Win with ‘Maritzburg Fever’ and Solé

2017-02-01 06:03
 PHOTO: supplied Enter Valentine’s ‘Fever’ and win a spa day for you and your loved one valued at R4 000.

PHOTO: supplied Enter Valentine’s ‘Fever’ and win a spa day for you and your loved one valued at R4 000.

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CATCH the Valentine’s Fever with Maritzburg Fever and Solé Salons and Spa and stand a chance to win a King and Queen of Hearts spa treatment valued at R4 000 this Valentine’s Day.

The winning couple will also win a Spalicious Scrub and Butter set valued at R300 from Spalicious.

Photo entries will be uploaded onto the Maritzburg Fever Facebook page in an album called Valentine’s Fever on 8 February.

All you need to do is get your friends and family to like your photo. The photo with the most likes will win the grand prize.

Only the original photo that is in the album will be recognised as the entry. Likes on shared photos will not count.

The winner will be announced on the Maritzburg Fever Facebook page on Tuesday, 14 February. The winner’s details will appear in the paper on Wednesday, 15 February.

High resolution, JPG photos will ensure that should you win your picture will be in the paper.

Low resolution or other formatted pictures will, unfortunately, not be used.

All you need to do is email a photo of yourself and your king or queen to

Remember to include both your names and where you are from. Only entries from Pietermaritzburg, Hilton or Howick will be accepted.

Winners must also be willing to have photos taken from their spa day to be used in the paper.

For more information, visit the Maritzburg Fever Facebook page.

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