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Pin to Win! Eyes Down for Next's Pinterest Bingo Competition

LEICESTER, UNITED KINGDOM -- (Marketwire) -- 11/26/12 -- Pin to win with the latest Pinterest Bingo competition from British brand Next. With a Next outfit of up to GBP 200 up for grabs, simply create your bingo card by pinning your 5 favourite products from the specially made pinboards of the new in fashion collections. From peep toe shoes to printed trousers, pick your favourite from each Next Official board and then Tweet your board with #nextbingo to be counted.

For example, the dresses board includes a gorgeous tan embellished dress, abstract floral printed ponte and cute navy dress with Peter Pan collar - all of which you can shop over at Next online of course. Complete the look for a party with glam accessories and faux fur coat or for work with a classic trench coat and tote bag.

There will then be a randomly generated combination of 5 pins drawn on 30th November. For more information, see terms and conditions below. Happy pinning!

To take part in Next's Pinterest Bingo Competition, entries must be received by 3pm on November 30th 2012. To enter, follow these instructions:

Visit the official Next Pinterest account at pinterest.com/nextofficial/


--  There will be five category boards, labelled "Next's Pinterest Bingo"
    each with ten pins. 
--  These will be Dresses, Knitwear & Tops, Skirts & Trousers, Coats &
    Jackets and Accessories including Shoes & Bags. 
--  Simply create your own board and pin one item from each category, 5 in
    total. 
--  Once the board has been created, Tweet the link of your board with the
    #nextbingo to be counted. 
--  One entry per person

At the end of the competition, a random combination of 5 pins will be drawn.

The board matching the combination of 5 pins will be the winner. If there are multiple boards that match the combination of 5 pins, 1 winner will be drawn at random. If there are no matching boards, Next will draw another combination of 5 pins and the above process will be repeated.

The winner will be notified after December 5th via an @winnerhandle on Pinterest. There will then be details of how to claim the prize.

The prize is a Next outfit up to the value of GBP 200. Please note you do not win the products selected for your board as Next cannot guarantee that the items will be in stock or available in your requested size.

The competition winner must claim their prize within 7 days of notification being sent and Next reserves the right to select an alternative winner should the prize not be claimed within this time. The prize cannot be exchanged for cash or otherwise and no cash alternative will be offered. Next reserves the right to substitute a prize of equal or higher value in the event of unforeseen circumstances. Liability cannot be accepted for entries which are lost in transit or not received by Next due to technical difficulties.

Next reserves the right to exclude from the competition any entry that does not meet the criteria set out in these Terms and Conditions.

Next's decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. We reserve the right to feature photographs and screenshots of the winning Pinterest board, as well as the name and county of the prize winner in future publications and publicity. Next reserves the right to apply the value of the prize to any outstanding account(s) of Next Group Companies.

The winner's name and County will be available from December 8th by sending an email to nextcompetition@next.co.uk. This promotion is not open to employees of Next, their families, associated agents, or anyone professionally connected with the promotion.

The promoter is Next Retail Ltd, trading as Next Directory. Registered office Desford Road, Enderby, Leicester, LE19 4AT. Registered No. 4521150

Contacts:
Next Retail
Matt King
0116 284 3185
matthew_king@next.co.uk

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