Daily News staff Jo Cuskelly and Lisa Hemmings highly recommend the new 5 Seeds variety.
Daily News staff Jo Cuskelly and Lisa Hemmings highly recommend the new 5 Seeds variety.

Grab top prizes in your Daily

EVERYTHING is coming up apples in the Daily News competition department, with our latest Five Seeds cider promotion.

Readers have the chance to win one of two cartons of this refreshing tipple every week in the month of May and entering could not be easier.

Simply pick up a copy of the Daily News from your preferred outlet from Saturday through to Thursday and fill in the entry form at the top of page two.

After that it's a simple matter of either posting it to "5SEEDS SOUR", Warwick Daily News, PO Box 358, Warwick QLD 4370 or drop it in to our office at 50 Albion St.

The competition closes at 3pm each Thursday and winners will be notified by phone on Thursday afternoons.

Also now up for grabs is the Daily News' latest competition, offering one lucky reader the chance to win a three-minute "Grocery Grab" courtesy of Supa IGA.

As the name suggests the winner will receive three minutes in which to dash around the store and grab as many grocery items as they can to fill their trolley.

To be in with a chance all you need to do is collect three Daily News mastheads dated between Tuesday, May 1 and Monday, June 4 and a docket for $100 or more from Supa IGA and send them in to us with a completed entry form.

Pick up a copy of tomorrow's Daily News to find an entry form for the Three Minute Dash in the Supa IGA Grocery Grab.

Keep an eye out for entries for the following promotions we also have running...

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Win double passes to see the Delltones at the Warwick RSL Club

Win double passes to see The Old Fella and Benchmark at Toowoomba's Empire Theatre



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