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Buy an England Away shirt and if England win the world cup you get your money back
So if your going to buy one might aswell buy it from sports direct
Payment is made in form of a sportsdirect giftcard

1. Open to all residents of the United Kingdom aged 18 and over, except employees (and their families) of the Promoter, its affiliated companies and its or their agencies, contractors or anyone professionally associated with this promotion.

2. Money back will be paid in the form of a Sportsdirect.com gift card, valid for 18 months and can be used in any branch of Sportsdirect.com, Lillywhites, Gilesports, Hargreaves Sports or Donnay International, cannot be redeemed online.

3. Offer is applicable to all England away shirt purchases in store or online between 22/01/10 and 14/03/10. The cost of socks, shorts and printing services is not included.

4. A maximum of 5 shirts per customer will be eligible for this offer. If more than 5 shirts are purchased, customers will be awarded the gift card based on the 5 shirts of highest value.

5. All purchases made online will be automatically entered into the offer.

6. Purchases made in store must be registered online at http://www.sportsdirect.com/freeshirt by midnight 14/03/10 to qualify for the offer.

7. If England win the 2010 World Cup customers will receive their gift card by post within 28 days of the World Cup final.

8. Illegible, incomplete and fraudulent claims will be invalidated.

9. Bulk claims made from trade, customer groups or third parties will not be accepted.

10. The Promoter takes no responsibility for proof of purchase receipts or claim vouchers that are lost or incomplete.

11. The Promoter reserves the right to modify details of this offer at any time.

12. These terms are governed by English law.

Promoter: Sportsdirect.com Retail Ltd., Unit A, Brook Park East, Shirebrook, NG20 8RY.
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#1
Lol, not sure if this is a deal, is there a section for extremely unlikely events?
#2
Should be
Get your money back if knocked out on penalties in the Quarter Final.
#3
LOL they are on a win/win situation. Hardly a good deal by them.
#4
Ha they must know how unlikley we are to win! they must know something we don't!

:thumbsup:
#5
Has to be cold sorry,
No way are England going to win the world cup so this offer is a non starter
pity the offer wasn't valid against a team that actually has a shot at winning the tournament
#6
I'll wait for a deal closer to June.

On their site it says the shirt is £35, where do you get £28 from?
#7
Also, it's not really 'your money' back is it? :p
#8
glasspassenger
Also, it's not really 'your money' back is it? :p


yes it is. They write your name on all the notes you hand over and they are the ones they'll give you back. :thumbsup:
#9
killie99
yes it is. They write your name on all the notes you hand over and they are the ones they'll give you back. :thumbsup:



yeah, if they give you MY money , boy there'll be trouble
banned#10
I believe they are doing a similar deal for Scotland.........your money back if they ever qualify for another major championship! It's been going for a few years now.
#11
killie99
yes it is. They write your name on all the notes you hand over and they are the ones they'll give you back. :thumbsup:


Well, they give you a voucher to spend instore... why would I want that? :p
#12
Voted hot by me. £35 for the shirt is a reasonable price. It's unlikely you'd end up getting your money back, but you've gotta be in it to win it (as I said to the lass behind the counter before realising she's Scottish - she didn't take offense ;-) ).

Not sure where you got the £28 from, mind.

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