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The BIG little City is unwrapping Cracker Deals from tomorro

Media Alert Thursday, 29th November 2012

The BIG little City is unwrapping Cracker Deals from tomorrow

The BIG little City is has wrapped up some hottest offers in time for Christmas in the central city with Cracker Deals, they launch tomorrow!

Each day in the lead-up to Christmas there will be new deals to take advantage of, including brands such as Kate Sylvester, Coast, Auckland Art Gallery, World Britomart and Pencil Boutique.

So, with the click of a button, you can find your Christmas gift inspiration.
For more information, head to www.biglittlecity.co.nz/cracker-deals or www.facebook.com/BIGlittlecityAKLD .


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