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The Mail is again giving you the chance to win some fantastic prizes just in time for Christmas.
All you have to do is spend a minimum of $10 at the Healesville Walk, Croydon Cinemas, Cuckoo Restaurant, Monbulk Jewellers, Beechworth Bakery or wherever you see the promotional poster.
Simply fill out the entry form to go into the draw.
Some of the prizes include a Gold Cinema Card to the value of $5000, courtesy of Croydon Cinemas, and shopping vouchers to the value of $1000 courtesy of Healesville Walk Shopping Centre.
Also available are jewellery vouchers and plenty more.
The competition runs from Tuesday 21 November until Sunday 10 December.
The winners will be drawn at the Mail News Group office at 244 Maroondah Highway, Healesville.
All winners will be notified, with results published on Tuesday 12 December.
Good luck.
The All I want for Christmas 2017 prize list is as follows:
* Healesville Walk – $1000 in vouchers
* Croydon Cinemas – $5000 Gold Card
* Cuckoo Restaurant – Dine for four adults, plus comp bottle of wine (total value $480);
* Monbulk Jewellers – $500 gift voucher
* Beechworth Bakery – Vouchers to the value of $100

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