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From tomorrow (10 February 2021) Reach, the largest newspaper publishers in the UK, will launch their ‘Win a share of £15,000 shopping vouchers’ competition through their regional titles.

The £15,000 total prize fund will be split over the participating titles. Please see participating titles below:

  • Liverpool Echo
  • The Sentinel – Stoke
  • MEN
  • Daily Post
  • Leicester Mercury
  • Derby Telegraph
  • South Wales Evening Post
  • South Wales Echo
  • Plymouth Herald
  • Bristol Post
  • Huddersfield Examiner
  • Nottingham Post
  • Burton Mail
  • Western Mail
  • Western Morning News
  • Western Daily Press
  • Newcastle Chronicle
  • Hull Daily Mail
  • Teesside Gazette
  • Birmingham Mail
  • Grimsby Mail
  • Grimsby Telegraph
  • The Journal
  • Coventry Telegraph

Within each title there will be a token to collect from Wednesday 10th until Wednesday 24th February.

There will be 13 tokens appearing in paper in total, readers will only need to collect 8 out of the 13. There will be an entry coupon with a space for readers to stick their tokens onto as well as area for filling in their details.

Their entries will need to be sent to the address stated on the adverts.

There will be 3 winners per title selected at random as winners, 1st will win £500, 2nd £300 and 3rd £200.

Click here to download a poster to display in store!

Don’t forget, Reach have created a new Facebook page, the ‘Reach Retail Community’, where you can find out the latest promotions and talk with other Reach retailers. Give them a follow by clicking here.

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