Be #seeninqueenbee to WIN a $500 Queen Bee Voucher
The social season is upon us and what better way to shimmy through life's events than with some new frocks. So, ladies here's your chance! We have 2 x $500 Queen Bee vouchers up for grabs thanks to the lovely ladies @stylish_bump With over 100k followers @stylish_bump has become a destination for mums to be across the world.
All you have to do is:
1 Simply post a pic of your Queen Bee purchase and tag AND follow @queenbeematernity and @stylish_bump on Instagram
2 @stylish_bump will announce a winner for each month of November and December on Instagram - enter as many times as you like!
Good luck we can't wait to see your pics
Terms and conditions
1. This competition is not sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Instagram
2. Competition closes midnight 31-Dec-2016 (Sydney time), prize must be claimed within 2 weeks from close date
3. Entrants must be 18 years of age or over. Winning gift vouchers will be emailed to prize winners
4. Prizes are not transferable for cash, excludes shipping charges
5. You must be following @queenbeematernity and @stylish_bump on Instagram
6. By sharing your pic you give us the right to repost on our Instagram,website and social media pages
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