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Win £3,000 To Spend On Your Home

Win £3,000 To Spend On Your Home
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Young couple in new flat with cardboard boxes, sitting on floor
Young couple in new flat with cardboard boxes, sitting on floor
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Buying a home can be an expensive business. Not only do you have your legal fees, stamp duty and estate agent’s commission to pay, once you’ve actually moved into your lovely new home, there could be more expenses that you’ll need to cover.

Freshening up the walls with a lick of paint, revamping the bathroom or investing in some extra furniture will help you to stamp your personal style on your new place, so you won’t want to scrimp on them. That’s why we’ve teamed up with award-winning* home insurer, Legal & General to bring you this amazing prize draw.

One lucky home-owner will receive a tidy £3,000 in shopping vouchers to spend on their home. And the best bit? They’ll be able to choose any combination of vouchers from the following high street stores: Homebase, Made, A&O, M&S, House of Fraser and Argos. The tricky part will be deciding what to spend the £3,000 on!

With over 90 years’ experience in building and contents insurance, Legal & General offers different levels of cover depending on your needs. If you’re unfortunate enough for something to happen, a personal claims manager will help you with your claim. With a Reevoo rating of 8.6/10* and Your Money readers’ vote as Best Online Home Insurance Provider** for five years running, with Legal & General you know you’re in safe hands.

The Prize Draw closes on 14th June 2016. Full Prize Draw Terms & Conditions Apply.

* 8.6 rating received from 1081 reviews correct as of 5th April 2016. Reviews received from Legal & General’s Essential and Extra Home Insurance products

** Best Online Home Insurance provider 2015 as voted for by Your Money readers


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