Introducing Bowers & Wilkins!

Introducing Bowers & Wilkins!

It’s that time of year again and it is competition time at Littlewoods.com! With the build up to Christmas we thought we’d treat you, well one of you very lucky customers that is. Here at Littlewoods.com we think you deserve the best and what better way than with one of our new brands…

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Bowers & Wilkins are a global phenomenon which has recently launched onsite. A premium audio brand with fans all over the world! They have moved through five decades, continuously innovating in audio to give the best performance possible – perfect for you music lovers. Their range includes premium speakers and headphones, wired or wireless – perfect for every occasion! So why not treat yourself this winter and experience the sound you deserve with Bowers & Wilkins.

Or even better, why don’t we treat you…

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To mark the occasion and celebrate these 50 years of audio excellence, we are giving you the chance to take part in an exclusive competition. So join us and be in with a chance of winning our favourite product from the range … the Zeppelin Wireless Black speaker!

The perfect product just in time for party season, premium sound anytime, anywhere. The Zeppelin Wireless allows you to connect to your devices via Bluetooth, Airplay or Spotify Connect, with audio better than ever before. Stream via your favourite apps at the touch of a button with this premium device. Don’t just listen to sound. Experience it.

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For your chance to win, we want to hear about how music has impacted on your life. Simply comment below with your favourite musical memory – whether this be from a festival with friends, a song that holds a special meaning to you, your earliest memory of music or a musical talent you may have – let us know and be in with a chance to win the Zeppelin Wireless Black!

Good luck!

Here’s a little more competition info, so have a read – then get commenting. Good luck!

  • The competition will close on 12th November 2016 at midnight, so any comments entered after that won’t be included in the draw.
  • All comments will need to be approved, so don’t worry if your comment doesn’t appear straight away!
  • Use the form below to leave your comment and we’ll pick a winner from all approved entries and the winner will be contacted via email.
  • Now just leave a comment telling us your favourite musical memory.

 

Terms and Conditions:

  1. Entry into the draw will be deemed as acceptance of these rules and any separate instructions for entry will form part of the rules.
  2. This prize draw is open to any UK resident, aged 18 or over, who is invited to participate by Shop Direct Home Shopping Limited and who leaves a comment answering the question.
  3. Employees of Shop Direct Group companies and anyone else involved in the operation of the draw are excluded from entering. Closing date is midnight on 12.11.16.
  4. Responsibility cannot be accepted for entries lost, damaged, delayed or spammed.
  5. Shop Direct Home Shopping Limited reserves the right to offer an alternative prize in the event of the original prize being unavailable.  Prizes are non-negotiable, non-transferable and there is no cash alternative.
  6. The draw will be made by random selection from all valid entries before midnight on 12.11.16. Prize:  Zeppelin Wireless Black Speaker. There is no cash alternative and prizes are stock dependant. If we do not receive a response within 7 days we will choose another winner. If you have a Shop Direct Group home shopping account that is in arrears at the time of the draw, you will not be eligible to win.
  7. By entering the draw, entrants agree that their details may be disclosed to anyone requesting a list of prize winners. The winner may be required to take part in any publicity relating to this promotion.
  8. The competition can be withdrawn at any time and Shop Direct Home Shopping Limited does not accept liability for any cancelled events.
  9. Promoter: Shop Direct Home Shopping Limited, First Floor, Skyways House, Speke Road, Speke, Liverpool, L70 1AB. Registered No 466328
  10. The promoter reserves the right to exclude any entries which it suspects might not be legitimate e.g. multiple entries, entries linked to the creation of multiple or false email accounts, entries originating out of inappropriate solicitations. Maximum of 1 prize per household

 

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39 Comments

  1. Posted by Denise Seddon on November 11, 2016

    My favourite musical memory is of me in the school choir, we did a christmas concert of lots of music from film musicals, my favourite song at that time was from South Pacific Happy Talk, those were happy days.

  2. Posted by Sophie neville on November 11, 2016

    My fondest memory with a big musical influence is when I uesd to visit my grandparents as a child. For every visit I can remember, they used to always have classical music on in the house and my grandma used to hum away to the music. It always made the house feel calm and relaxing and I grew to love and appreciate the music and later learnt how to play the violin. Whenever I listen to classical music now, it always reminds me of my grandparents and my happy childhood, and I find it the perfect backdrop to listen to when i am concentrating, working or relaxing.

  3. Posted by Aman Singh on November 11, 2016

    Favorite memory was the buildup to finally getting to see Michael Jackson’s ‘Thriller’…It did not disappoint!

  4. Posted by Laura Pritchard on November 11, 2016

    Listening to lots of Summery tunes in the potato packing sheds of Bundaberg whilst on my gap year!

  5. Posted by Paige Goodfellow on November 11, 2016

    My first ever guitar lesson at school

  6. Posted by David Hides on November 11, 2016

    Playing recorders at school and listening to Ben E King stand by me on the radio.

  7. Posted by Danny Evans on November 11, 2016

    seeing Michael Jackson in concert at the Milton Keynes bowl when I was a kid was amazing

  8. Posted by Monika Bascombe on November 11, 2016

    My favourite musical moment was going to WEST End theatre to see Chicago with my now husband .

  9. Posted by Mike Williams on November 11, 2016

    My favourite musical memory is driving in Arizona to visit a dude ranch with my family listening to the bluegrass music of Nickel Creek.

  10. Posted by peter mottram on November 11, 2016

    having my first taste of rock music when a local band played in my school theatre . loved it and went to see all three nights and hooked on rock since

  11. Posted by Karen sinclair on November 11, 2016

    My favourite music memory was in Cuba when I was with my fiancé and we were in Havana and I heard beautiful salsa music coming from a window I looked in and the band caught me looking then invited me into their home to watch them rehearse…I bought a cd from them and back in U.K. I googled them and they were Cubas number 1 salsa band ….ah memories x priceless x

  12. Posted by Collette Mackey on November 11, 2016

    Wow how to choose?! I guess it would have to be my first Glastonbury with my now hubby ( we have been together 17 years now but only 3 months then) as it was where I told him I loved him for the first time

  13. Posted by Sue Lempkowski on November 11, 2016

    listening to the top 40 while trying to record the top 40 on my cassette player and microphone

  14. Posted by lisa rhodes on November 11, 2016

    singing to Wham, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go when I was a toddler

  15. Posted by Layla Thomas on November 11, 2016

    On my 18th birthday 4 of my friends dropped to their knees and starting singing Layla and that memory always puts a smile on my face.

  16. Posted by Victoria Prince on November 11, 2016

    My favourite musical memory is when I was about 6 years old, and my friends and I would pretend to be the Spice Girls in the school playground!

  17. Posted by Paul on November 11, 2016

    Out clubbing with my old mates in the 90s.whenever I hear one of those songs on the radio now it takes me right back to that time

  18. Posted by JOANNA TERRY on November 11, 2016

    In My Life by The Beatles was my Dads choice to walk me down the aisle to – gives me goosebumps!!

  19. Posted by Audrey Spratt on November 11, 2016

    SInce I was 7 years old I’ve played the flute. I’ve completed up to Grade 8 standard and played in a variety of bands and orchestras, winning competitions etc. My favourite moment was playing a newly commisioned piece of music called “Flags & Emblems” with my band and the Ulster Orchestra for the Belfast Festival a few years ago 🙂

  20. Posted by Sarah S on November 11, 2016

    I do remember sitting in A&E with what turned out to be a broken finger and the first song I heard on my MP3 player was A&E by Goldfrapp. Now every time I hear it I’m transported back to that overcrowded waiting room filled with the bleeding and bruised!

  21. Posted by Matthew Daniel on November 11, 2016

    My favourite musical memory is whilst serving in Northern Ireland as a soldier, I tried to chat up a girl to the less than romantic song Paint it Black, by the Rolling Stones. She thought I was an idiot. Last week we have been married 19 years. Songs last forever in the mind and heart.

  22. Posted by Jill McpPhee on November 11, 2016

    Singing along to Eminem lose yourself after I got my dream job X

  23. Posted by Tina glover on November 11, 2016

    meeting pearl jam the first year they came to the Uk before they were very famous. They played at Manchester International and we met them backstage and got their autographs.

  24. Posted by CAROL PATTRICK on November 11, 2016

    The wonderful music when I saw Cats on stage in London. It was magical, the melodies will always be with me. Memory is the most wonderful and memorable song from the show I think.

  25. Posted by Francesca Jones on November 11, 2016

    My favourite musical memory was at a festival in the 90’s where MUSE were headlining and I noticed they were going to be at the signing tent – I queued for 4 hours to meet them and get their autographs. What was great was the look on their faces of shock when they saw how long the queue was of people who wanted to meet them and genuine thanks emanating from them. They are huge stars now, deservedly, and I feel so privileged to meet them and get photos too.

  26. Posted by karen breakell on November 11, 2016

    Hearing Kate Bush singing Wuthering Heights on the radio when I was about 9 years old – have over her voice and style over since

  27. Posted by Samantha R on November 11, 2016

    I remember being very young and singing along to ‘I don’t wanna dance’ by Eddy Grant with my mum!

  28. Posted by Johanna Dignam on November 11, 2016

    great prize love to win just the think to go with my new stereo

  29. Posted by Brendan Edwards on November 11, 2016

    My best musical memory was seeing Greenday live in the Milton Keynes bowl in the summer of 2005. It was a really warm day and my whole family came to see it, we came with out at the time closest family friends also. So it was a big group of us, 12 in total. We all love Greenday and were jumping around singing along and had an absoulte blast!

  30. Posted by Tracey Tedford on November 11, 2016

    My favourite music memory has yet to happen! But that will hopefully change on 14 Nov when I go to my first ever concert (aged 48) to see Sir Rod Stewart. I have waited for years for him to come to Belfast and now I am counting the hours

  31. Posted by Philip Stonelake on November 11, 2016

    Hard to beat the excitement of your first live concert – when the support band is Queen!

  32. Posted by Stephen Ellerington on November 11, 2016

    Seeing Adam Ant play again this year, took me back to 1980!

  33. Posted by Emma Walton on November 11, 2016

    My Mum loved music and was always playing it on her stereo. She had a particular fondness for Motown and so I grew up listening to artists like Smokey Robinson, Martha and the Vandela’s and the Jackson Five etc.

  34. Posted by Amy Jo McLellan on November 11, 2016

    My favourite musical memory is watching Tired Pony’s first ever show in The Forum in London. It was the first time I’d ever seen a gig in London also so it was extra special.

  35. Posted by Kerry Webber on November 12, 2016

    My favourite musical memory is from 20 years ago. I had just finished a double shift at work, at the end of a long week with lots of overtime, and I went with some friends to heavy metal band in Brixton. I was so tired that I fell asleep, right next to a speaker, and slept through the whole thing!!

  36. Posted by Marianne Daniels on November 12, 2016

    I remember my red, yellow and blue boom box with baskets of cassettes of music and stories. I also had blank ones I could use to record on with my microphone… ahhh childhood…

  37. Posted by Wendy Lewis on November 12, 2016

    My husband’s favourite song is Nana Mouskouri & Michel Legrand – I Will Wait For You, we play it a lot and is a ‘theme tune’ for us and our new home.

  38. Posted by Greg Wade on November 12, 2016

    My favourite musical memory was seeing Michael Jackson perform live on stage at Roundhay Park ,Leeds.

  39. Posted by Paul Emmerson on November 14, 2016

    My music memory was being subject to being blasted with Oasis in my friends car whilst we visited the Lakes during Euro 96. It was the best time ever and shaped me to who I am now.

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