Win a big old 3D TV and a Blu-ray home cinema system worth nearly £1,500

 

Are you sad to be back at work? Are you still hungover from a week ago? Are your trousers a little more snug than you remember?

The Independent feels your pain, trust us. But it isn't all doom, gloom and gale-force winds, because actually there's a chink of light at the end of that bone-weary tunnel of yours - the chance for one lucky reader to win a massive 40" Samsung 3D TV and a state-of-the-art Blu-ray home cinema system.

We'll even chuck in two pairs of 3D glasses so you can enjoy your prize on that all-important z-axis.

The whole kit and kaboodle is worth a shade under £1,500, and includes (deep breath) a Samsung UE40D8000 40" HD LED 3D television, a Samsung HT-D5100 5.1ch 3D Blu-ray home cinema system and two pairs of Samsung SSG-30502/XC Active 3D glasses.

As prizes go, it's a pretty decent one - but it's not all we're giving away this month. We also have two runner-up prizes to give away: two handheld PlayStation Vita consoles, which are so new and exclusive that they won't even be released until 22 February!

Responsible for this act of prize-winning largesse are the nice people from the Heineken Hub. All you have to do to win is fill in your details below, and you'll be added to the draw.

Just what is the Heineken Hub? It's a great new way of reading the best i news and views in the pub. Much more than just a pub with internet access, it appears at specially chosen venues to allow customers to use super-fast and free Wi-Fi to access a special area of the internet, the Heineken Hub, for which the UK’s newest newspaper, i, the quality daily and sister paper to The Independent, will be supplying exclusive content.

 

To see a list of all the fine establishments hosting the Heineken Hub, click here .

This competition ends on Tuesday 31 January. Terms and conditions apply. To read The Independent's terms and conditions, click here. To read The Independent's privacy policy, which includes our policy on what information we share about you with third parties, click here.
 

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