SHOPPERS CAN WIN: Ultra Tune Ipswich owner Luke Slater is on board with QT’s campaign, City Pride.
SHOPPERS CAN WIN: Ultra Tune Ipswich owner Luke Slater is on board with QT’s campaign, City Pride. Rob Williams

August 15 at 4pm could be the day you win $2750

IPSWICH get ready to win.

The countdown for the first City Pride gift wallet valued at $2750 is well and truly underway with just over two weeks left before the first lucky winner is announced.

To enter you must shop at any registered City Pride store, keep your receipt and fill out a competition entry form that can be found at supporting stores.

Be sure to include your name, address, phone number, name of business, receipt number and date of purchase then send your entry by pre-paid post to The Queensland Times.

The $2750 gift wallet is just the first of three City Pride prizes shoppers are eligible to win.

Shoppers have had some great suggestions with how they would spend the prize money if they were one of the lucky winners.

Shoppers will have to enter before August 15 to enter the competition and make their dreams a reality.

The prize winner of the first gift wallet will be drawn at 4pm on August 15 and their details will be published in the QT on August 19.

The next $2750 prize will be drawn on August 22 with the third and final prize of $5500 being drawn on September 5.

For more information go to the Queensland Times Facebook page or visit qt.com.au and qt.com.au/competitionterms

The competition closes at 5pm on Saturday, August 31.

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