68 days ago

COUNTDOWN TO CHRISTMAS GIVEAWAY

Hutt News Sales

COUNTDOWN TO CHRISTMAS GIVEAWAY!!

DAY 8.

We have come together with our mates at Wispa Sleep (Paraparaumu, New Zealand) and are giving away a: Excelsior Music Pillow valued at $175.

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Entry to the competition runs for 24 hours and prizes will be drawn the following day. Winners must collect prize within 3 working days, or Stuff may redraw the prize. Only open to New Zealand residents, and no current employees of Stuff may apply. Prizes are not transferable, exchangeable nor redeemable for cash. This competition is organised in its entirety by Stuff Ltd and is not associated with Facebook in any way. Judges decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

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