[Pounds Sterling]1/4 MILLION DREAM HOMES IN THE SUN MUST BE WON; FRANCE ... SPAIN ... MAJORCA ... PORTUGAL ... CYPRUS ... FLORIDA ... YOU CHOOSE WHERE YOU WANT YOUR SUNSHINE HOME TO BE!

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[Pounds Sterling]1/4 MILLION DREAM HOMES IN THE SUN MUST BE WON; FRANCE ... SPAIN ... MAJORCA ... PORTUGAL ... CYPRUS ... FLORIDA ... YOU CHOOSE WHERE YOU WANT YOUR SUNSHINE HOME TO BE!


HUNDREDS of thousands of Brits are living their dream by owning their own home in the sun. And today we are giving you the chance to join them by winning the greatest newspaper property giveaway ever.

Whether you fancy living in Spain, France, Portugal, Cyprus, Greece or Florida, or maybe even Turkey, South Africa or Dubai - or anywhere you care to mention - you can if you are one of the three winners of our sensational competition.

And to help you achieve your dream of making a new life in the sun, we have put together the Daily Mail Passport - a series of FREE colour booklets with everything you need to know about buying a property abroad. You'll find Part One inside Weekend Magazine today.

Today, we're giving you the chance to win one of three - yes, three - [pounds sterling]250,000 properties anywhere in the world.

It could be a villa overlooking the Mediterranean, a luxury farmhouse in the Dordogne, a beautiful home next to a golf course in Portugal or even an apartment in Dubai. If you are one of our winners, the choice will be yours.

We will give each of our three winners [pounds sterling]250,000 to spend on the property of their dreams anywhere in the world, and if there is any money over after you have completed your purchase, you can keep it to spend as you wish.

This is the chance of a lifetime which you will not want to miss, and to give you a head start we are giving you today a special bonus token which is worth FOUR TOKENS.

So make sure you keep your tokens safe, and collect more next week.

HOW TO ENTER

A DIFFERENTLY dated token will appear each day in the Daily Mail until July 28, 2004. Save 35 differently dated tokens and send them to the address we will give you later.

No purchase is necessary. Five Any Date tokens per application can be obtained by sending an SAE to: Home In The Sun Token Requests, PO Box 6280, Nottingham NG70 1AD. Alternatively, personal callers can collect five Any Date tokens from Northcliffe House (Young Street entrance), London W8; the north door of 200 Renfield Street, Glasgow G2; 2 Chatsworth Technology Park, Dunston Road, Chesterfield; News Dept, Easons Retail Shop, Donegal Place, Belfast BT1; or the information desk at Eason & Sons Ltd, 42 O'Connell Street, Dublin 1. …

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