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N&P cruising with tracker mortgage competition

Norwich and Peterborough Building Society is offering homebuyers the chance to win a cruise some of the beautiful islands of the Caribbean in a draw to promote tracker mortgages.

The lucky winner of the nine-night fly-cruise for two will receive return flights from London to Miami and a seven-night Eastern Caribbean cruise on a Holland America Line ship in an outside twin cabin with private facilities. All meals are included in the prize, as well as the ship&#39s full entertainment programme.

To enter the draw, customers can call into an N&P branch or click the Society&#39s website ( before January 13 2003.

Mike Hounsell, director of sales and marketing at N&P, says: “With our prize draw someone could win the holiday of their dreams. Of course not everyone can win the cruise, but everyone can find out about how they can save hundreds or even thousands of pounds with our base rate tracker mortgage.”


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