WIN ...Your Petrol Paid for a Year Worth Up to Pounds 2,000; THIS WEEK: Fantastic Competition to Have Your Bills Paid Coventry Telegraph CUT THE COST

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WIN ...Your Petrol Paid for a Year Worth Up to Pounds 2,000; THIS WEEK: Fantastic Competition to Have Your Bills Paid Coventry Telegraph CUT THE COST


HERE'S a chance to win your petrol or diesel paid for a whole year up to the value of pounds 2,000.

The price of fuel is constantly increasing, and is at the highest level it has been for a long time. This is costing motorists dearly, and with the cost of living increasing, everyone is feeling the pinch.

Wouldn't it be lovely if you had some extra cash, so paying for petrol or diesel wasn't such a worry or a hassle? Well here's your chance to win your fuel bills for the year!

All you have to do is collect five tokens from those printed in your Coventry Telegraph throughout this week and send them in along with the entry form printed in Saturday's paper.

BONUS TOKENS ONLINE

Look out for more tokens in paper for the rest of this week. There are bonus tokens available from our website too.

So don't worry if you miss a day, there'll be another bonus token available for you to print off from our online pages at www. …

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