Giveaway: Win a £50 Amazon Voucher

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After what might be the longest year on record, December is finally here and Christmas is just around the corner. And of course this very strange year is making Christmas shopping a bit different, isn’t it?

Whether you’ve finished all the shopping or just getting started, it’s a busy time of year.

So there’s just time to squeeze in one more festive giveaway before we take a break over Christmas and New Year. And this time, we’re giving away a £50 Amazon gift voucher, so you can spend it on whatever you like!

Will you add it to your Christmas shopping budget? The giveaway closes on Friday 18th December so if you’re the lucky winner and you get in touch quickly, you’ll have your e-voucher before the last shopping day.

Maybe you’ll save it and treat yourself to something nice in the New Year? January can feel a bit flat after all the festivities have finished, so it’s good to have something to look forward.

Or you could use it to fill your Kindle with e-books, to keep you entertained through the next few weeks and months.

Whatever you choose to spend the e-voucher on, entering our festive giveaway is easy. All you have to do is to log into the Rafflecopter below and answer the simple question. There are also some social media entry methods that you can use to boost your chance of winning.

This giveaway is open to UK adults aged 18+ and close at 11.59pm GMT on Friday 18th December 2020.

And the question you need to answer to enter this giveaway is: If you win, what would you spend the £50 Amazon voucher on?

Good luck!

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580 thoughts on “Giveaway: Win a £50 Amazon Voucher

  1. Steven S says:

    I would buy some replacement Xmas lights as I’ve now discovered I left batteries in a few of them which have leaked. Doh !.

  2. Alix Smith says:

    I would buy a present to cheer up my Dad as he’s going through a really hard time at the moment. Probably something gadget related!

  3. Lauren Bennett says:

    I would spend it on some jewellery for my beautiful mum. She deserves it after how hard she’s worked this year :)

  4. Liza Park says:

    I would spend the vouchers on a hairdryer for my step daughter as she uses mine more than me And a couple of baking tins for myself

  5. Katie says:

    As much as I could easily spend this myself, I would donate it to my friend who is really struggling to afford any Christmas presents for her girls

  6. Rachael Simmons says:

    Honestly I would treat myself to Cyberpunk 2077 on Xbox which comes out next week! I work in a secondary school and video games are my downtime

  7. Lisa says:

    There are so many things I would love to buy with a £50 Amazon voucher! I’d put it towards a pair of trainers or boots or maybe even a tablet computer!

  8. Kelly Knowles says:

    My daughter has a birthday just before Christmas, she really wants Harry Potter book set, so I’d love to treat her.

  9. Lauren Pilkington says:

    id spend it on some gifts for the children on our street. theyve been amazing during this strange year and loved the thursday night clap for nhs where they all got to wave and say hi to each other. id love to treat them all

  10. Paul Green says:

    I would use it to buy some new sheets for our bed, I know not very exciting but its something we need but never get round to buying as something else always seems to pop up.

  11. JANET EMPSON says:

    daughter in law is an older student at uni (on line atm) so needs books amazon it the go to place for them so would help her a lot

  12. Stephen Holman says:

    My niece is getting a new games console for Christmas so id use the voucher for a game for her or maybe a second controller so i can play too!!!

  13. Nicola Godfrey says:

    I would purchase my nephew a wooden walker, as he is currently in the stages of taking his first steps but need the support of something to lean on.

  14. Hannah Mughal says:

    I’d put it towards treating myself to a DIY nail kit- I NEVER treat myself and I miss doing things that make me feel good. This would be amazing!

  15. Ian Campbell says:

    I’d put it towards a Nintendo Switch console, as I’d love to ‘Switch’ up my family’s gaming experience from the mundane to the magical this Christmas!

  16. Christine Lockley says:

    THe hubby has a few DVD’s on his wishlist so I’d treat him and then buy myself some books I’ve got my eye on

  17. Cwhitlow says:

    My husbands gift! All other gifts are sorted but I’ve blown my budget now. I need to magic up his Christmas and Birthday gift! Eeks! X

  18. Nadia Stanbridge says:

    I have a long Amazon wishlist with books and cds, but would out this towards an air fryer for healthy eating in the new year

  19. Jenny McClinton says:

    I would treat me & my daughter in January. I would probably buy books and then I would see what my daughter would like after we see what she gets for Christmas.

  20. Richard Rowley says:

    I would get a new watch as when the hour changed I found the adjust button for my watch was broken and I can’t change the time on it.

  21. bet ferguson says:

    perfect to put towards a deep fat fryer, but I would like one with a really good odor control filter, and have not been able to find the best one x

  22. Judith Mitchell says:

    A Doro mobile phone for my mum (hearing aid compatible so she might actually hear me when she’s on the phone!) and, with the bit left over, probably a couple of books for myself

  23. Jodi Hill says:

    My partner and I aren’t buying each other this year, as we haven’t budgeted for it, but if I won I’d treat him to some mandalorian pjs & a star wars tshirt, h e doesn’t watch much tv but he’s absolutely obsessed with the mandalorian! You should see how excited he is on a Sunday night

  24. Sara Goodman says:

    I’d buy some vegan recipe books, I imagine my son would be very grateful! I could certainly do with some help cooking his meals!

  25. Catherine Spencer says:

    I would buy some new board games for my twin boys, we are a bit bored of the ones we have thanks to spending a year inside lol so some new ones would be great x

  26. Karen Emma Usher says:

    I would put it towards one of those high tech juicers! One where you put the whole fruit in the juicer and it juices it completely up! Looks amazing!

  27. Jess Howliston says:

    Great giveaway! If I was your lucky winner I would put it towards some extra little presents for our family and friends that we have missed so much this year!

  28. Angela sapherson says:

    I would spend this on my partner. He is my soul mate and my rock through thick and thin. It would be a thank you for being truly amazing:-) merry Christmas everyone

  29. JACKIE Graham says:

    I’d love to buy a new PlayStation game for my son, he has asked for Spiderman, so this would be so lovely to be able to see the smile on his face.

  30. Ellie dibble says:

    I would gift the voucher to my parents as they have given me so much this christmas and they are very hardworking and deserve it!

  31. Emma Iraci says:

    I would like to spoil my husband with the vouchers- he is the best friend and total rock and don’t know what I would do without him!

  32. Samantha Buntain says:

    I’ve seen a lovely pair of boots that look comfortable and perfect for the winter weather so I’d treat myself to them

  33. Ellen Stafford says:

    I would buy something for my Dad because he has been a postman for 47 years and this is his last Christmas before he retires so it would be nice to get him a treat!

  34. Catherine Stewart says:

    I’d like to buy the other half a subscription to Audible. He loves reading but is dyslexic, so audio books are the perfect solution for him!

  35. Fiona Johnstone says:

    I would put it towards an ActiFry. Got to be more healthy this year after 9 months of not such a good diet and not doing enough exercise. My own fault. Not covid.

  36. Jennifer Toal says:

    My step daughters birthday in January when everyone is skint and she gets IOUs it would be nice for her to be treated properly

  37. Chris Hobbs says:

    I would put it towards a speaker for my bedroom. Mine has just packed in and Christmas is expensive so was waiting for the sales in January.

  38. Beverley Michelle Cousins says:

    Love to put it towards a android tablet for the children, especially with so much home schooling now due to covid, plus i want need to wear my boxing gloves then to break them up when fighting over who’s going on the laptop first! lol

  39. kevin smith says:

    i would love to win this as my daughter wants the poopsie unicorn toy for christmas and i cant afford it right now after recently being laid off work so this would put a smile on a young girls face this year.

  40. Sally T says:

    A treat for my niece e she has had to miss so many things this year because her mum is very vulnerable and so she could not come back for the summer, and now it is looking like it will be safer for her to stay away for Christmas too. None of us are bubbling, but she is the only one that lives alone.

  41. Mary Baldwin says:

    I’d buy something for my son as he’s been such a star this year and then I do have rather a lot of books on my to-read list and would love to buy some of those.

  42. Fiona jk42 says:

    I would buy something for my son. He’s one of many young adults who has had to return to live with parents after not being able to work due to Covid, and therefore being unable to continue to pay rent.

  43. Rebecca Beesley says:

    i’d like to spend it on some food items that I can get from Amazon but are hard to find elsewhere like barberries and pomegranate molasses. But I’d probably end up buying things the kids need – school items etc

  44. Alison Clark says:

    I would treat myself to some wellies, my little boy loves walking the fields by us , I was going to get a set but he needed new ones so for now my feet are getting a bit wet!

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