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New Orleans is known as The Big Easy for two reasons: it's a big place, and everyone is really easy-going.

Get a 15% discount at The Conran Shop

Take the stress out of Christmas shopping with their range of perfect stocking fillers and gifts

Win a place on the London2Brighton cycle ride

Ten free places on this iconic ride from London to Brighton

Win tickets to see The Only True History of Lizzie Finn

1892: Lizzie Finn is a celebrated dancer.

Win a sumptuous three-night stay at one of Austria's finest experience hotels

Austria is a country famed for its beautiful cities, lovely countryside and a relaxed, healthy outlook on life, and it is more and more becoming the chosen location to break away from hectic lifestyles and get back in touch with nature.

See Cantina for just £17.50

Take your seat for an evening of beautiful, exhilarating and truly breathtaking entertainment.

Win one of 14 pairs of tickets to Latitude

Latitude, the UK’s favourite multi-arts festival, returns for its seventh edition in 2012, between 12 - 15th July, at Henham Park in Suffolk.

Win a set of all the brilliant winners of the 2012 Fiction Uncovered prize

The Fiction Uncovered prize is an unusual one, in that it selects eight titles instead of one winner each year. Its remit is quite simple: to “uncover and celebrate our best British writers”.

Royal Shakespeare Company: Julius Caesar

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See the UK premiere of The Suit for just £15

The ultimate betrayal. The cruellest revenge. A hauntingly beautiful musical play.

See the UK premiere of The Suit for just £15

The ultimate betrayal. The cruellest revenge. A hauntingly beautiful musical play.

£100 off men's suits at Jaeger

British luxury brand Jaeger has teamed up with The Independent to offer £100 off all full priced men's suits between 3 May and 10 June 2012.

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