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We thought we’d squeeze in one more competition in the lead up to Christmas! In fact, we thought we’d squeeze in five more ……!

Between now and Sunday, we are giving away a pair of Jones Bootmaker men’s shoes every day.

Although many of us are still navigating our way through ‘work from home’, it is very likely that you will be back in the office in 2021. We thought this was a good time to ensure you can, ahem, put your best foot forward when you do.

Prestige footwear retailer Jones Bootmaker has released essential work shoe collections that will help you step you back into the office in style. We are teaming up with them to run five daily competitions to win a pair of men’s shoes.

If you are looking for Christmas gift ideas for yourself or family, Jones is currently promoting its Multi-Buy Offer. Each pair of shoes featured is priced individually at £89 or you can purchase 2 pairs for £150. Buy one pair as a gift and benefit from a second pair yourself, or use the Multi-Buy offer to make yourself look extra-generous at Christmas!

And earn Avios too!

In addition, you can earn up to 6 Avios for every £1 you spend when you purchase Jones Bootmaker shoes via the Avios eStore. That’s a healthy chunk of Avios if you take advantage of the Multi-Buy Offer.

This rate is only for new online customers, but existing customers will still get 3 Avios per £1.

Each pair in the Multi-Buy offer is made with the fine craftsmanship and quality leathers that you’d expect from the Jones brand. You will find business classics in there like the double monk shoe above or, for more conservative workplaces, Oxford lace-ups. There are also more casual options such as their suede loafers.

Whatever shoes you wear for work or leisure, the mix of prizes on offer this week should ensure that there is one to suit you.

About Jones Bootmaker

Jones Bootmaker is one of the UK’s longest established, premium footwear companies. It has built its reputation on producing exquisitely crafted footwear using only the highest quality materials.

With a rich heritage spanning over 160 years, Jones Bootmaker still centres its ethos on premium quality and flawless craftsmanship around every shoe that they make, delivering classic and practical work shoes for men who want to look and feel the part.

Today’s prize ….

Today’s prize is a pair of ‘Matthew’ leather Oxford shoes worth £89.

A smart classic design, crafted in smooth leather, the Matthew is a great option for business wear and formal occasions.

You have until midnight tonight (Wednesday 16th December) to enter the competition to win these shoes.

If you don’t win, you can pick up a pair on their website here or at a Jones Bootmaker store. In London, you can find these in Holborn, Cardinal Place (Victoria), Covent Garden, Jermyn Street, Bow Lane, Fenchurch Street, Old Broad Street and Canary Wharf.

How to enter the competition

It’s very straightforward: simply use the competition form at the bottom of this article (or use this link if you cannot see it). We’ll ask you a very simple question and for your contact details in order to enter.

You can get an extra entry if you opt-in to the Jones Bootmaker email newsletter. However, you can only opt-in once across all five contests so make sure you choose the right day to double up your chances!

Terms and conditions

We’re featuring a summary of the key terms and conditions below, but please make sure you read the full terms and conditions by clicking the link in the competition app.

  • This free prize draw is open to UK and Republic of Ireland residents only, aged 18 years and over
  • Only one entry per household per day
  • The winner will be selected at random from the entries received
  • The prize is one pair of the boots / shoes that are promoted in the competition post that day
  • If Jones Bootmaker does not stock the shoe size of the winning entrant, under these circumstances only will Jones Bootmaker provide a voucher to be redeemed at JonesBootmaker.com  for the corresponding value of the competition prize, which will be valid for a period of 12 months.
  • You will receive a second entry to the competition by opting-in to the Jones Bootmaker newsletter. You can only opt-in once across all five competitions. We will check all opt-in lists before we confirm any winner.
  • Entries are not carried forward from day to day – you must enter each day if you wish to enter each competition

Best of luck and thanks to Jones Bootmaker for supporting our last competition of the year.

If you can’t see the entry widget below, click here to enter.

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Comments (74)

  • Lady London says:

    Good businesses are going down now, that’s the sadness of it.

  • Lady London says:

    If I win I will be donating them.

    Good heavens I’ve just done a bit of virtue signalling.

  • BP says:

    I’ve pretty much lived in joggers since March. I’ve worn jeans maybe 5 times. Trousers and shoes I haven’t worn for much longer.

    Dark non-ripped jeans will be my workplace outfit if I ever return.

    • Mike says:

      BP – If I ever encounter you in your workplace please note “I would like fries with that” thank you

      • BP says:

        Fortunately I work in a forward-thinking financial services company where it’s not unusual for even the CEO to be dressed fairly casual.

        Wearing a suit and tie doesn’t make people any better at their job. People should wear what’s appropriate. Sometimes that will be a suit and tie but often more casual attire is perfectly fine.

        I tend to find people who still wear a suit and tie every day in my workplace are often people who are less capable and try to hide behind the facade of what they view as a “professional image”.

        • AG says:

          I totally agree, BP. There is no need to waste time and effort dressing to the nines to sit in the office with colleagues I see every day. It doesn’t make us work better. I’ve found that those who believe it is a requirement to wear a suit at a desk are often controlling in the workplace, generally poor workers / managers, and unable to cope with change.

          However, I will happily wear a suit when going to see a client. It makes a good impression and the difference to regularly worn casual clothes reminds me to be on my best behaviour

  • BS says:

    The big question is, do I use my newsletter signup boost today, or hold back to another day when others may not have it available. Needless to say I don’t have much else to do today than worry about this!

  • Mike says:

    Its peculiar that many feel a suit is a stuffy old-man, rod up his a$$ garment. A “suit” is akin to a “car” or indeed, a Business Class flight on BA vs QR, there’s such variety of quality.

    I have a number of suits, of different fabrics, colours, for different purposes, all of which are as comfortable than a pair of jeans but cost many times more. Far more comfortable and healthier than polyester joggers or sweaty sports shoes made in sweat factories.

    • RussellH says:

      It is the **look** of suits that I find so unpleasant and off-putting. Does not matter if they are green, scarlet or royal blue.
      So I always appreciated the sales people who visited me in a suit – it reminded me that they were not to be trusted.

      • Mike says:

        Well, thankfully the pandemic has ended that and the environment wins as well.

        Does your dislike of suits include a blazer with a pair of contrasting trousers?

        • Mike (another one) says:

          Er Mike – are Michael Portillo if so I claim my £5 for spotting you!