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Free Harry Potter promotional DVD and mouse mat inside The Telegraph this weekend
Free Harry Potter promotional DVD and mouse mat inside The Telegraph this weekend

Free Harry Potter promotional DVD and mouse mat inside The Telegraph this weekend

Free DVD and mouse mat inside this weekend

Explore Universal Orlando® Resorts all new The Wizarding World of Harry Potter with a world exclusive preview DVD inside The Daily Telegraph on Saturday, January 16. Plus, free inside The Sunday Telegraph on January 17, get a fantastic colour mouse mat of Harry Potter and Hogwarts castle*.

Experience a preview of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter with this world exclusive, special edition DVD. Go behind the scenes of the magical new world and find out how the creative teams at Universal Studios and Warner Brothers conceptualised the new attraction. Watch interviews with the stars of the film series and get a sneak peak of the amazing new rides and attractions. You can also view an exclusive magical, 3D tour of the theme park and access brilliant interactive extras for your computer including print outs, downloads and an interactive attraction map that's just like the version from the films.

Plus, all next week, claim five free exclusive gifts** with The Daily Telegraph and celebrate The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, to be revealed this Spring 2010 at Universal Orlando® Resort. Free gifts include: a travel alarm clock, SD card and reader, a luggage tag, lenticular print and glossy A2 poster. Postage required.

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Thanks I really need a new mouse mat too!

thanks - will look out for it

thanks

How much is the paper over the weekend? Only really a freebie if you were going to buy the paper anyway (unlike myself). I reckon it'll cost over £3 for these 'freebies'

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How much is the paper over the weekend? Only really a freebie if you were … How much is the paper over the weekend? Only really a freebie if you were going to buy the paper anyway (unlike myself). I reckon it'll cost over £3 for these 'freebies'



Yes I agree with you, however for some it may just help them choose which paper they buy at the weekend.
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