Win £20 with our car sticker giveaway

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Display your free car sticker handed to you with your Telegraph tomorrow at participating retailers, listed below, for your chance to win cash prizes.

By simply displaying a sticker in your car window your vehicle could be identified by one of our eagle-eyed spotters and printed in the newspaper as a winner.

If you see your car registration printed in the paper as a winner all you have to do is call us to claim your £20 spot prize!

You can also send us a picture of your car with the sticker displayed by text to 88833 starting your message with the word CTWCAR” then a space and your name and day time telephone number (if different from the mobile used to send the message).

Text messages cost £1.50 in addition to your standard network charge and should contain no more than 160 characters.

Please note if you should enter after the stated closing date your entry will not be valid but you may still be charged. This line closes on Friday, August 31, 2012.

Or by email to midlands.marketing@jpress.co.uk please include CTW Car Sticker in the subject header.

Or post to CTW Car Sticker promotion, Corby Telegraph, Upper Mounts, Northampton, NN1 3HR.

We have £100 up for grabs each week so don’t miss your chance to win by grabbing your car stickers while they last – only with this week’s Telegraph!

Please note that by displaying your car sticker in your vehicle your registration number may be printed in the newspaper as an identified winner or entrant. Full details of how to claim your prize will be printed within the relevant feature.

Participating outlets are 52 High Street, Irthlingborough; 15 Queens Street, Geddington; Finedon Stores, 83 Wellingborough Road, Finedon; 22 High Street, Thrapston; 8 Havelock Street, Desborough; MJ News, 4 Cambridge Street, Wellingborough; 2 Sheep Street, Kettering; Sally’s News, 42 High Street, Higham Ferrers; Burton Newsagents, 42 High Street, Burton Latimer; Irchester Post Office, 2 Wollaston Road, Irchester; 21 High Street, Rushden; 1 Market Square, Higham Ferrers; 73 St John’s Road, Kettering; Kettering News, 228 Bath Road, Kettering; Bryant Road Stores, 2 Bryant Road, Kettering; Rowell News, 9/11 High Street, Rothwell; Barry Thomas News, 131 High Street, Rushden; 2 Glebe stores, Burton Latimer; Chpman’s Stores, 236 Windmill Avenue, Kettering; 38 Upper Queen Street, Rushden; Harrys News, 11 Belvoir Drive, Barton Seagrave; 67 Newton Road, Rushden; Grange Place, off Stamford Road, Kettering; 1-5 High street, Rothwell; CT Cant 3 Market Place, Oundle; Elmores 9a Silver Street Kettering; Whibleys News, Food & Wine, 37 High Street, Wollaston; 2 Churchall Road Rushden; Rockingham News, 73 Rockingham Road, Kettering; Harrington Road Mini Market, 1 Harrington Road, Rothwell; Berrymoor Supermarket, 5/6 Berrymoor Court, Wellingborough; News Food and Wine, 242 Mill Road, Kettering; Oak Tree Stores, 47 Gold Street , Desborough; Redwell Stores, 19 Harrowden Road, Wellingborough; 1 Chapel Lane , Great Doddington.

Participating outlets in the Corby area are Spencer Court News, 2 Spencer Court; Green’s, 61 Greenhill Rise; Village News and Wine, 69/71 High Street, Old Village; 10 New Post Office Square, ; Weldon Supermarket, 4 High Street, Weldon; 356 Willowbrook Road; Gretton Post Office, 48 High Street, Gretton; Paperlink, 115 Rockingham Road; Brigstock Newsagent, 34-36 High Street, Brigstock; 178 Studfall Avenue; Corby Service Station, Oakley Road; VG Stores, 350-352 Willowbrook Road; The Chocolate Shop, 20 The Jamb, Old Village; Cash Stores, 44 Burghley Drive, Exeter Place; Units 3&4, Boden Close; Corby News, 111 Welland Vale Road; 40 George Street.