Father’s Day is less than four weeks away and if you are struggling with gift ideas, this is the perfect competition for you. To celebrate Father’s Day on Sunday 17th of June, I have teamed up with the lovely people of Frederick Thomas who are giving one lucky reader the chance to win a £100 voucher to spend online at www.frederickthomas.co.uk.
Frederick Thomas ties and accessories
Frederick Thomas London specialises in handmade ties, socks, cufflinks and other men’s fashion accessories. With an extensive range of styles and trends, they’ve got you covered for the office as well as for weddings or special occasions like Christenings, anniversaries or a special Father’s Day dinner with the family.
You think your dad’s Father’s Day ties are boring? Help jazz up your Dad’s or partner’s wardrobe with Frederick Thomas’ fun dinosaur and skull print ties, or add a bit of texture with linen, knitted, tweed and wool ties from Frederick Thomas London. The options are endless. I’ve even found the perfect cow tie for my brother-in-law!
How to enter the competition
To be in with a chance of winning the £100 voucher, which you can spend not only on ties but absolutely everything on the Frederick Thomas website, simply fill in the Rafflecopter form below. Please, follow the instructions provided as false or incomplete entries won’t be counted and entered into the prize draw. Good luck!
As an extra special deal, Frederick Thomas London is also offering each reader a £10 voucher to spend at www.frederickthomas.co.uk. Just enter the code FATHERSDAY9 at the checkout.
Terms and conditions: The competition is open to UK residents, and you must be over 18 years of age to enter. The winner will be selected at random from all entries received by the closing date on 13 June 2018. Any entries after this date will not be considered. There is no cash alternative and no change given if the prize amount is not spent. There will be ONE winner and the prize is as specified. £10 voucher code for all readers expires 18 June 2018 and cannot be applied to existing promotions.