Win a break in Paris

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Spent all your holiday money in the summer holiday but still fancy getting away for half-term? We have the answer for two Friday readers, each of whom can win a three-night break for two in Paris, including luxury coach travel with Eurolines and accommodation provided by, the hotel and apartment reservations website. The winners can choose to travel by day or overnight.

With affordable routes to more than 500 destinations in Europe, Eurolines serves 31 countries, from Ireland to the Ukraine and Norway to Spain. Its newly launched luxury service, with additional legroom, reclining seats, and headphones to listen to music or a video, takes eight hours to get to Paris from London. En route, there's a chance on board a Pamp;O ferry to shop, visit the bar or have a meal in Langan's Brasserie. Booking: 08705 143219;, or at any National Express agent. Octopus also offers sightseeing tours in 250 cities worldwide. Octopus: 0870 1624100;

To take part in our draw, fill out an entry form at Competition closes on September 24.

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