'free' WW2 DVD




 
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November 7th, 2008  
perseus
 
 

Topic: 'free' WW2 DVD


I have just read there is a 'free' WW2 DVD with the UK Daily Telegraph tomorrow. Just in case the moderators think this is spam, let me make it clear in my humble opinion the only thing this paper is usually fit for is toilet paper
November 8th, 2008  
5.56X45mm
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by perseus
I have just read there is a 'free' WW2 DVD with the UK Daily Telegraph tomorrow. Just in case the moderators think this is spam, let me make it clear in my humble opinion the only thing this paper is usually fit for is toilet paper
I want free crap!

Does the UK Daily Telegraph have a readership in Miami, Florida?
No... then I demand that they start one.
November 8th, 2008  
MontyB
 
 
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/portal/ma...n_colour.jhtml


How to claim

Option one
Claim a different DVD each day between November 10-14, 2008 at participating WHSmith stores. Take the completed form printed in-paper to your nearest store and exchange it for that day's DVD. Only one DVD per newspaper purchase. The form is only valid on the day of purchase for the advertised title.

Option two
To have the five-set collection sent to you by post, collect five of seven tokens printed in-paper until Sunday, November 16 and attach to a form. Post your form and tokens with a cheque for 4.99 or (to cover p&p) to WWII in Colour, Admail, ADM 4041, Derby DE1 1ZB. Please make all cheques payable to Telegraph WWII promotion. Orders must be received by December, 12.

Option three
To have the full seven-DVD, The WWII in Colour presentation pack posted to your door simply complete a form (no tokens are needed) and send with a cheque for 9.99 (includes p&p). Please send to: WWII in Colour, Admail, ADM 4041, Derby DE1 1ZB.

Related links
1.Britain at War: Readers' Memories - to mark the 70th anniversary of the Munich agreement, The Telegraph unveiled a unique project to record Second World War memories. Click here to view.

2.If you would like to make a donation to The Royal British Legion, click here.

3.Start building your family tree free of charge with the Telegraph's Family History service. Click here for more details.

4.Poppy Travel is the specialist travel arm of The Royal British Legion, who have arranged visits to battlefields, war cemeteries and memorials since the 1920s. For more information click here.

5.View archive footage online plus listen to audio recollections of the men and women who were there. Click here.

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