SPENDLESS SHOES INSTAGRAyM: https://www.instagram.com/spendlessshoes/
Terms and Conditions
1.The Giveaway opens February 15th at 12:00am and closes on February 21st at 12:00am.
2.Giveaway is open to residents in Australia who are 16 years or older.
3.The entrant must be following @spendlessshoes on Instagram.
4.The entrant must comment on a recent photo (within the last 7 days) of @spendlessshoes Instagram account and tag one friend.
5.The entrant may enter as many times as they like, each comment is a new entry.
6.The promoters have the ability to eliminate any entrant who is deemed to have placed any inappropriate comments on the @spendlessshoes Instagram page.
7.The entrant will be announced and contacted on the 23rd of February by 5pm ACDT.
8.The entrant will receive five pairs of Spendless Shoes of their choice (as long as they are available) which will be posted to their elected postal address.
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