Welwyn Hatfield Times Promotion - Save £1 on sausages plus win £100 in cash

PUBLISHED: 11:45 07 September 2016 | UPDATED: 11:47 07 September 2016

Win £100 in fivers with this week's Welwyn Hatfield Times

Win £100 in fivers with this week's Welwyn Hatfield Times

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This week’s Welwyn Hatfield Times offers and promotions have been revealed...

Save money on Debbie and Andrew's sausages with the WHTSave money on Debbie and Andrew's sausages with the WHT

Inside the paper this week you can save £1 on Debbie and Andrew’s sausages valid at Sainsbury’s, Tesco, Morrisons and Asda. For more details on this offer see page 6 of today’s Welwyn Hatfield Times.

Spent all your money on the kids over the summer? Would winning £100 come in handy? Enter the competition in today’s paper.

To celebrate the launch of the new Bank of England £5 note, one lucky reader will win £100 to spend on anything they desire.

The new Fiver is printed on polymer and will be launched on September 13. This thin, flexible plastic is resistant to dirt and moisture so they don’t become as tatty as paper notes and stay in a good condition for longer. They are also better for the environment as they last longer and can be recycled.

Simply enter today’s competition and you could soon be treating yourself to a new outfit, something for the home or a weekend away.

Enter by post or text as many times as you like! For more details on how to enter see the paper.

Love fashion? London Fashion Weekend is back on 22-25 September 2016, and we have 5 pairs of bronze tickets to be won. The London Fashion Weekend is being held at the Saatchi Gallery, King’s Road, London. To find out more about the event and how you can win tickets see page 12.

Coming next week:

- More chances to win £100 in cash

- 10 Swims for £10

- 20% off at Frankie and Benny’s

Pick up your copy of the paper today!


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