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I am proud to be part of the UK Money Bloggers community – a great community of bloggers from a wide range of backgrounds and different money experiences. Some of the bloggers are more about living frugally, and some are more about making extra money. Some of them are focused on writing about financial advice and debt – so whatever your money situation, there is a money blogger fo you!

Yet again, the community are bringing you a great festive competition – with an opportunity to win one of eight, yes eight, festive hampers for Christmas! There are 80 bloggers taking part – so there is a massive amount of different ways of entering – so please try and enter via as many methods as possible – after all, you are supporting this great community by visiting their websites and following them on social media.

Most importantly, thanks for being here and reading this post – and hopefully entering via my methods, and I am keeping everything crossed for you in this great competition! Good luck!

Some of the UK Money Bloggers have teamed up to offer you a fantastic prize selection. There are eight Christmas Afternoon Treats with Flowers M&S hampers up for grabs, worth £50 each. That means eight lucky winners will receive a hamper in time for Christmas!

Meet the bloggers taking part

The bloggers taking part in this festive giveaway are:

EmmaDrew.Info | Shoestring Cottage | Your Money Sorted | Thrifty Londoner | Much More With Less | Thrifty Lesley | Pounds and Sense | The Money Whisperer | Inspiring Life Design | Budgeting is a Challenge

Bee Money Savvy | Joleisa | Mind Over Money Matters | The Reverend | Charlotte Musha | Earning By The Sea | SueFoster.Info | Katie Saves | The Money Saving Mum | MamaFurFur | Daily Deals UK | Thrifty Husband

Everyday, Freebies and More | Melanie’s Fab Finds | Mrs MummyPenny | Bronni | Brit on a Budget | Miss Penny Money | Your Best Friend’s Guide to Cash | Money Blog Scotland | I Beat Debt | The Savvy Sisters

Looking After Your Pennies | Bang on Blanks | Miss Manypennies | Lylia Rose | SavvyMumUK | Monethalia | The Female Money Doctor | Broke Girl in the City | Mummy Saver Money Maker | Mum on a Budget | Bargain Bunny | Not Taught at School | Savings 4 Savvy Mums

Glitz & Glamour Makeup | Debt Free Family | Side Hustle Directory | The Somerset Foodie | Financial Expert | Get Paid to F.A.R.T | Savvy in Somerset | A Thrifty Gamer | Mrs Pinch | TuppennysFIREplace | Reinventing Neesha | Alieshia | Sunshine and Rain | Thrifty Chap

Skinny Spending | Money Making Mum | My Money Cottage | Money Tips Blog | Emily Brookes | Frugal Family | Beauty Markdown | Boost My Budget | Make Money Without a Job | Family Budgeting | The Mini Millionaire
This Money Works | Broke in Bristol | The Bloglancer | The Money Principle | Slimming Violet | Savvy Squirrel | Extreme Couponing & Deals UK | Ruth Makes Money | A Balanced Belly | My Debt Diary

The prizes

There are eight Christmas Afternoon Treats with Flowers M&S hampers up for grabs, worth £50 each.

If the hamper is no longer available when the winners are drawn then the winners will be offered an alternative hamper from M&S worth £50 each.

Enter to win

To enter simply complete any or all of the Rafflecopter entry widget options below.

The competition closes at midnight on 14th December 2019. If the hamper selected is sold out then we will offer an alternative M&S hamper worth £50. You can see the widget for the full terms and conditions of this giveaway.

There are plenty of ways to enter this giveaway.

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Good luck!

17 Replies to “UK Money Bloggers Festive Hamper Competition”

  • Ebay has thousands of new and used products- may take a while to trawl through the auctions but its worth it for a bargain!

  • I have started to economise and save by reducing the number of presents I buy. As my older nephews and nieces reach adulthood and gain partners etc I have stopped sending them gifts. I focus on the younger members of the family only

  • Homemade hampers and booze always go down well and can be personalised for whoever is receiving them

  • Amazing prize, excited! I buy pressies a few months before and spread cost so stay within budget

  • Save a little every week (This year I tried the penny challenge – save a penny a day increase by 1p every day) and you save £667.95 by Christmas 🙂

  • It’s great there is a site like this where people can come and talk about the difficulties of money and the strain debt has on you, thanks all for supporting on sharing

  • Use cashback apps for free and discounted supermarket shopping and use the savings throughout the year to pay for Christmas, whilst putting te freebie you don’t want iijjnto gift sets or food banks

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