Win £500 to spend at Lidl

15:06 29 May 2012

Win £500 to spend at Lidl

Win £500 to spend at Lidl

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Lidl is a supermarket that prides itself on simplicity, offering top quality everyday products at the lowest price possible.

With ever expanding locations all over Europe, you’ll never be far from a store.

MyOffers are giving away £500 for you to spend in a store of your choice, perfect for stocking up on essentials or maybe treating yourself to something special. Stock in store differs depending on where your local Lidl is, so every visit is bound to be different.

With sensational items like lawnmowers, DIY equipment and even bedding, you’ll be spoilt for choice regardless of where you visit.

This prize draw closes on Saturday, 30 June 2012 Terms and Conditions

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