Can you believe that Christmas is just over two months away? Help put a smile on the faces of those who need a little extra cheer with a message from Santa at Portable North Pole. Portable North Pole can be accessed online or via the app and offers personalised videos and calls from the one and only, Santa Claus.
In celebration of all things Portable North Pole, we’re giving one lucky reader the chance to win a Peppa Pig gift box worth £100. There are playsets, figures, vehicles and even puzzles for your little one to enjoy. It’s the perfect gift for Christmas just as the Portable North Pole is the perfect place to send those close to you a personalised message from Santa!
Here’s a little more about the Portable North Pole:
Since 2008, the Portable North Pole (PNP) website and mobile app have generated millions of personalised videos and calls from Santa in a new tradition that has caught on around the world. Grown-ups secretly sign-up for free with PNP, fill in a short form and upload pictures of their loved ones. In a few seconds, Santa will deliver a fully personalised and cinematic video message directly addressing your loved ones. PNP also offers messages for grown-ups, with scenarios reminding you that Santa still cares, and even making special announcements. Discover the options here.
And not only are there premium versions such as the Ultimate Magic Pass with its added features to enjoy, but you can also register to be alerted when the free version of our app is available. Not to mention the free videos or even the kid’s corner which is filled with free games for kids to enjoy in the days leading up to Christmas.
To enter, simply answer the question below and leave your details before the closing date of Saturday 26th October 2019 at 3pm.
This competition is also listed on Loquax and Competitions-Time.
Terms and conditions can be found here.
Please note that by entering this competition you will be entered into our special prize draw to win £250 worth of shopping vouchers. This competition will be drawn on Thursday 7th November at 3pm.