Free light up room decoration worth £3.50 with the Telegraph Newspaper - HotUKDeals
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Add sparkle to your mantle-piece, window or Christmas table with Marks & Spencers fabulous range of Christmas light-up room decorations. There are 13 different designs to choose from so there's something for everyones tastes. The range includes:

Light-up votives with the appearance of tea light candles
Jewel shaped decorations in red, clear or gold, ideal to use on a festive table
Fun Christmas designs including Santa, an angel, a snowflake and a candelabra
Hanging snowflake, chandelier and jewel, which all include a suction pad for easy window display.
These festive light-up room decorations all include batteries and are easy to use anywhere around your home.

How to claim:

To claim your free light-up room decoration worth £3.50, take the voucher printed in the Telegraph this Saturday and Sunday, to your nearest participating M&S store. You can choose your preferred light-up room decoration from those available, while stocks last. Valid between December 13 and December 14, 2008 only. One LED per coupon, per person. See the paper for full terms and conditions.
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How much does the telegraph cost?
Don't bother unless you know somebody who works in M&S. The staff seem to hoard them away.........
The staff dont "hoard" them away, last time this offer was on (with the wrapping paper) we only had 50 packs delivered to our stores (womens and food & mens are in 2 different stores). The staff didnt get any of them, some staff had put them buy but ended up giving them to customers because some customers were extremely rude and aggressive about the offer. In the end we extended the offer by a week. This is worthwhile but dont go down at the end of the day expecting there to be tons left then get angry. These things are free, if you want them get down there early when theres likely to be some stock left.
Could someone just tell me how much the paper is?!!?! lol
Saturday newspaper cost around £1.20

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