Free Competitions: From Designer Cardboard Christmas Trees To £100k!

17 December 2009

Prizes

We have a nice contrast of prizes today! A quirky cardboard christmas tree is up for grabs, Nivea’s own version of 12 days of Christmas, or a relaxing spa treatment in Spain. There’s also £1000 worth of Morrisons vouchers available to win, and the grandest of the prizes…a nice sum of £100,000!

Strange things first. A Christmas tree is the cornerstone of any family home at this time of year. It is the single most important thing to have in your house in the month of December. So why not pop your details in for your chance to win this bizarre tree, which is by the way, made entirely out of cardboard (and glue!). (ends midnight 17th December 2009, delivered to winner on 20th December).

As we know, mummy needs taking care of, and conveniently, Nivea are holding their own competition of ’12 days of Christmas’, where you get to win various beauty goodies! Enter on a daily basis to be in a chance of winning! (ongoing daily)

Even more good news for mummy! Ease the pains of being a mother by heading off to Spain for a two day luxury spa holiday! Indulge yourself in the six treatment rooms available, and most importantly leave all your parenting worries at home! (ends 10th January 2010)

A fair amount of hard-earned cash goes towards the weekly shopping bill, especially if you have a family to take care of. Ease those costs, and treat yourself to a £1000 spending spree at Morrisons! (answer = Madrid, ends 20th December 2009)

2009 has been a challenging year financially for most families, and with Christmas and New year round the corner, things are likely to get more difficult. The most beneficial resource to have around this time, is pure, fresh cash! £100,000 to be precise! Someone has to win it, make sure that person is you! (ends 4th January 2010)

Good luck to you all, let us know if you hit success!

TOPICS:   Things to Do

1 comment

  • Emma K.
    Ohhh I wouldn't say no to £100,000! Thanks for the contests :)

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