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!
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- 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
I am arranging a halloween party so buying pumpkins and apples for the kids and parents to play apple bobbing
This year my sister is hosting a Halloween party and then we will walk round the village trick or treating with the children.
We are having a house party with fancy dress. Decorating the house with spooky decorations, and having spooky type food . The kids will love the whole thing . ( And the adults too ) .
hopefully a really big party local to us
We are going to a house party round a friends. Really looking forward to it!
we have a 7 month old baby, so we will be hoping people don't wake her up with the doorbell! Maybe I'll get my husband to dress up and stand outside the house giving out sweeties :-)
We'll be going out trick or treating with the kids.
Trick or treating with my grandchildren x
I'm actually away on a win with my husband - 2 nights in SOuthampton
I am going to my friend's house for their first Halloween as a couple (she's American) we're going to eat yummy toffee apples that i'm making, watch scary movies and play horror video games! I can't wait!
I am taking the kids to a local halloween party for a disco and pumpkin carving competition
having a big scary party.
Taking the kid's trick n treating then the mum's going for a night out all dressed up
Staying in waiting for the trick or treaters - and making them jump as I wear a scary mask to open the door before they get their treat!
I prefer the Mexican Day of the Dead, which is a couple of days later and involves Mexican food, drink and loads of skeletons and sugar skulls.
We don't really celebrate Halloween, but we may start to get into it when our little boy gets older. He's only 1 at the moment so he's a little too young for trick or treating just yet :-)
Going to a charity 'do' and dressing up for the night. Not told nervous the other half yet that he doesn't have to the do the fancy dress. Haaahaa!
Visiting our youngest daugher and our two youngest Grandchildren who are relocting from Yorkshire to Cumbria.
as our children(young adults) are in their twenties now we still like to celebrate by putting a pumpkin in the window so that the younger children round our neighbourhood know they can knock on our door and we have bags of sweets for them. we love seeing their happy faces and our neighbours think it's great that we don't mind them knocking on our door, the only thing is trying to stop my lads and my husband eating them all before I've had time to hand them out.
I'm taking my little girl to her cousins 2nd birthday party on Halloween, he's having a Halloween fancy dress birthday party. I can't wait to see all the little toddlers dressed up in scary outfits!
We are having some friends to stay just before Halloween and so I will probably make cakes with iced spiders webs on for when they are with us and as they have a good sense of humour we will probably scare them with lots of bats (real ones as well, as we do have some local ones that come into the garden), it will be great fun.
We are going to my daughters for a party for my grandson 1st halloween.
Hoping that no trick or treaters come so I can stay in and eat all of the sweets!
My witch of a sister is coming to stay so I'll be making us some potent blood and slime coloured cocktails.
I will be having a horror movie marathon.
Guising with my Grandchildren
I am going to a Halloween party, Helen throws a mean party, never been to one of her halloween parties before, as always been working, so really looking forward to it this year
going to be trick n treating round our neighbours( lots of sweets!!) then a spooky tea party cant wait to play our spooky games
Hiding from the trick or treaters and going to the theatre to see Mary Poppins instead as a birthday treat!
In my village we're having a 'Halloween Night' - we're celebrating both Bonfire Night and Halloween on the same evening, so I imagine we'll be seeing a lot of guys for the bonfire with pumpkins for heads!