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Sleepyhead’s in-store ‘Try & Fly’ promotion is continuing until the end of the month, so for anyone looking for a new luxury bed, they should get into a Sleepyhead store now, at Farmers, Beds-r-Us, Smiths City, Back to Bed and The Bed People to try Sleepyhead’s luxurious Sanctuary bed in-store to be in to win a trip for two to Sydney.
All you need to do is simply try a Sleepyhead Sanctuary bed in-store before 28th February 2017, find your nearest retailer, get a unique entry code from your Sales Person and complete the entry form online at https://www.sleepyhead.co.nz/bed/sanctuary (or enter via text entry – details are on the entry form in-store.)
The prize includes two return Air New Zealand ‘The Works’ flights from Auckland, Wellington or Christchurch to Sydney (excluding any New Zealand internal travel required to get to Auckland, Wellington or Christchurch airport), five night’s accommodation at the 5-star Hilton in Sydney (or similar), twin share, Travel Insurance cover, and all ticketed airline and airport taxes applicable to the prize package travel, plus $1,000 spending money!
Sleepyhead call their Sanctuary bed, “the most beautiful sleep every made”, combing luxury materials like wool and silk with the most advanced comfort technologies known as Sensorzone. Sensorzone provides the ultimate in comfort 5-star comfort, and every bed is made to order by their expert craftsmen, using the finest materials and construction techniques. They believe craftsmanship is the single most important element in building any mattress, and over 80 years of science goes into each Sleepyhead Sanctuary bed, and their mattress makers build up each layer by hand with 17,000 precise stitches.
Sleepyhead Sanctuary beds are known for their therapeutic qualities, with Ultra-Fresh treatment to reduce allergens. The Sleepyhead Sanctuary is endorsed by the New Zealand Chiropractors’ Association for excellence in postural design.
For more information on the Sleepyhead Sanctuary promotion, please visit the website at http://www.sleepyhead.co.nz .