Win £250 to spend on your Christmas food and drink

14:58 26 November 2012

Win £250 to spend on your Christmas food and drink

Win £250 to spend on your Christmas food and drink

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Turkey, roast potatoes, pigs in blankets, Christmas pudding and of course brussel sprouts are just a few of the staple items you need for a traditional Christmas dinner. But if your tastes are a little more varied fear not as you can choose from goose, duck or even a vegetarian option to make your festive meal.

Whatever your choices, you can make it a meal to remember as MyOffers are giving you the chance to win your Christmas Day lunch! You’ll be able to buy all the best treats for you and your family, to cater for even the fussiest of eaters and maybe even have enough left over for a bottle of champagne to drink to the Queen’s Speech!

This prize draw closes on Thursday, 13 December 2012 Terms and Conditions

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