Win £500 to spend at Argos

09:34 16 January 2013

You could win £500 to spend at Argos

You could win £500 to spend at Argos

Archant

We all know about Argos, the veritable grotto that sells everything you can imagine and manages to house it all in one store. With everything from garden furniture to Barbie dolls, you’ll be spoiled for choice with every visit.

MyOffers is giving one lucky winner £500 to spend instore or online. You could put your winnings towards a brand new 3D TV, some kitchen appliances, or maybe even a new watch or some jewellery. Whether you spend it all on yourself or decide to treat a few people is up to you, but you’ll surely enjoy spending it all.

This prize draw closes on Thursday, 31 January 2013 Terms and Conditions

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