ll be a vacation you will never forget.

You could pack your bags and jet off to enjoy the sunshine in Spain or Portugal for a fun packed European family adventure.

Maybe just you and a loved one could venture a little further and put the money towards the holiday of a lifetime to Florida or Las Vegas? Perhaps you’d like to sample everything the Middle East has to offer?. Wherever you choose to go, with a little help from MyOffers, the summer of 2012 will be one to cherish.

This prize draw closes on Friday, 31 August 2012 Terms and Conditions

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