Win £500 of John Lewis vouchers

Enter our December competition and you could enjoy an extra special Christmas this year.

GP is offering you the chance to win a very merry Christmas. We are giving away £500 of John Lewis vouchers, which will be delivered to the winner the week before Christmas.

John Lewis gift vouchers can be spent online at johnlewis.com and in all John Lewis and Waitrose shops.

So, whether you splash out on last-minute Christmas presents, decorations, or a turkey with all the trimmings, our competition winner will have this year's Christmas covered. Or, of course, you could save them for a New Year treat.

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