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Children readingWe're giving away £100 of National Book Tokens to five lucky schools, personalised with the winners' own text, crest or images.

National Book Tokens are the oldest and one of the best-known gift cards in the UK. Passionate supporters of the benefits of reading for pleasure, National Book Tokens make the perfect school prize.

Established in 1932 and welcomed in over 1,700 bookshops - including Waterstones, Blackwell, WHSmith, Eason, all good independent bookshops and online - you can rest assured that no matter where you are based or where your students live, they can be used in a bookshop nearby.



You could win £100 of National Book Tokens for your school!

Personalise them with your text, crest or images, and split the prize into whatever denominations suit you - whether that's twenty £5 gift cards for multiple students, or one big prize to reward an outstanding pupil. To enter, just complete the form below.

The competition ends on Sunday 1st March 2020.


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Terms and conditions

Prizes: £100 of personalised National Book Tokens will be awarded to each of five schools.

  • No purchase necessary.
  • The prizes are non-transferable and there are no cash alternatives.
  • Each prize of £100 will be allocated as personalised National Book Tokens gift cards in one or more denominations as requested by the winning school, e.g. 1 x £100, 2 x £50, 10 x £10 etc. The lowest available denomination is £5 per gift card.
  • Only one personalised design will be allowed per winning school.
  • The images and/or text used to personalise the gift cards must be compliant with our terms and conditions for personalised gift cards, including compliance with copyright laws. For full details of these terms and conditions please click here.
  • Only one entry per person and per school will be accepted.
  • Entrants must be authorised to act on behalf of the school for which they submit their entry, by working in some capacity for said school - e.g. headteacher, bursar, teacher etc.
  • For the purposes of this prize draw a 'school' is defined as any public sector or independent primary, middle or secondary school, special school, or pupil referral unit, in the UK.
  • The closing date is Sunday 1st March 2020 at 11:59pm. Winners will be selected at random and contacted by email within a month of this date.
  • In the event of the winner not responding when contacted via email after 14 days,we reserve the right to allocate the prize to another winner.
  • The competition is open to UK residents except employees of the Booksellers Association, Book Tokens Ltd and employees of participating bookshops.
  • All entrants must be over the age of 18 to enter. 
  • By entering, entrants acknowledge that this competition is a game of chance, which does not involve exercising any skill or judgement.
  • Entrants agree to Book Tokens Ltd using their details in post-competition publicity. Your details will not be used for any other purpose, or passed onto any third parties, unless specified.
  • The promoter's decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. 
  • Promoter: Book Tokens Ltd, 6 Bell Yard, London, WC2A 2JR.



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