Giveaway: Win a £25 Amazon Voucher

This giveaway is now closed and the winner is Janine P!

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Yes, we know that it’s still summer, but Christmas will be here before you know it. So we thought we’d get things started nice and early with a summer giveaway for our readers.

We’ll be sending one Christmas Guide reader a £25 Amazon voucher to treat themselves or a loved one. What would you spend it on, if you were the lucky winner?

If you love baking, you could buy a new Christmas cookbook like ScandiKitchen Christmas or the Cute Christmas Cookies book. Or you could use it to buy a decorative cake tin or even some a cake decorating equipment?

You could treat yourself to some new board games to keep the family entertained in the weeks before Christmas. Or why not buy a NOW That’s What I Call Christmas CD to play while you do your Christmas planning!

Of course, you could put the voucher towards your Christmas present shopping or use it to stock up on Christmas wrapping paper. Or maybe you’ll just use it to buy e-books or stream some films to keep you entertained through the summer.

But whatever you choose to spend the e-voucher on, it’s ever so easy to enter our Summer giveaway. First you need to sign into Rafflecopter and leave a comment to answer the simple question, then there are additional social media entry methods to boost your chance of winning.

This giveaway is open to UK adults aged 18+ and it will close at 11.59pm GMT on Wednesday 31st August 2022.

So for your chance to win, here’s the all-important question: If you are the lucky winner, what would you spend the £25 Amazon voucher on?

Good luck!

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377 thoughts on “Giveaway: Win a £25 Amazon Voucher

  1. George Spedding says:

    I would spend it on my Granddaughter – she is very good and never asks for anything

    • Marie Smith says:

      I would like a new Kindle as my screen is smashed on this one, but I would probably end up buying some terabytes of storage for my son ‘s Xbox.

  2. Caroline Stokes says:

    I would get a present for my neighbour, she’s not been well lately, she needs something to cheer her up.

  3. samj says:

    I would use it to buy christmas presents. It is going to be harder this christmas with the cost of living crisis

      • Andrew Scott says:

        My wife’s kindle is no longer supported so I’d like to use the voucher to help purchase a replacement.

  4. Kellie Steed says:

    I need a rain mac for my son for our holiday! The voucher would be a big help, thanks for the chance.

  5. Mark Fridlington says:

    If I was lucky enough to win, I would purchase an Amazon Fire Stick, so that I could stream catch-up apps all-in-one place.

  6. William Gould says:

    We have recently moved house so there are lots of things we need, starting with decorating stuff!

  7. C Whitlow says:

    I’ve got a long wishlist including wireless headphones, dog talking buzzers, a mini keep fit trampoline, a keep fit hoopla hoop thing…but I also need to buy treats for my pup…and my hubster probably deserves a treat more than me…so I would have to let him work through his wishlist! X

  8. katherine s says:

    If I was lucky enough to win this voucher, I would put this towards some Christmas gifts (books) for the younger members of my family.

  9. holly harmsworth says:

    I would spend it on a gift for my daughter mia for christmas. i have started earlier this year

  10. Kirsty Charleston says:

    id put it towards my daughters highchair which she will need in the next few months to start weaning

  11. josephine says:

    My mum’s favourite vase broke the other day, so I would spend it on a nice, new, really pretty vase for her.

  12. Christina Palmer says:

    My youngest grandson is saving up for a Tablet so I would help him out by putting it towards the cost of one.

  13. Wendy Tolhurst says:

    I would use the voucher to make a start on my Christmas shopping. I would choose some books for my daughter who, like me, seems to get through a book as soon as she is given one. Fortunately we swap books and share with friends so they are read several times.

  14. Lisa Day says:

    I would spend it on a lovely Christmas present for my mum as she deserves something special for being a special lady in my life.

  15. Joanna says:

    I have a bare space in my garden which I’d love to fill with a garden plant, so if I were lucky I’d have fun choosing something perfect for the spot 🙂

  16. Lucy Parker says:

    I’d spend it on some Christmas tree decorations. You can never have too many Christmas tree decorations!

  17. Nicola Godfrey says:

    We could really do with some new bedding, it’s been years since I’ve felt that ‘new bedding’ feeling.

  18. Elizabeth Hinds says:

    I would put it towards the Christmas fund – it would be a great help when buying presents 🙂

  19. Frances Heaton says:

    There are some great gift ideas on Amazon, and I would put it towards a kindle for my husband.

  20. Rebecca Catchpole says:

    I would put the voucher towards decorations for Christmas this year – we’ve just bought our first home

  21. JANET EMPSON says:

    well grandson going to uni soon so guess there will be lots that he needs know he needs an i pad pen

  22. Beverley Michelle Cousins says:

    With Christmas just around the corner ,this would be such a wonderful way to get started on our 5 grandchildren’s gifts.

  23. Claire says:

    We would put it towards some Christmas gifts for the family and start out shopping. It is good to spread it out.

  24. Emma says:

    I’d put it towards the kids Christmas pressies. My 10year old loves to read so maybe some new books for him

  25. Rebecca Cleary says:

    I actually have my Christmas wishlist ready and I’ve been chipping away at it. This would be spent on a train for around my tree

  26. Mary Baldwin says:

    I’d love some Christmas tableware both for the day itself and to serve mince pies on when people visit.

  27. Amanda Jayne Davis says:

    I would buy my son the set of books he’s been after and treat myself to a bit of food shopping.

  28. Russ Drew says:

    I would use it to buy “competitions and how to win them” – yes it’s a real book – to try and create a bit of a winning streak. I’ve lost count of how many online competitions I’ve entered but can count on 2 fingers how many prizes I’ve won

  29. Amanda Botterill says:

    I would buy some anything that blows bubbles for my autistic foster daughter, she just loves bubbles!

  30. Diane Tait says:

    We love Sweden and that Scandikitchen Christmas looks amazing! Would put the rest towards board games for the family

  31. Ian Campbell says:

    I’d buy plenty of board games to keep the whole family amused & uplifted after a wholesome Christmas Day meal during the holidays!

  32. Louise Heaton says:

    Reusable ice cubes – They are fantastic to use on my lymphoedema when it’s badly swollen and infected. I only have a few at the moment, so would buy a large pack of them.

  33. Darren Bourne says:

    If I win I think I would spend it on some silicone bakeware that my girlfriend would like to make us lovely sweet treats. Win, win!

  34. Francesca H says:

    A case of my pups special treats – he can only have expensive anallergenic ones and it costs a fortune!!

  35. Sunita says:

    I would spend on Christmas decorations. I feel like doing a throwback to the 80s I have many fond memories of not getting much for Christmas but the decorations were great and the fun we had throwing decorations any old where was the best …Christmas has gotten very expensive so I’d love to take it right back the family would love it x

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