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Win 1 of 3 $1,000 SABA eGift cards

SABA are makers of a modern wardrobe, inspiring a sophisticated way of life.

 

SABA traces its fashion legacy as far back as 1965 when Joe Saba made his first forays into the Melbourne fashion scene. His iconic Collins Street store became a mecca for cutting edge collections from some of the world's most influential designers.

 

The superb, minimalist tailoring of SABA offers collections for both menswear and womenswear, with ranges spanning premium corporate suiting and evening wear.

 

Members of The Australian Plus have the chance to refresh their wardrobes and win 1 of 3 $1,000 SABA eGift cards.

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Terms and Conditions

Entries open 9.00am AEST on 1 July 2024 and close 11.59pm AEST on 1 September 2024. Must be residents of Australia, 18 years and over and be an eligible The Australian Plus member during the Promotion Period and at the date of prize draw. Limited to one entry per eligible entrant. Winner is drawn on 2 September 2024 at 4.00pm AEST at Nationwide News Pty Ltd, Cnr Mayne Rd & Campbell St, Bowen Hills QLD 4006. Winners name to be published within 7 days after the draw date on The Australian Plus website. There are 3 x $1,000 SABA eGift cards to be won. Total prize pool valued at $3,000. Winners drawn from entrants who are eligible The Australian Plus members. Prezzee is the issuer of the SABA egift cards, but is not the promoter of the offer, nor responsible for fulfilment of the offer terms. SABA is not the promoter of the offer, nor responsible for fulfilment of the offer terms. Gift card terms and conditions apply. Full terms and conditions apply

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