£5, £10, £20 and £50 notes in 1000's of copies of Saturdays (4th) Sun Newspaper
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£5, £10, £20 and £50 notes in 1000's of copies of Saturdays (4th) Sun Newspaper

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Found 3rd Dec 2010
Will you find a £5, £10, £20 or even £50 banknote in tomorrow's paper?
We're giving readers an early Xmas present by putting real cash in thousands of copies of Saturday's Sun.

If you do not find a banknote you could still win up to £50,000 with The Sun's Cash for Christmas game.

The game is played over one week, with £350,000 in cash prizes to be won.

Your Cash For Christmas gamecard - which is inside Saturday's Sun newspaper - contains 6 lucky numbers.

Each day from Saturday December 4th until Saturday December 11th, The Sun will print three Cash For Christmas numbers. If any of the lucky numbers printed in the paper match one of the Cash For Christmas numbers on your game card you win the corresponding prize.

Pick up this Saturday's Sun for your chance to get your hands on some cash!



Read more: thesun.co.uk/sol…tml

21 Comments

if i find money inside im going to

God forbid you have to "read" the thing though.

no one found cash in last weekend News of the World similar offer.. All gimmicks

its not exatly a deal though is it?

yet another gimmick to buy the paper,

i get it everyday

I got £5 in one of these a couple weeks back. Was VERY surprised!

cheers have some heat..

so now the papers are actually paying you to read them. i thought this day would come, although not this quick.

not sure this qualifies as a deal,as its a thousand to one gamble(at least)-buying the paper doesnt guarantee a win of any sort
Edited by: "barky" 3rd Dec 2010

No I wont find any money in tomorrows Sun, because my little rat bag delivery boy will have sifted through every paper in his bag before putting it through my door.

Surely every newsagent across the country will check each paper before putting them out & pocket the cash?!

581d

No I wont find any money in tomorrows Sun, because my little rat bag … No I wont find any money in tomorrows Sun, because my little rat bag delivery boy will have sifted through every paper in his bag before putting it through my door.



not so easy for him to do that without being obvious-the cash is in a sealed envelope,and that envelope is inside a sealed bag which the supplements come in,if mine arrived opened I would refuse to pay for it.

its like posting a deal saying if you buy a lottery ticket you might win some money.

hence not a deal, voted cold.

be a good idea to run a poll and everyone that buys the sun reports yes i found a £5 etc. i bet 99% dont find anything, just a data collecting exercise!

electric0ant

its like posting a deal saying if you buy a lottery ticket you might win … its like posting a deal saying if you buy a lottery ticket you might win some money.hence not a deal, voted cold.



its nothing like your example

for yours you would be purchasing a lottery ticket solely to gamble.

here you are purchasing a paper to read and have the bonus of a free chance to win something.

must be russian fifa bribe money

liver

no one found cash in last weekend News of the World similar offer.. All … no one found cash in last weekend News of the World similar offer.. All gimmicks



I won £5 last week

Oh, here we go again.
I would be happier if they said that
some of the envelopes contained
a copy of a good newspaper, but,
yes, I am being silly.

20 posts on a Sun deal and not one Scouser mentioning Hillsborough - never thought I'd see the day

Great deal for stockists and delivery boys/girls
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