Win an iPod Shuffle

15:13 13 February 2013

You could win an iPod Shuffle

You could win an iPod Shuffle

Archant

Listen to all your favourite tunes on the go wherever you are with this fantastic MyOffers competition to win a brand new iPod Shuffle.

Available in seven colours, this clip-on iPod is easy to control via the control pad and even come with built-in Voiceover, allowing you to hear the song title and battery status at the touch of a button. Packed with 2GB of storage, capable of holding hundreds of song, the iPod Shuffle is perfect for your commute, workout, or just carrying the soundtrack to your life.

This prize draw closes on Thursday, 28 February 2013 Terms and Conditions

Related articles

Latest Stories from SNAP.PA

Brits’ Critics Choice winner Sam Smith is up for four Mobos at this year’s ceremony.

Read more

Scientists have been unable to decide what the definition of a planet is so there’s a question mark over whether Pluto makes the cut.

Read more

Promotions

Advanced running and training technology for beginners up to elite athletes

If you’re thinking of adding running treadmill to your fitness routine, you’re on the right track! There are several advantages to running on a treadmill versus running outdoors.

Renault-Zoe

The Renault ZOE follows on from the introduction of the electric Fluence ZE and Twizy, but unlike the former, the ZOE was designed from the ground up as an electric vehicle.

Top Stories

Quizzes

(Photo by Ben Horton/Getty Images for Madame Tussauds Hollywood)

If there’s one thing that can change Londoners from nice, normal people into superhumans capable of extreme levels of rage and passive aggression, it’s the descent below-ground.

Read more
Do you fancy yourself as a football ground know-it-all? Try our devilishly difficult quiz!

How well do you know your football stadiums? This brand new quiz from London24 will seperate the men from the boys...

Read more
Do you know your Thames truths from the porkie pies? (Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)

So, you live (or work) in London, and you think you know the river well.

Read more