Free Competitions: Win A Family Trip To Lapland

If you've got a little Cars fan in your household, you might like to try your luck with this competition to win a Cars 2 goodie pack which includes: a t-shirt, watch, toy, USB stick, spy camera and earphones.

The answer is 'Big Bentley' and the closing date for entries is Christmas day!

If you've ever fancied one of those expensive Stokke Tripp Trapp high chairs but just can't bear the thought of paying for one, WIN one instead - a high chair plus baby set, worth £250, is up for grabs.

The answer is 1972 and the closing date for entries is New Year's Eve - best enter before you head off to your NYE party!

I always wanted to take the Teenagers to Lapland to visit Father Christmas and stroke reindeer, before the magic of Christmas disappeared for them - it never happened.  It was too expensive for everyone to go and time refused to wait for my bank balance to catch up.

Win this competition and you can scoot off to the land of snow and Christmas without making a dent in your finances; awesome!

**Prize details**

Flights from Birmingham International Airport (BHX- RVN) on 11th December for 2 adults and 2 children (aged 11 & under), returning on 14th December 2011
3 nights accommodation at the 3 star Winter Wonderland Hotel (Half Board) for 2 adults and 2 children, fully comprehensive travel insurance for the whole family and reservation of seats .

Closing date for entries is 30 November and you just need to hand over your details.

Whenever I wear Lady Million, by Paco Rabanne, I always get lots of comments about  how lovely I smell.  Paco Rabanne are offering a lucky winner the chance for an all expenses paid night out on the tiles in London.

Here's what you could win: £500 to spend on the latest designer collections followed by an evening at the ultra exclusive 141 Park Lane and an overnight stay at the Marylebone Hotel.

Just enter your details before 14 December to be in with a chance.


Thanks to Biker Matt, ajay1 and Dipsy11 at HUKD

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