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Abbey National offers Christmas babies birthday gift

Abbey National says it is offering all babies born on Christmas Day 1998 one year&#39s free private healthcare worth £250.


It says parents need to visit their local Abbey national branch with their child&#39s original birth certificate to claim the gift.


All children qualifying for free private healthcare cover will be entered into a prize draw. The winner will receive free healthcare cover until they are 18.


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