Win £100 gift voucher for St David’s Cardiff!

Experience St David’s Cardiff and treat yourself ; courtesy of Gay Times

St David’s Cardiff is Wales’ leading shopping destination. With over 180 stores, restaurants and cafes to discover, it offers one of the UK’s best fashion and foodie days out, all in the heart of the Welsh capital. We have partnered with St David’s to offer one lucky winner a £100 gift card to indulge themselves in the ultimate shopping experience!

For lovers of fashion, St David’s has unrivalled choice from high street to high end, with All Saints, John Lewis, Vivienne Westwood, Reiss and the UK’s largest H&M all calling the centre home – the perfect place to get your fix and update your wardrobe in time for – Autumn.

It couldn’t be easier to make a day of it at St David’s, with nearly 40 eateries to choose from, you can unwind from a day of retail therapy with great food and drinks. Whether a delicious summer pasta dish from Jamie’s Italian is your thing, a bit of spice from Mexican street food eatery Wahaca, or cocktails aplenty at Cosy Club, the possibilities really are endless.

The location of St David’s is ideal to make the most of your visit and explore the capital, with all major attractions just moments away – so why not make your shopping spree a city break?

For more information on Wales’ biggest retail destination, visit


Win £100 Voucher for St Davids Cardiff!

    Travel and accommodation is not included in the prize Gift card accepted at most stores, for the full list visit LINK Ensure you make any lunch/dinner reservations ahead The prize is non-transferable



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