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    Once: Win a weekend shopping break to Manchester @ Tesco

    Simply fill in your details and email address and send them to us by 25 June 2010 via our online entry form.

    Serviced apartment company SACO, is giving you the chance to win a luxurious weekend shopping break in Manchester, staying in one of their stylish and contemporary serviced apartments.

    Home to bands such as Oasis, and Britains longest-running television soap Corrie, this vibrant city has so much to offer youll be spoilt for choice. Start the weekend off with a shopping spree in some of Manchesters trendy shopping areas, as the lucky winner will receive £100 worth of shopping vouchers to spend on goodies for themselves.

    They and their guest will also get two nights accommodation in one of SACOs centrally located 4* Manchester apartments. Each apartment offers a home-from-home experience individually designed with a fully equipped kitchen, broadband, satellite TV and DVD player, as well as a juliet balcony or outside seating area, offering superb city views, and underground parking, www.sacoapartments.co.uk.

    And not only will the winner get to stay in the lap of luxury they will also win a pair of tickets to see a top show at The Palace Theatre. One of the countrys most popular theatre venues outside of London, it hosts major touring musicals including Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and The Hobbit. See manchesterpalace.org.uk for more information. Plus they will also get dinner for two at Felicini an Italian restaurant that prides itself on classic dishes with a modern twist, www.felicini.co.uk.

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