Vital Baby Trainer Cup - 75p @ Amazon

by Lisa Hayes in Deals on 20 December, 2014 at 3:25 pm

Vital Baby Trainer Cup - 75p @ Amazon

The Vital Baby Trainer Cup is usually for sale at around £3.99, but the blue colour is now selling for only 75p!

We don't know how long they will last at this price but this is an amazing bargain for a baby trainer drinking cup, and the other colours are still on sale at £1.99 each.

This is a soft spout two handled trainer cup, suitable for baby's from 6 months of age, with a spout cover for hygiene. The cups come with a two-way valve so that baby to prevent spills, or the valve can be removed so that the cup can be used as a free flow cup.

My eldest had these cups, and we just got rid of the valves and let him use them as free flow cups straight away, and he took to them really easily. I wish I had found them for this price though!

The Vital Baby Trap-A-Snack* is also on sale for the same price so you could grab yourself some bargains for baby today!

Thanks to tobis @ HUKD.

Stocking Fillers From 50p Plus Free Upgrade To UK Mainland Express Delivery @ Dotcomgiftshop

by Heidi Scrimgeour in Deals on 20 December, 2014 at 3:00 pm

Stocking Fillers From 50p Plus Free Upgrade To UK Mainland Express Delivery @ Dotcomgiftshop

Still got some online Christmas shopping to do, and worrying that you've left it too late?

Well hop over to Dotcomgiftshop where, if you're having items delivered to the UK mainland, you can upgrade to Express delivery completely free of charge.

Alas, Northern Ireland, the Highlands and islands don'tt qualify... Grrr.

You have to order by 12 noon on Monday 22nd December to qualify but there are heaps of bargains and unusual toys and trinkets to choose from.

How about Poppy's Playhouse Kitchen for just £4.95 - the reviews are lovely, and it seems like the sort of item you won't find elsewhere.

These cute Funny Face Pens are just 50p right now, and this pack of assorted doughnut lip glosses is just £1. And these party time pencil erasers are just 10p!

You need to have a good rummage around to find the best bargains but there are loads to be found, so make a cuppa and settle in for a spot of stress-free online Christmas shopping, with free Express delivery - woot!



BARGAIN Frozen Gifts from only 79p! @ B&M Retail

by Lisa Hayes in Deals on 20 December, 2014 at 2:02 pm

BARGAIN Frozen Gifts from only 79p! @ B&M Retail

For those of you who live near a B&M store you are in luck. They have just got loads of new  Frozen gifts in store, and they are such great prices that it is definitely worth a trip into store to grab some of these. Some of them like the Elsa Styling Head and the Pull Apart Olaf are the lowest prices we have seen! Some of the gifts have even been reduced, and there are tons of stocking filler gifts for less than £3!

B&M do not offer online shopping as they are a bargain retailer, but you can see the products that are in stores on their website. You do need to bear in mind that availability will vary from store to store, but the one I went in this morning had a massive display of new products right by the front doors and most of the items listed online were there.

There are stocking filler chocolates and stationery from 79p that are much cheaper than elsewhere - the Frozen Mega Colouring Book is selling for around £3 and in B&M it's £1! There's a really cute little wash bag for £1.99, the Frozen Memory Game is reduced to £2.99, and the Frozen Cushion has now gone down to £3.99!

The Elsa Styling Head is only £12.99 when the cheapest I have seen it is £15! And the Pull Apart Olaf is also £12.99!

There are also some new products that I hadn't seen before like the Secret Diaries, the Jewellery Maker Kit (fab at £6.99) and the Frozen Ball Pit!

There really are some low prices to be had in B&M bargains on Frozen gifts, especially with the stocking filler items. If you have a Frozen fan and can brave #PanicSaturday then see what you can find in your local store.

Star Wars 2015 Annual £1 (Was £7.99) @ Amazon

by Heidi Scrimgeour in Deals on 20 December, 2014 at 2:00 pm

Star Wars 2015 Annual £1 (Was £7.99) @ Amazon

A Christmas stocking isn't a Christmas stocking until you've added an annual, in my opinion. And Star Wars fans should be pretty delighted to find this in their stocking on Christmas Day. Normally £7.99, the Star Wars Christmas Annual is just £1 at Amazon right now.

I'm not going to claim to have any clue how this works, but apparently it features augmented reality. Let's just move on to what one customer has to say about it:

"This is an entertaining volume, in the British tradition of Christmas Annuals, aimed at younger Star Wars fans and older collectors. Its 64 pages of content include 8-page sections on each of the six films, each comprising a page of plot summary and a facing page of quizzes and puzzles, with the remainder of the book taken up with more two-page information sections each with a page of illustrated text and a facing page of puzzles, quizzes and the like."

Delivery will free if you're a Prime customer, otherwise you'll need to add enough other items to your basket to make your total spend up to £10 in order to qualify for free delivery.

I am resisting to end this post with 'May the Force be with you'. Oops.

£5 Off Perfume & Aftershave When You Spend £20+ @ Tesco Direct

by Nada in Deals on 20 December, 2014 at 11:51 am

£5 Off Perfume & Aftershave When You Spend £20+ @ Tesco Direct

Be quick! All the good stuff is selling out fast! Tesco Direct are offering £5 off when you spend £20+ on fine fragrances. It applies on single bottles and not on gift sets. If you wish to purchase more than one, then place separate orders as it'll only take the £5 off once. Click and collect to save on the £3 postage charge and guarantee it under your tree in time.

This is normally the best time of year to grab yourself or your loved one a bottle of perfume or aftershave. With these savings at Tesco Direct you would be silly not to. There's some really popular scents included in the offer and some already have significant amounts of money off already!

Like: Nina EDT 50ml* reduced from £31.50 to £21. Go to checkout and £5 is taken off automatically, making it just £16! Or Marc Jacobs Bang Bang for Men* reduced from £31 to £20.67. Checkout price is just £15.67.

Thanks to ellie27 @ HUKD

Koo-Di Pop-Up Bubble Cot £28.49 Delivered @ Amazon

by Nada in Deals on 20 December, 2014 at 11:33 am

Koo-Di Pop-Up Bubble Cot £28.49 Delivered @ Amazon

Are you staying with family over the festive period? It's such a pain in the butt having to fill the boot of the car with the travel cot. Thankfully there's compact ones like the Koo-Di Pop-Up Bubble Cot. This normally sells for around the forty pound mark, and if you can get it sub thirty-five you are laughing. Amazon are currently selling it for £28.49 and this is by far the cheapest I have seen this. In fact the very same one is £40.49 at Asda Direct.

The Koo-Di Pop-Up Bubble Cot does come in lots of colours but only the aubergine is this ultra low price. It's a nice dark purply tone and would suit either boy or girl.

You may be wondering what age group this is for, and it's six to eighteen months, roughly. It weighs just 2.2kg and is an absolute breeze to put up and down. How many travel cots can you say that about? You get a padded mattress and a zip-up mosquito net.

These are so handy when you are staying with people and they really don't take up much room at all, up or down.

Hands-Free Feeding For Baby: Genius or Wacky Invention?

by Nada in Misc on 20 December, 2014 at 10:40 am

Hands-Free Feeding For Baby: Genius or Wacky Invention?

I just had to show you guys this, I am in awe. Did you know about hand-free feeding for babies? My son Daniel is now nine months old and has gotten to that point where he will hold his bottle himself. It's obvious that some person or company out there has recognised that some babies cannot do this for various reasons, disability, prematurity and others.

So what do they actually do?

They allow baby to be fed upright, which is what is recommended by experts, thus helping eliminate colic.  You will be able to securely hold your baby with two hands whilst the bottle it sat beside you.  It can be used for twins or multiple babies, which means that again you have use of your hands. Apparently, it can help reduce ear infections too. Wow!

After some research online these bottles seem to be a great aid for little tots with a disability, which makes this amazing invention a great thing in my eyes.

Amazon sell these bottles made by two different brands: Podee Hands-Free Baby Bottle* at £27.55 and Clevamama On the Go Feeding Bottle* at just £5.99.

What's your thoughts on this? Head over to our Facebook page and let us know!

Glitch! Order Unlimited Watches for FREE @ The Brilliant Gift Shop

by Karen McGinn in Deals on 20 December, 2014 at 10:18 am

Glitch! Order Unlimited Watches for FREE @ The Brilliant Gift Shop

I'm not going to spend too long talking about this one, except to say it's a MASSIVE Glitch! As you know these never last long so HURRY!

Order as many watches as you like (IN MULTIPLES OF 2) and they will all be reduced to FREE in your basket. Add the code AYYK9 and delivery is FREE too. You can also opt for Collect+ or next day delivery which will cost £6.50. These were originally £16, reduced to £8 but not sure anyone really cares that much when they're now free!

Thanks to kimmy14 ,saintscouple and all other posters @ HUKD!

Stocking Filler Bargains Starting From 50p @ Halfords

by Nada in Deals on 20 December, 2014 at 9:38 am

Stocking Filler Bargains Starting From 50p @ Halfords

When you think of Halfords you think of bikes and motoring "stuff" not stocking fillers. That is maybe why they have amazing reductions on LOADS of cool items to stuff those stockings with. Plus it's not all tyre pumps and furry dice either. Items start at a piddly 50p and there's some great novelty items for the whole family. It's definitely worth a scope.

Everyone needs novelty Moustaches* and Sideburns* in their stockings right? Both have £3.50 off making them just 50p! Items like this are always great fun especially when you stick them on the baby! What about some novelty Oil Drum Shower Gel*? That too is reduced from £4 to 50p.

This pack of three Jelly Belly Air Fresheners* are a bargain at £4, considering they are normally £10. I paid £3 for one out of Asda two weeks back! They make the car smell fab.

Some of the items are for delivery, but some are only reserve and collect. My advice is to reserve and collect for FREE so you can collect them from your local Halfords store in time for Christmas day.

Bosch Tassimo T12 Vivy TAS1202GB Hot Drinks & Coffee Machine £35 @ Amazon/Tesco

by Nada in Deals on 20 December, 2014 at 9:17 am

Bosch Tassimo T12 Vivy TAS1202GB Hot Drinks & Coffee Machine £35 @ Amazon/Tesco

Tassimo coffee machines have never been more popular, so when we found this particular model for just £35 at Amazon and Tesco we just HAD  to share. If you have been looking for a coffee pod machine and have been wondering which one to buy then Tassimo is certainly one of the more affordable options, when factoring in the price of machine and pods. What is really exciting is that this particular Bosch Tassimo T12 Vivy TAS1202GB machine can actually be had for the monetary equivalent of £17.50 at Tesco Direct, as it is included in Clubcard Boost. If you don't have points then you might want to consider Amazon with their FREE postage.

Confession time! I have this particular coffee machine and I paid £50 for it, thinking that was a great price. It certainly gets used in this house, I tell you. Whether it's when we have guests or just my morning eye opener, it is used daily. The pods can be picked up in most supermarkets, even the smaller ones, plus they are nearly ALWAYS on offer.

This machine has a water capacity of 700ml which is enough for a few cups or several espressos. It knows what temperature, amount of water and brew time each different drink type needs.

To save on £3 postage charge at Tesco Direct, you can click and collect for FREE or just order it from Amazon, and they will deliver it for FREE. Don't forget to check how many Clubcard points you have though, as this could work out an even better bargain!

Thanks to Pinkchick1987 @ HUKD


Mega Bloks Skylanders Crushers Pirate Quest 2-in-1 Play Set £15 @ Very

by Nada in Deals on 20 December, 2014 at 8:54 am

Mega Bloks Skylanders Crushers Pirate Quest 2-in-1 Play Set £15 @ Very

I know we are all sick of the sight of toys, after having to spend hours trawling the shops then taking equal amount of time to wrap them. BUT and it is a big BUT, this toy is a serious bargain. Very aren't necessarily known as a "cheap toys retailer" but every now and then they chuck out a gem, and this is one of those. You can get the Mega Bloks Skylanders Crushers Pirate Quest 2-in-1 Play Set for just £15 from Very. Considering this cost £50 originally, that is on heck of a saving! £35 to be precise. Note that this sold out mega fast at £14.99 at Smyths, and it's still much dearer at other retailers.

Take a child's favourite game characters plus a popular construction toy brand and what do you get? Amazing profit. Think Minecraft/Lego, this is down the same road really. Except it's much, much more affordable.

This Mega Bloks Skylanders set is a very reasonable size, so don't think you are getting a box that will fit into one hand, like you would with Lego.  In fact you get a whopping 314 pieces, that make a Pirate Ship and mini dock, or even a large dock if rearranged.

Select Collect+ to save on delivery charges and you then have the convenience of collecting it when you can. Which is better than missing couriers or postmen.

I Love You To The Moon And Back Necklace & Pendant £8.74 Delivered @ Florence Scovel

by Luschka van Onselen in Deals on 19 December, 2014 at 9:43 pm

I Love You To The Moon And Back Necklace & Pendant £8.74 Delivered @ Florence ScovelI've not personally used Florence Scovel before, but I have a few friends who have, and when this offer came up in my Facebook feed, I was in love and I'm sure many of you will be too! Florence Scovel are selling an 'I love you to the moon and back' necklace and pendant for £4.99, with £3.75 delivery in 2 - 4 days which I'm hoping means I'll get it delivered before Christmas.

We all know the classic love story between a bunny and his mother (or is it father?) - I guess Big Nut Brown Hare could be either? - and this pendant is a throwback to that.

The pendant is silver-plated, engraved with the message,  'I love you to the moon and back,' and the necklace itself is 45 cm in length. The pendant itself is 3.3 cm and weighs 14 grams.

It's a lovely little gift, full of meaning and evoking beautiful emotions.

Florence Scovel have a lot of jewellery in their overstock sale, and it's well worth looking at.

Reindeer Pyjamas £3 - £3.50 @ Tesco F&F

by Luschka van Onselen in Deals on 19 December, 2014 at 8:55 pm

Reindeer Pyjamas £3 - £3.50 @ Tesco F&FTesco F&F are selling these superbly cute Reindeer Pyjamas for £3 or £3.50 depending on size. There's free click & collect and you'll still be able to collect before Christmas eve, but time is running out. It's probably a little late for guaranteed standard delivery, but for £5 you could have next day delivery.

The sizes on this one are a bit limited, with three sizes available for 2-3, 3-4 and 5-6 year olds, and while the description mentions 'him', I could quite happily see my girls prancing around in these.

If you were so inclined there are also Santa or Reindeer slippers for £1.50, here* and here* but again, stocks are dwindling on this.

These aren't pure cotton, but are 'cotton rich' long sleeved pyjamas, presented in a gift ribbon. They have a crew neck for comfortable on and off, and comfortable bottoms with an elasticated waist.

They should be a cute addition to a Christmas eve box!

Thanks to beth25 at HUKD

Pets for Christmas? Oh, Go On…

by Heidi Scrimgeour in Features on 19 December, 2014 at 8:00 pm

Pets for Christmas? Oh, Go On…

Everyone knows you’re not supposed to give your kid a pet for Christmas.

It’s irresponsible and ill-considered, and the novelty of pet ownership is likely to have worn off by New Year’s Day.

But having just watched my kid’s reaction to the early arrival of his Christmas present - a cute little Russian dwarf hamster named Gimley (you have to be a Lord Of The Rings fan to get the joke) - I’ve got to say that a pet might be one of the best presents I’ve ever given anyone.

Most of us grew up with the old ‘A dog is for life, not just for Christmas’ campaigns, so we know all about the fact that way too many pets end up abandoned and unwanted after being given as presents.

But this wasn’t a decision we took lightly. We’ve had cats - we live in the countryside and they simply ran away - and we’ve debated at length about whether our lifestyle could cope with a dog. With three kids and two working parents we pretty much have full plates as it is.

But when I strolled into my local pet shop during a Christmas shopping expedition the other week and spied these cute little furry guys, I just couldn’t resist. I’ll admit that the fact they take up minimal space and don’t live for decade might also have swung my decision to broach the subject with my son of asking Santa for a hamster.

He was excited beyond words, but nothing could have prepared me for the thunderbolt of joy that seemed to shoot through him when his Dad arrived home with a hamster cage in his arms.

No matter what other treats or toys he gets on Christmas Day, nothing will compare with the look on his face when it dawned on him that it wasn’t just an empty cage.

Now I’ve also got to stress that this pet is my kid’s responsibility. It’ll live in his room, he’ll be the one to feed it and clean out its cage, and he is under no illusions about that. I’ve explained in no uncertain terms that I won’t be stepping in to take care of Gimley in the event that my son loses interest or gets bored of picking up tiny little bits of dwarf hamster poo.

And because of that, I can confidently say that if you’re thinking of getting your child a pet for Christmas, I reckon it might be one of the best decisions you could ever make.

I love the way the prospect of having a pet is encouraging my kid to grow up a little bit; to consider things like whether chucking his stuff all around his room might be a habit that needs to be curtailed now that he’s sharing his space with a furry friend.

I love the way getting the thing he has dreamt of for years lit him up inside. When my time comes to shuffle off this mortal coil I’m pretty sure I won’t remember many of the gifts I gave my kids at Christmas, but there’s no way I’m going to forget that little face when his Christmas wish finally came true.

So yes, a pet is for life and not just for Christmas. But did you know that dwarf hamsters only live for a couple of years? Just saying…

£10 Off When You Spend £50 on Gift Experiences, Flowers or Hampers @ Asda

by Lisa Hayes in Deals on 19 December, 2014 at 7:59 pm

£10 Off When You Spend £50 on Gift Experiences, Flowers or Hampers @ Asda

If you are looking for a gift that is a little bit different, and that can be bought at the last minute without ever having to brave the crowds then maybe a Gift Experience could be what you are looking for. Asda now have a special offer that makes this even more affordable. You can get £10 off when you spend £50 or more on Gift Experiences or Flowers with the code GIFT50.

They offer Spa and Beauty Experiences starting from only £15, Driving Experiences from £39, and Hotel Breaks from just £40. I always thought this type of gift was much more expensive, but I was pleasantly surprised at how affordable they are. I also had no idea that they were sold by Asda!

Click here for Gifts and Flowers @ Asda

  • Discount: £10 Off
  • Valid on Selected Gift Experience and Flowers
  • Minimum Spend: £50
  • Expires: Midnight 24th December 2014
  • Code: GIFT50

You can browse the Gifts by recipient (Men, Women or Couples) to give you ideas. What's really great is that if you leave it to the very last minute you can order the gift on Christmas Eve after the shops have all shut and get it sent by evoucher even on Christmas Day! You don't have to get it sent by evoucher, but you need to leave a little more time if you would like to hand over a physical voucher on Christmas Day, but it's a great option for last minute purchases.

Some of the most popular Gifts are a 2 Night Hotel Break at £89 using the voucher code, the Double Super Car Driving Blast at £50, a Thames Lunch Cruise for 2 at £58, or for more active types there's even a Weekend Segway Rally for 2 complete with photo at only £49.

There are a few exceptions to the discount code and you can see them all here. (Most disappointing that the Fawlty Towers Dining Experience isn't included - I quite fancied that!)

The 'Gifts' that the £10 off voucher can be applied to include Hampers and Flowers, and they can all be found on the main link above.

Baby's First Christmas

by Lisa Hayes in Misc on 19 December, 2014 at 7:02 pm

Baby's First Christmas

If this is your first Christmas with a new baby, then first of all Congratulations! As everyone will have been telling you since you first announced the pregnancy, everything is different from now on, and your Baby's First Christmas can be a big event for you. If you are worried or others are piling on the pressure then we have a few tips that we hope might help make the day as enjoyable as possible.

  • Keep to Baby's Routine - Your baby is going to be the youngest one at this family Christmas, but for everyone's sake let the day be organised around them if at all possible. If you always have Christmas dinner at 1pm, but baby is due to be napping then have the meal earlier or later. A rested baby with a full tummy is going to make the day a lot less stressful than a tired and hungry one.
  • Don't Get Too Many Presents - you might want to spoil your new baby at Christmas, but they have no idea what's happening. To them it's lots of lights, noise, people and extra stimulation. Try not to go overboard on the presents, and although it's a cliché they really will spend more time playing with the box and wrapping paper than the gift itself.
  • Take a Rest - if you are going to be with family over Christmas then let them do the cuddling, rocking to sleep, playing and so on. It's sometimes hard to take a back seat but the chances are they would love to spend a bit of time with the baby, and it gives you a chance to take a bit of a rest.
  • Choose a Practical Christmas Outfit - There are so many beautiful and cute festive clothes for babies, and why not take the opportunity to dress them as you want before they are old enough to start expressing an opinion on it (that comes soon enough). But if you can then make it practical as well as pretty. If you have a very young baby who is going to be asleep much of Christmas day then you need them to be comfortable, as well as making nappy changes easy.
  • Take Lots of Photos - Really, take loads, and remember to get some with you in them as well!
  • Make Your Own Traditions - My husband and I grew up with different traditions about where the presents would be, when they were opened, what time dinner was and so on. Well now that you have started your own family it's your chance to start again and pick what are going to be your family traditions.
  • Enjoy it - Whatever you do try and enjoy the day. Don't spend it in the kitchen cooking up a feast, you have enough to do looking after a newborn. Keep it simple and have fun.

Do you have any tips for new parents at Christmas? We'd love to hear what you think.

Whatever you do for your baby's first Christmas have a wonderful time.

Frozen Onesie Half Price - now from £4.50 @ Tesco

by Lisa Hayes in Deals on 19 December, 2014 at 5:56 pm

Frozen Onesie Half Price - now from £4.50 @ Tesco

As part of their current sale Tesco Clothing have this Frozen Onesie reduced to Half Price, so it is now £4.50 to £5.00 depending on the size.

It features pictures of Anna and Elsa and the Frozen logo,  is a cosy and practical outfit for girls. It comes in sizes between ages 2 and 6, and at present all are in stock.

Yesterday's Free Delivery code seems to have finished, so if you want one then Free Click and Collect is still an option if you have time to pop into store to collect it.

This is a great price for Frozen clothing, and although there is good availability at the moment, don't expect them to last long!

Thanks to YoNoHe Sido @ HUKD

HALF PRICE Baby & Kids Christmas Clothing, from £1.50 @ John Lewis

by Lisa Hayes in Deals on 19 December, 2014 at 5:27 pm

HALF PRICE Baby & Kids Christmas Clothing, from £1.50 @ John Lewis

John Lewis have reduced some of their baby and children's Christmas Clothing by 50%, with prices starting from as low as £1.50.

Accessories like socks, hats, scarves and gloves are all half price and start at £1.50. There are boys and girls long sleeved t-shirts from £6, Baby sleepsuits from £7, dressing gowns from £9, and jumpers from £9.50.

There are some really gorgeous styles for both babies and children, and whilst they might not be as cheap as the supermarkets on some things there are some really good bargains in there. The 2 Pack of Boys Reindeer Pyjamas are down to £10, and come in sizes between 2 and 12 years - £5 a pair is a good price I think. The Polar Bear design is the same price, but there are a lot less sizes available.

Stock is selling very fast indeed, so you need to quick if you want to grab something. There are still lots of Christmas clothes at full price, so we would expect the prices on them to be coming down very soon too.

Thanks to josiecookx @ HUKD.

Kid's Digital Cameras and Camcorders from £6.99 @ Home Bargains

by Lisa Hayes in Deals on 19 December, 2014 at 4:08 pm

Kid's Digital Cameras and Camcorders from £6.99 @ Home Bargains

Home Bargains have just added a range of Kids' Digital Cameras and Camcorders both in stores and online, and the prices start at just £6.99.

There are 7 different digital cameras cameras selling at £6.99, and they seem to have different levels of ease of use according to the likely age of the child. The simplest to use are those aimed at the youngest children - Dora The Explorer, Spongebob Squarepants, and Gummy Bears. There is  also a design branded with Nerf, and the Batman and Monster High ones have additional changeable face plates to change the look of the camera.

The Victorious Mini Digital Camera (£6.99) is aimed at older children, as are the Hello Kitty Digital Video Recorder With Camera and the Avengers Digital Camcorder, both of which are £9.99.

All of the above are stocked in stores, but are subject to availability, or can be ordered online as well. Delivery charges from Home Bargains vary according to destination and the parcel size, but start at 50p for smaller items up to £7.99 for large items like furniture. Any items that are eligible for Click and Collect can be picked up in store for free, or delivery is free when you spend over £50. I think they might have the most complicated delivery charging system on the high street!

Thanks to lolly2012 and libradragon2 @ HUKD.

FREE Android App for Kids: 'Wubbzy's The Night Before Christmas' @ Amazon

by Lisa Hayes in Freebies on 19 December, 2014 at 3:02 pm

FREE Android App for Kids: 'Wubbzy's The Night Before Christmas' @ Amazon

"Wubbzy's The Night Before Christmas" App for Android is normally only 69p to download, but just for today Amazon are giving it away for free.

Wubbzy is a cartoon character from Nick Jr's 'Wow Wow Wubbzy', but even if you or your kids aren't familiar with this character the app looks loads of fun anyway.

It features a version of the classic poem "The Night Before Christmas" with cute Wubbzy cartoon pictures to illustrate it (and it is slightly different from the original), which you can use in three different modes according to your child's reading level or preferences.

There are also three mini games (I like the look of Snowman Dress Up), as well as songs and colouring. There are no nasty little surprises like in app purchases, and although there is a link provided so that you can contact the developers, provide feedback and rate the game, these are intended for parents to use and are not within the story or any of the activities.

It looks pretty good for a fun freebie, and if your kids are at home from this afternoon like mine, then anything to keep them happy and occupied during the long wait to open their presents is a good thing. ;)

Thanks to glamredhel69 @HUKD