The holidays are here and Lomography Gallery Stores worldwide are offering you two fun-tastic promotions to take part in. Read on for details but we'll give you a hint: Awesome prizes are at stake!
Firstly, until 24th December, everyone who buys a camera in a Lomography Gallery Store has the chance to win one of 24 prizes (per store) hidden in their camera packaging! We’ve hidden a ton of different products – from Notebooks & Fashion to Films & even Cameras; all you have to do is rush to the store, buy the camera you have always dreamed of and look to see if we’ve hidden a gift voucher inside!
Share It To Win It
And that’s just half the fun. We also have a ‘Share It To Win It Competition’ for all our Lomography Gallery Store Facebook fans. All you have to do is go to your local Gallery Store Facebook page and find the post with the graphic about Share It To Win It; you’ll find details of your store Facebook address on our Stores page. Then simply share the post. “Why should I do that?”, you ask – Because a load of great prizes in Santa’s Lomographic Goodie Bag could be yours if you do! That’s right, on the very first day after Christmas, the Lomography elves will randomly pick one lucky Facebook friend and give them a lovely surprise. So that we know why you are deserving of this special prize, please also make a comment on the original Facebook post for your store with the reason why you’d love the Goodie Bag!
Terms and Conditions
The Share It To Win It competition winner must come to the store to pick up his/her prize.
Only people sharing the original post will qualify for the prize.
Your shared post must be set to public
You should comment on the original Facebook post with the reason why you would love to win the Goodie Bag
Lomography Gallery Store Soho are having a bumper Bank Holiday sale from 22nd - 25th May. We're offering 20% off on selected cameras plus some other fabulous deals in store only! Read on for the full details!
Are you looking for a last-minute gift? Today all Lomography cameras are 10% off — whether you buy them at our Online Shop or at a Lomography Gallery Store. So hurry on over to finish up your holiday shopping before it's too late!
We're back with our daily holiday treat! Today all Lomography cameras are 10% off at our Online Shop and Lomography Gallery Stores. Put a big smile on a loved one's face when you surprise them with any of our awesome analogue cameras!
Done shooting and want your films to be processed? We can process your colour and black & white 35mm, 120 or 110 films! Development, prints and scans are also included. (Service availability depends on your markets)
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