WIN: Pedicure and wine up for grabs for best Valentine’s Day surprise

The Langley Times invites readers to share their best Valentine’s story, for a chance to win

Share your best Valentine’s Day surprise!

While chocolates and champagne, handcrafted cards and jewelry are high on the list of items given to loved-ones on Feb. 14, there are many other gifts (not always monetary in nature) that can be given as a show of love on Valentine’s Day.

What was the best Valentine’s surprise – tangible or not – that you’ve ever received.

Share details of this experience and why it was so special to you, and you could win a pedicure at Simply Spa Langley and bottle of wine for that special someone.

Submit the details and photo (if you have one), and you’re automatically entered to win. You can reply on Facebook, or email

Deadline to enter is midnight on Friday, Feb. 1. The winner will be contacted by email or Facebook message.

Note: information and images may be used in print and online coverage.

The contest is limited to individuals 19 years or older, and no Black Press employees and their family are not eligible.

Preference will be given to Langley readers.

Good luck, everyone!

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