Win a year’s free electricity

14:52 02 January 2013

Win a year

Win a year's free electricity

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The rising cost of electricity and household bills in general really do burn a hole in your pocket, so let MyOffers take the pressure off by giving you the chance to win this money-saving prize – a year’s free electricity!

In today’s economic climate, the only certain thing is that your bills will keep coming in and, they certainly won’t just go away if you ignore them long enough. Winning this fantastic prize would mean no electricity bills so you don’t have to worry about those horrible letters appearing in the post for an entire year! Enter today!

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

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