FREE HAT, SCARF OR MITTENS WORTH UP TO [Pounds Sterling]25 AT ACCESSORIZE

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FREE HAT, SCARF OR MITTENS WORTH UP TO [Pounds Sterling]25 AT ACCESSORIZE


ACCESSORIZE, the award-winning accessories store, is an Aladdin's cave of fashion.

The Daily Mail has joined forces with the High Street store to give away a choice of winter warmers in a stylish monochrome Fairisle pattern -- spend [pounds sterling]15 or more in store and then just choose your favourite giveaway! Keep cosy in a trapper-style hat with faux fur trim; opt for the scarf with pom poms; or stay warm in mittens.

Accessorize has 268 shops throughout the country, so simply take the coupon here to your nearest store to claim your free gift. This offer ends on Sunday, December 11.

FOR your nearest stockist, contact the customer hotline number: 0844 811 0068.

2-FOR-1 PANTO TICKETS

THE Mail has teamed up with more than 500 pantos and winter attractions across the country to offer you the opportunity to buy two tickets for the price of one. Go to www.dailymail.co.uk/promotions, where each venue is listed, and you can find out when the two-for-one offer is available and how to book tickets. Dates vary, and tickets are available only on specified dates and are subject to availability. Contact the venue for further details. Some performances and attractions are not suitable for younger children -- please check details. Please quote 'Daily Mail offer' if booking by phone. Please print out the voucher on the website and bring it to the venue.

TERMS and conditions at www.dailymail.co.uk/promotions. The offer is made by individual theatres who have their own conditions. The Mail will not enter into correspondence regarding this offer.

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