WIN a selection of Valentine’s Day treats from Mr Kipling!

Open from 10/02/2017 to 24/02/2017

WIN a selection of Valentine’s Day treats from Mr Kipling!

Looking for something a little different this Valentine’s Day?

The clever cupids over at Mr Kipling have added an extra dollop of romance into their cakes by taking some of the nation’s most loved cakes and re-designing them with cute, bespoke messages just for Valentine’s Day! 

To find out more about Mr Kipling visit mrkipling.co.uk/occasions

What you win

We’re giving away a month's supply of limited edition Mr. Kipling Valentine’s Day collection cakes, amounting to 20 boxes, worth £35!

 

How to enter

To enter this competition simply answer the following question and then submit your details below:

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Q. From what year has Mr Kipling been making "exceedingly good cakes"?

 


Competition Terms & Conditions
Promoter: Immediate Media Company London Limited. This competition is open from 10/02/2017 to 11.59pm 24/02/2017. Open to UK residents only - England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland, aged 18 or over. One Winner will win 20 boxes of Mr Kipling cakes worth £35. The prize can not be exchanged for a cash value. Winners will be the first correct entry drawn at random after the closing date (unless otherwise stated). One entry per person only. Entrant's details will be used in accordance with Immediate’s Privacy Policy. Winners will be notified within 10 days of the closing date by email. The name and county of residence of the winner(s) will be published on youandyourwedding.co.uk within two months of the closing date. The Promoter reserves the right to reoffer the prize to a runner up or use it in a future promotion if the winner cannot be contacted within 10 days of the closing date, unless otherwise stated. The Promoter does not accept responsibility for lost, delayed or fraudulent entries. Prize is as stated, no cash alternative.This promotion is subject to the laws of England.