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!
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
Boo hoo my son is too grown up for Halloween fun but I think she should still eat lots of sweets
Watching spooky films and eating munchy food.
Unfortunately I'm working over Halloween! Might watch a film or 2 though if I get time!
Going to my mother in laws in the early evening for dinner and to play bob the apple and other party games with my 4 children, then taking my children trick or treating. After my children have finished there fun fill halloween i will be getting my costume on and going to a halloween party.
My partners two young sons are coming down to visit so we are taking them to Ripley's believe it or not museum and then trick or treating :)
We always host a party, kids until bedtime, then they go to nanny's and the adults have their turn. They've got a really cool inflatable skeleton and pumpkin at asda for £15 each, I could get both of them and still have enough left over for some drinks and nibbles x
we are going crazy this year decorating house for kiddies :D im making my own halloween sweet cones to give out to the children x
I'm down in London
Going to a Halloween party at a friend house with my fiance, it is a fancy dress party.
Not sure yet, may be away for it and no.... no thoughts of Christmas has entered my brain yet which isnt like me
I'm going to a friends 60th Birthday - he is a Manchester United Fan, so I'll probably dress up as a Halloween 'Red Devil' !
We'll be dressing up and pumpkin carving, and making toasted pumpkin seeds :)
Halloween drinks and treats planned, doughnuts on strings to eat with no hands, sweet worms in jelly and Apple bobbing! Should be fun!
I have been growing our own pumpkins, so looking forward to carving them
off to Alton Towers for Scarefest later today, going a classic mini show tomorrow with Ghostbusters theme (really looking forward to this!!) then will be carving pumkins and taking the kids out trick or treating - exciting times :)
I will carve a pumpkin to put a candle in.
Hiding from the trick or treaters!
Well me my partner and the 3 kids are going to York Maze Halloween spectacular then home for a few friends and family for a little party
We will be taking the kids treat or treating and then having a party at my brothers house.
Well. Instead of bobbing for apples and trick or treating we are off to a University Open Day..Where have the years gone?
Ive entered a comp to win tickets to frightwater valley, so fingers crossed I will be going there:) however as its unlikely, my back up plan is going trick or treating and then sharing the sweets with the kids;)
Off to a Halloween party in a Edwardian hotel next Saturday still deciding on what to dress up as, looking forward to is
My children are 2 and 3 so this is the first year they are really excited about Halloween, they have a party at nursery to go to and at home we will be carving out pumpkins.
I'm working at a sweet shop! It gets crazy busy at Hallowe'en, so I'll probably just cuddle up on the sofa with a scary film in the evening :)
Going to have a movie night with a Halloween film and sweets with my girls aged 6 and 7, brought them Frozen Halloween Dresses
I am going to watch a play on Clockwork orange.
I will be hiding and ignoring the door! ;) Oldest kid wants to go trick or treating, but the rest of us are not up to much :)
Every year we decorate the house ready for trick or treaters and turn out all the lights leaving only a few candles and stick scary films on whilst we wait for the doorbell to ring. It always makes us jump halfway through a scary films even though we are expecting it ! We take it in turns to answer the door because one of us is always to scared to be sat on our own ! We are such wimps! Its fun though.
Trick or treating with the kids then bobbing for apples and a spooky party and scary stories for the bigger ones...sweets and music Monster Mash...Rocky Horror music x
I'll be stocking up on treats for the kids that come trick or treating. We put a carved pumpkin outside our door to say that people can knock on our door - its so the locals know who's door to knock at and whose to avoid