The SportsDirect.com Catalogue Lands in Stores

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It’s what the bargain hunters around the UK have been waiting for! Last Friday saw the launch of the eagerly anticipated SportsDirect.com annual catalogue in stores up and down the country. This year sees the catalogue back, bigger and better than ever with even more choice, plus over £200 worth of vouchers! Choose from the latest branded sportswear including t-shirts, trainers, equipment and much more all accompanied by the classic SportsDirect.com low price tag.

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It’s what the bargain hunters around the UK have been waiting for! Last Friday saw the launch of the eagerly anticipated SportsDirect.com annual catalogue in stores up and down the country.

This year sees the catalogue back, bigger and better than ever with even more choice, plus over £200 worth of vouchers! Choose from the latest branded sportswear including t-shirts, trainers, equipment and much more all accompanied by the classic SportsDirect.com low price tag.

Not only does the catalogue feature a whole host of new and exclusive products, but this year you can read interviews and stories from the brand ambassadors including Golf legend Lee Westwood and footballer Scott Parker.

There are also a number of specialist sections within the one thousand pages of the bargain behemoth- choose from football, rugby, golf, cycling and more to get the lowdown on recommended products, reduced prices and SportsDirect.com exclusives.

Available in stores for just 50p, customers who are feeling lucky are in for the chance to win a huge range of prizes in a number of competitions found within the book, plus money off vouchers for hundreds of SportsDirect.com products.

With over 5,800 products featured for 2012, the choice has never been better for those searching for the perfect bargain or starting their Christmas shopping early.

To get the latest deals or look up products featured in the 2012 catalogue, log on to http://www.sportsdirect.com today, or keep up to date on the official Facebook and Twitter pages.

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