Like and share the Langley Advance Times Facebook page, and tell us what you want – but didn't get – for Christmas this year. Take those steps and you could win a $200 gift card to the Real Canadian Superstore. (Langley Advance Times files)

Win everything you didn’t get for Christmas

Again, Langley Advance Times’ readers given chance to take home a $200 Superstore gift card

It’s that time of the year again.

We’re expecting to hear from tens of thousands of Langley Advance Times readers.

Why?

It’s simple.

The Advance Times has once again partnered with the Real Canadian Superstore in Langley to present a fantastic, fun, and free holiday giveaway.

The prize: A $200 gift card to Real Canadian Superstore.

Winning is simple.

Like the Langley Advance Times Facebook page.

Consider sharing the Facebook post with someone special to you.

And finally, tell us what you’d want to buy with the prize money. This step is imperative!

LAST YEAR’S WINNER: VIDEO – Contest winner pays it forward in Langley

Follow these simple steps, and you’re automatically entered to win.

Deadline to participate is midnight on Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021.

Entrants must be 19 years or older, and Black Press Media staff are prohibited from entering.

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Like and share the Langley Advance Times Facebook page, and tell us what you want – but didn't get – for Christmas this year. Take those steps and you could win a $200 gift card to the Real Canadian Superstore. (Langley Advance Times files)

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