How will you make today delicious? Tell us, and you could win a £50 M&S giftcard

 

THIS PROMOTION HAS NOW CLOSED

Let us know how you are making today delicious through food for your partner, family, friends or colleagues and you could win a £50 M&S giftcard.  We’ll be awarding giftcards every week for the next two weeks for the best entries.

You’ll also be entered into a draw for a monthly grand prize.  Our final grand prize is everything you need to create a delicious Mediterranean-style champagne picnic.  We’ll supply a four-person picnic carrier bag, Mediterranean lunch for four and a bottle of Oudinot rose pink champagne, and there are two prizes to be won.

For your chance to win this week, tell us how you plan to 'make today delicious' with food for a loved one. Enter below, or tell us via Twitter using the hashtag #maketodaydelicious followed by #ind

Terms and conditions

Weekly competition

The next three competitions:
(i) opens 0:00 on 8 August 2013 and closes at 23:59 on 14 August 2013
(ii) opens 0:00 on 15 August 2013 and closes at 23:59 on 21 August 2013
(iii) opens 0:00 on 22 August 2013 and closes at 23:59 on 28 August 2013

Only one entry per person per week. 18+ only. There is one prize each week of a £50 Marks & Spencer giftcard. The winning entry will be the favourite valid entry as selected by the judging panel. The winner will be contacted by email, telephone or direct message (if the entry was made via Twitter) by the Monday following the closing date. If we are unable to contact you successfully by midday nine days after the closing date the prize will be awarded to another entrant. Determination and decision of the judging panel shall be final and no promotional correspondence will be entered into.

Grand prize

If you enter one of the weekly competitions above, you will also be entered into the grand prize draw closing at 23.59 on 28 August 2013, for which there are two prizes. If you enter more than one weekly competition you will only have one entry in this grand prize draw. Each winner will receive one 4 person picnic carrier bag, Mediterranean lunch for 4, one bottle of Oudinot rose pink champagne. (All components within the prize are subject to availability and may be changed to items of similar value. Mediterranean lunch for 4 cannot be delivered and will need to be ordered and collected in store by the winner by 30 September 2013). The winners will be the first two entrants drawn at random from all entries received. Delivery subject to normal M&S delivery geographic restrictions.

General

Prizes are non-transferable. No cash alternative. By entering, your entry automatically becomes content that may be published on independent.co.uk and other relevant channels. By entering the competition you agree that The Independent may use your information to contact you with offers/services of interest. Usual promotion rules apply, see independent.co.uk/rules. For further information, please write to Customer Care, Room 203b, Northcliffe House, 2 Derry Street, London, W8 5TT. Promoter: Marks & Spencer PLC.

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