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Once: Win a Years Supply of Books!

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7y, 5m agoFound 7 years, 5 months ago / ended 31 Jul 0931 July 2009
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Years Supply of Books
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Join the party and win a year's supply of books
To celebrate our first birthday we've got a few presents we'd like to share with you in our week-long celebration. As well as announcing a new offer on our Twitter page every day for a whole week, we're also giving away a year's supply of books to one lucky winner.
To be in with a chance of winning this fantastic prize, simply answer our simple question and enter your details below.

Simply anser this question... Which author wrote the Girl Who Played With Fire?
Stieg Larsson = Answer.
Bret Larsson
Clive Larsson
Rules:
On entry page.
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7y, 5m agoFound 7 years, 5 months ago / ended 31 Jul 0931 July 2009
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#1
great comp - thanks cuzzy
#2
Great competition? Really? Well I hope you're not a fast reader. Or have a taste in expensive reference books.

Here is the most relevant part of the T&Cs, should you be the ONLY winner.

3. The prize is a 'year's supply of books' to be chosen by the winner at the rate of no more than 2 books per calendar month. Books must be in-stock on Borders.co.uk at the time of selection. The total prize selection for the year must not exceed the maximum prize value of £365 based on the RRP of all titles.

Just how tight are they? Is Borders.co.uk run by a single individual? If the total prize is based on RRP then at worst they are talking about a £100 outlay for this prize.

I've been to Jumble sales with a bigger haul of raffle prizes. With better odds of winning. Shocking!
#3
Thanks cuzzy
#4
Thanks, entered. H&R added.
#5
Thanks!! :thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:
#6
Thanks
#7
Two books a month? I consider two books a week to be a slow reading week. Still worth it though as if it's hard backs that's almost thirty quid a month saving.
#8
Thanks
#9
Entered, http://img388.imageshack.us/img388/4985/cheersglitteringbu4.gif
#10
thanks, entered
#11
Thanks
#12
thanks for the answer
#13
Entered thanks:-D

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