FREEBIE: The Snowman And The Snowdog Activity Book Plus £5 ELC Or Mothercare Voucher With The Radio Times

If you grab a copy of the Christmas Radio Times you'll be able to bag yourself a The Snowman and the Snowdog activity book for FREEEEE; hurrah!

  • There's no link for this one, you're going to have to venture out into the cold

I can't wait to see The Snowman and the Snowdog, the sequel to Raymond Briggs' ever-loved The Snowman, on Christmas Day and I discovered, when I bought the family copy yesterday, that the Radio Times are giving away free copies of The Snowman and the Snowdog activity book for free, in conjunction with Mothercare and the Early Learning Centre - last year they gave away a free Gruffalo colouring book.

Reading the Christmas Radio Times, with a glass of 'something', whilst listening to Christmas music is a tradition that's absolutely cast in stone for me - you know that Christmas really has arrived once the Crimbo edition of the RT is in the house.

To get your free The Snowman and the Snowdog activity book you'll need to pop out and grab a copy of the RT - you can't miss it, it's got the Snowman and the Snowdog on the cover!  It costs £2.80 (it was £2.50 last year!) and covers all the TV, Satellite and Radio listings between 22 December and 4 January this year - pull out page 8 and take it along to your nearest Mothercare of Early Learning Centre before Christmas Eve.

They'll give you a free The Snowman and the Snowdog activity book, along with a £5 voucher to redeem in-store when you spend £25 or more.

If you can't get to a Mothercare or ELC you can cut out the coupon, on page 58, and send it off in the post (with a cheque for £1.99 to cover p&p) to claim your free Gruffalo Colouring Book.

Does this really count as a freebie, as you have to buy a copy of the RT?  I don't know, but I do know I'll be heading into town today to pick up my Snowman and Snowdog activity book - the Snowdog with his ear socks is BEYOND cute!

Happy free Snowman and Snowdog activity books!

TOPICS:   UK Freebies

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