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  1. PB Tech 12 Days of Christmas

    Here's another one - it says you only have to fill out the form once to be in all 12 days' prize draws (you don't have to be a customer, but you will get added to their mailing list for junk emails)...
  2. This competition has already started, but you can still be able to enter the previous days draws - all of the prize draws are taking place on 18 December. Unfortunately, as well as just filling in the form, this competition also uses the silly Pyramid-scheme referral system (link above is not a referral) to increase entries, so the chances of winning are far lower than sensible competitions.
  3. It's another idiotic referral Pyramid Scheme-style ... which means because you've referred everyone interested here, the rest of us don't have a lower chance.
  4. A recall notice from yesterday's NZ Herald (6 December, 2018) ...
  5. More peanut allergen recalls for Tresor / Tresor Dore branded chocolate products from yesterday's NZ Herald (4 December, 2018) ...
  6. do you want to earn some survey cash

    The problem with many of these is that they only give out vouchers, and some can take a while to come through and in some cases expire relatively quickly. That means, unless you can pre-plan what you want, you can't use the rewards very easily. The best ones are the places that can pay to a PayPal account. That is quick and easy, so you can get the money almost instantly. You can then use the money in online shops or have it deposited into your real bank account ... either way it doesn't expire or get lost (unless you forget your PayPal account login details!).
  7. The NZCity 24 Days of Xmas is back again for 2018 ... starts Saturday, 1 December, 2018.
  8. A recall notice from today's NZ Herald (24 November, 2018) ...
  9. A recall notice from today's NZ Herald newspaper (23 November, 2018) ...
  10. A recall notice from Monday's NZ Herald newspaper (19 November, 2018) ...
  11. And we're off!! Mindfood has already posted their 30 Days of Christmas competitions. Entries close on various dates in November, so get your entries in early. Mindfood 30 Days of Christmas Prizes are: 1 of 5 Joico K-Pak Gift Bags Michael Hill Pendant and Earrings Set 1 of 5 Copies Of Hillary’s Antarctica Huawei Smartphone 1 of 3 L’Occitane en Provence Calendar of Dreams Pure Silk Sleepwear From NZ Nature 1 of 2 Chloe Fragrances Breville Expresso Machine Murad Holiday Gift Set Karen Murrell Gift Box Set Levivi Bath Tray No. 1 Family Estate Goodie Bucket Two Pairs of Specsavers Glasses 1 of 5 Snowberry Sweet Dreams Night Creams Stewart Dawson Pendant Pukka Organic Tea Prize Pack 1 of 6 Limited-Edition Matakana Botanicals Christmas Candles Wild Fern Manuka Honey Flax Kete Gift Basket Well Naturally Prize Pack 1 of 4 Dr Hauschka Make-Up Sets Braun Multiquick 9 Blender L’oreal Age Perfect Nutrition Range Ultraceuticals Hydrate And Repair Limited Edition Skincare Set Farro $250 Gift Card Elizabeth Arden My Fifth Avenue Gift Set Priori Prize Pack Mainland Cheese Selection Natio Bath And Body Care Pack 1 of 4 Donovans Packs Arbonne Kit Enter at Mindfood Competitions You have to enter for each prize separately and answer the question (What's your favourite Christmas song, What do you leave out for Santa, etc.). There are other Minfood competitions on that page too. Note: For some peculiar reason prize number 4 is listed quite a way down the page, mixed in with other Mindfood competitions.
  12. From an advert in today's NZ Herald (3 November, 2018) ...
  13. Two recall notices from today's NZ Herald newspaper (3 November, 2018) ...
  14. From the back of the latest Toyworld junk mail catalogue ...
  15. From an advert in yesterday's NZ Herald (19 October, 2018) ... well, it was yesterday before the forum went offline.