Win a pair of tickets to the Ideal Home Show
50 tickets to be won
Monday 14 March 2011
The Ideal Home Show kicked off again on the 11th, 103 years old and still going strong. This year, the Independent has teamed up with Britain's best-loved home event, and has 25 pairs of tickets to give away.
Held at London's Earl's Court, it's an award-winning show which brings together more than 600 exhibitors – many of which you won't find on the high street – to offer a unique shopping experience for all areas of the home. Whether you're after interiors, home improvements, gardens, gadgets, food, homeware or shopping, there's something for everyone at the Ideal Home Show. You'll be able to explore the iconic show houses, visit inspirational room sets and outdoor show gardens, get expert advice on all things DIY, gourmet food, gadgets and beauty, and dine in The Gregg Wallace Café, plus much more.
What's more, this year's celebrity Home Show team is stronger than ever, with experts Linda Barker, George Clarke, Gregg Wallace, Fiona Phillips, Suzi Perry and Diarmuid Gavin all making special appearances throughout the show.
To win one of 25 pairs of tickets to the show, which closes on 27 March, just enter your details below:
Ticket giveaway terms and conditions: 25 winners will be chosen at random from all entries received by 23.59 on Sunday 20 March 2011 and will each receive a pair of tickets, valid until 27 March 2011. Winners will be notified by email on Monday 21 March. Prizes are non-transferable and there is no cash alternative available. Entrants must be 18 or over. When you respond, Independent Print Ltd may use your information to contact you with offers/services of interest. For further information, please write to Customer Care, Room 203b, Northcliffe House, 2 Derry Street, London W8 5TT.
To read the Independent's terms and conditions, click here.
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