Celebrate Halloween & Win £50 to Spend on Your Outfits & Party (CLOSED)

Submitted by Higson on Mon, 2015-10-12 09:25

Hello everyone! How was your weekend, any nice wins to report? A few small wins over the last week for me of a Cameron Diaz DVD duo from a SimpleSaver competition on facebook; a children’s baking book from a twitter comp and a Lady Bug night light from a blog competition.  I am going to squirrel the book away for my eldest daughter, so that’s another nice gift won and added to the present pile.  Have you started comping for Christmas yet, or do you like to leave it until after the Halloween festivities are over?  I know a lot of people can’t get excited about the Christmas period until November or later, but I feel the need to get ahead early and as organised as I can during October, before work, school and social activism take over completely!

Do you enjoy the Halloween season – maybe getting dressed up, going trick or treating or hosting a spooky party?  As a family Halloween isn’t usually that important for us, but the girls do usually go to the Halloween disco at school and get all dressed up for the occasion.  My eldest won’t be going this year unfortunately as she is having her tonsils out on Friday poor thing – hopefully we can have a few treats for her at home to make her not feel so left out.  I am sure we will rent a few spooky movies and have some scary treats at home – nothing too blood-curdling though!

If you like to embrace the Halloween season and fancy getting your hand on £50 to spend on dressing up outfits, party supplies or food then why not enter our latest competition exclusive to The PrizeFinder members!  Log into your account and leave me a comment below letting me know what you are up to over Halloween and you could be bagging yourself a £50 voucher to spend with Asda.  You could get a couple of dressing up outfits for the little ones, stock up on spooky party essentials, or just spend it on the weekly shop – the choice is yours!  One entry per person please and please remember that comments are moderated and as such won’t appear immediately.  Entries close at 23:59 on Sunday 18th October 2015 and one lucky winner will be drawn at random shortly afterwards.

Happy comping everyone, and lots of Lucky dust to you all!

Kirsty x


Terms & Conditions


  • The prize is a £50 Asda voucher
  • The closing date for entries is 23:59 on Sunday 18th October 2015.
  • Open to UK residents aged 18 or over
  • Entrants must be registered PrizeFinder users and logged in to their account
  • Entrants must leave a comment on the blog answering the question “What are you doing for Halloween?"
  • Only one entry per person
  • One winner will be chosen at random from all entries
  • The winner will be notified by email within 7 days of the closing date, and must confirm their postal address within 28 days or an alternative winner will be selected



Submitted by loveandbubbles82 on Wed, 2015-10-14 18:44


I'll be heading to my friends house to go trick or treating. My eldest is the same age as her son and it will be my baby's first Halloween :) hoping it stays dry so that I can decorate his pram up :) x

Submitted by jordan91_123 on Wed, 2015-10-14 21:05


well on the 30th i have Halloween/housewarming party to go to and on the Saturday i have a baby Halloween tea party for my little 17 week old girly to go to :) she has the cutest superbaby costume! and ill be wear a black jumpsuit with cat ears and a tail.. with the match makeup of course! exciting year considering last year i was pregnant and couldn't do anything!

Submitted by deescarlett on Thu, 2015-10-15 09:15


Going trick or treating with kids we need to get a pumpkin to carve and sweets to give trick or treaters then off to the local football club for a Halloween party for all the kids and adults

Submitted by rebelr on Thu, 2015-10-15 10:54


I will be giving out sweets for hours as our street is a popular stop for trick or treating families. It's so much fun seeing the creative outfits the kids come up with and how cute they all look!

Submitted by emuchops on Thu, 2015-10-15 10:56


I will be baking a batch of my green and purple 'Hairy Halloween Cakes' for the local children that call each year. The 'hair' is made from spaghetti!

Submitted by sararoseholland on Thu, 2015-10-15 10:58


I have won a Batman outfit for my three year old great grandson but so far he has refused to try it on! Last year his mum and dad dressed up in very spooky costumes and so did he so I am hoping that this year I will be invited along too! They have a new house and I am sure they will want to celebrate! I also have an outfit I could wear but I don't want to scare the little boy!!!

Submitted by gwarren on Thu, 2015-10-15 14:34


Me and my best friend are spending day baking and decorating the house doing some pumpkin carving with kids then we are inviting all our friends and family with all the kiddies to our fancy dressed house party afterwards we take kids trick n treating when they go bed us adults hit the town to party away Halloween x

Submitted by marymod on Thu, 2015-10-15 22:04


Last year we really didn't enjoy it with older children coming round and being really aggressive - think teenagers taller than me - it was quite scary. So this year, we're going out to the pub for supper and will hopefully miss them.

Submitted by carolemmett on Fri, 2015-10-16 08:23


I won't be doing anything myself but I always make sure I have plenty of change for the local children "Happy Halloween"ing (sorry, it's NOT "trick or treat") and as it's a Saturday I'll be able to make a few little treats to give alongside the money.

Submitted by rahrah21 on Fri, 2015-10-16 11:08


Well I already have my pumpkin - I won't carve its scary face until closer to the date though - i've done that before and it rotted - looked great though, smelled foul. So this year, my mum is throwing a halloween spook fest. So we all dress up - I'm going as a vampire. M step daughter will be a scary school girl - no change there!! My other half? He will probably be a scary zombie - no change there either!! I've been looking up some spooky ideas - check this one out - use plastic gloves as sweet bags for trick or treaters!! Looks very scary indeed :) x

Submitted by fmaffs on Fri, 2015-10-16 12:52


We have a Halloween house Party every year with a BBQ, games,decorations, sweets, costumes etc for our kids and extended family. Lots of fun for us and any trick or treaters knocking.

Submitted by GreenButterfly on Fri, 2015-10-16 18:52


It's actually my 38th bday on Halloween so myself and my two lovely girls will have double celebration!
We are going trick or treating and this time will take treats with us to give to other trick or treaters and to the kind people who give to us!
So switching sweeting or swap a treating