Win a shopping weekend in New York with £250 spending money

17:23 30 April 2012

Win a shopping weekend in New York with £250 spending money

Win a shopping weekend in New York with £250 spending money

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New York, New York, so good they named to twice. And you’ll be able to find out for yourself with this fantastic weekend to the Big Apple with £250 to spend while you’re there.

You’ll be able to shop till you drop in the department stores of Barneys, Macys and Sachs, stock up on all the latest must-haves along 5th Avenue and maybe meander down to the super chic Soho district to take in all the boutiques.

Then when you’re all shopped out, why not do some sightseeing? There’s the Statue of Liberty, Times Square at night, Empire State Building or even Yankee Stadium to name but a few.

So start spreading the news, you’re leaving today....or maybe sometime in late 2012...New York New Yooooork!

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

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