WIN a Cracking Christmas Shopping Spree in Leeds Worth £500

· Andrew Porter-Emery · Competitions

This Christmas is going to be a cracker.

Trinity Leeds Christmas

Leeds is cleaner, more vibrant, colourful and welcoming than ever before and the city centre is gearing up for a truly memorable Christmas shopping season in style. Find out more.

Leeds truly comes alive at Christmas, and you can get a helping hand with your festive shopping if you win this competition!

The nights are drawing in, the lights are starting to go up – it’s beginning to feel a lot like Christmas! Whether you’re a last-minute Crimbo Eve shopper or you’re already making lists and checking it twice, £500 to spend in Leeds is going to really help, perhaps more than ever this year. And there’s an array of transport options for getting in, including buses, trains, car parks aplenty and park & ride. Get your name in the hat and you could win a splurge that will take care of all your present purchasing needs – and maybe even a little treat for yourself!

From designer clothes to gourmet chocolates, you’ve got Christmas covered

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If you’re our lucky winner, Christmas is going be so much easier with £500 to spend across six different Leeds shopping centres and stores. Leeds is a brilliant Christmas shopping city, and you’ll be able to weave your way through it with half a dozen vouchers to spend as you wish. £100 to spend in John Lewis? That’ll take care of beauty treats and the designer clothes-loving relative on your list!

Next up, there’s floor after floor of glamorous designer threads, fine foods and world-class cosmetics in the indulgent Harvey Nichols – and you’ll arrive armed with another £100 voucher. After that, step into LUSH, where the amazing scents hit you straight away. £50 will get you a lot of smellies to stick under the Christmas tree, and they’re all fresh, handmade and cruelty-free to boot.

Victoria Quarter

You’re still just getting started! You can also win £100 to spend in Victoria Gate or Victoria Quarter, giving you dozens of boutique stores to choose from. There’s something for everyone here, whether it’s unique skincare goods at Kiehl’s, trinkets from jewellers like Boodles, timeless preppy wear from Polo Ralph Lauren or incredibly moreish treats at chocolate legends Charbonnel et Walker.

Still got friends and family to buy for or fancy treating yourself? There are endless designer bargains to be had in TKMaxx, and you’ve got £50 to spend as you wish. Last but certainly not least, you’ll have £100 for Trinity Leeds too. Pick up stocking-filler chocolates at Lindt, stock up on seasonal builds at Lego or get some high street clothes from the likes of Next and Superdry. There’s Christmas shopping, and there’s Christmas shopping on someone else’s tab!

Terms & Conditions

The free prize draw is open until 5pm on Thursday 1st December 2022. There is one prize available. The prize is in six parts. 1) £100 voucher to spend at Victoria Leeds. 2) £100 voucher to spend at John Lewis. 3) £100 voucher to spend at Harvey Nichols. 4) £100 voucher to spend at Trinity Leeds. 5) £50 voucher to spend at LUSH. 6) £50 voucher to spend at TKMaxx. Standard terms and conditions apply for all stores and shopping centres included in the prize. Must be spent in-store. This free prize draw is open to UK residents with a valid UK postal address only. One winner will be randomly selected from the database of entrants who completed the prize draw online entry form. Employees and family of LeedsBID, Leeds Digital Magazines or any agencies connected with the set up of this prize draw are not eligible to enter. No cash alternative. The winner will be contacted by email. The winner must confirm that they’re eligible and able to accept within 24 hours of the email being sent. If a winner does not contact us within this time period, we reserve the right to choose another winner at random from all other eligible entries. All entrants must be aged 18 years or over. Standard Leeds-List terms and conditions apply. Cover image: Tom Martin