Win our fantastic £1,500 Christmas shopping spree

What would you do with £1,500 worth of John Lewis vouchers? Boost your Christmas budget, or save it for the January sales? Fritter it away over a few months, or book into a hotel near the flagship store in London and make it a weekend to remember? You could even log on to and do it all from home.

Our Christmas gift to one lucky reader is £1,500 worth of John Lewis vouchers. You decide how to spend it - on clothes, a new wardrobe or a bed, a new TV, lovely food, jewellery or toys, in store or online. John Lewis shops offer more than 300,000 different products and services to choose from. And if that's still not enough choice, you can use the vouchers online at, or at Waitrose supermarkets, Ocado, Waitrose Entertaining and Waitrose Wine Direct.

How to enter
To win £1,500 worth of John Lewis vouchers, answer the question: How many products and services do John Lewis shops offer?

Email your answer, with your name, GMC number, and your delivery address to by Monday 17 December, writing 'shopping spree' as the title. Alternatively, you can visit the competitions section on

The competition is open to GPs and GP registrars only. For a full list of competition rules go to

Gift vouchers will be despatched on 18 December and, postal service permitting, they should be with you the week before Christmas.

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