Win an overnight shopping trip to Nottingham!

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Beat the post-Christmas blues and start the new year with some retail therapy! Hit the January sales hard with an overnight stay in Nottingham.

One lucky winner will spend a night in executive room at the at the Best Western Westminster Hotel, including breakfast for two. You’ll also get £50 to spend in intu Victoria Centre to get your bargain hunting started and a £50 voucher for the Coast to Coast American Diner. Once you’ve shopped til you’ve dropped, you can relax over a meal for two and bottle of prosecco at the Malt Cross music hall. 

This competition is now closed and the winner is David Pithie.

All you have to do is watch the video above, guess the Christmas song and fill in the form below to be in with a chance of winning! Terms and conditions apply.

Don’t miss Robin Hood’s daily Christmas giveaways on Twitter and Facebook too – find the full list of prizes up for grabs here!

 

Posted on 05 December 2016
Featured author: Jessie

Nottingham native and fan of all things music, arts and animal related.

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