Thursday, 1 August 2013

Giveaway #311 : Win The Magic Tooth Fairy game - closed - winner Samantha Ripley


Drumond Park's Magic Tooth Fairy Game is a great board game that the whole family can enjoy - you can see our review of it here. Race around the board, waiting for a wobbly tooth. Will you dare to pull it? Did you remember to put it under your pillow? The first person to transform all of their teeth into magic fairy coins is the winner !


Drumond Park have kindly offered a Magic Tooth Fairy Game for one lucky Madhouse Family Reviews reader. To be in with a chance of winning, enter via the Rafflecopter widget below.


UK only. Closing date : 21/8/13

T & C's : Entries close at midnight on the closing date. Winners will be selected with a random number generator and announced on facebook, twitter and in the giveaway post subject line. Please note, you will be contacted by email and/or twitter and if I haven't heard from you after a week, I'll have to pick another winner. Prizes will be sent out by the companies or their PR directly to winners.

168 comments:

  1. I think it is a shiny £2 coin but if you ask my kids they think it should be a note!

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  3. £2 i think

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  5. £1 for us.

    We used to get a silver 6d when we was younger, talk about inflation!

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  6. I've commented on your Haribo Smurfs Jelly Sweets review post

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  7. I have added klout to copywriting!

    @ashlallan

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  8. I have commented on The Magic Tooth Fairy Game review

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  9. I hear it is £2 for the first and £1 thereafter

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  10. we used to get 20p!!! suppose it will have gone up to 1-2 quid now

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  11. in my family it's £1

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  12. i think a pound is enough, thanks for the chance to win this x

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  13. i always got 50p but because of inflation, 80p? ;)

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  14. £2 as it gos in the holiday money box.

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  15. My kids get £1 unless it was a tramatic tooth loosing session - then they get £2

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  16. £5 for the 1st and £1 thereafter!

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  17. I was going to say 50p but looks like I'll need to re-evaluate that when the tooth fairy comes looking at other people's comments. Not long now so thanks for the heads up, don't wanna disappointed little one do we? ;-)

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  18. I'm thinking a £1 but we haven't got to that stage yet!

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  19. We haven't got that far yet, and she doesn't quite understand the difference in value of coins, so if I can get away with 50p (for being the biggest), I will do! Probably £1 though, if I'm being realistic.

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  20. It was a sixpence in my day but I suppose a gold £1 would be going rate today

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  21. £1 first tooth, 50p the rest :)(preferably not all at once)
    @sarahrees151286

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  22. Mine get £1, and the other 2 who haven't lost a tooth get 50p

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  23. Ours would be £1 but my son won't let the tooth fairy take his teeth :-) If we win I'm hoping it might change his mind. (crochet addictuk)

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  24. I would say £1 (well thats what it is in our house lol) xx

    @Segga86

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  25. I think 50p like when I was a child - am I being too tight!?

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  26. i think £1 per tooth is enough :)

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  27. I'll be giving 50p or £1.00!

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  28. Michelle Ferguson4 August 2013 at 19:23

    I think £1

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  29. I think £1 and I tell my two that if the teeth are nice and shiny clean you may get another coin! Get's them to brush their teeth with no fuss!

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  30. £1 & bag of sweets or colouring book :)

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  31. £1 and some fairy dust :)

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  32. I think a pound is more than enough it is about the excitement rather than the money (well was for me)

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  33. I said the tooth fairy would leave a £2 coin for a first tooth & £1 after but my son wanted to keep his tooth! :-)

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  34. £1 in our house but my OH wants £3! With 5 children I think not! Haha x

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  35. I'm hoping it's a pound because that's all I'm going to be giving when 6yo finally loses a tooth

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  36. £1 prob be more by the time my daughter starts!

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  37. Just a £1!! Expensive all these teeth, pocket money, easter and holidays etc!

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  38. £5 for the first tooth then £1 for all the rest.

    Samantha Langford

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  39. Luckily I haven't needed to find out yet but I think when he starts losing them 50p to £1 should be enough!

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  40. £2, recently gone up from £1!

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  41. £2


    Michelle pierce

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  42. The tooth fairy that visits my house is a bit skint and only leaves £1. However, the very first tooth out was special so it was worth £2 and a new toy car!

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  44. we do £2 for 1st tooth £1 after that

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  45. We normally give £1, but when a tooth was taken out by the dentist it was worth £2

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  46. We give £5 for first , £1 for the rest.

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  47. £1 A TOOTH IN OUR HOUSE TOO

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  48. £1 for small tooth and £2 for bigger one

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  49. £1 is fine i think, kids have 20 teeth to loose in total

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  50. We give my step son £1 per tooth

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  51. Maybe we are a bit mean but 50p, it used to be 20p when I was a kid 30 years ago so 50p seems fair!

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  52. £2.00 - John Legge

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  53. I got 20p, we've not had a visit yet but I was thinking 50p maybe that's tight they might get £1 from the tooth fairy.

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  54. Pam Francis Gregory19 August 2013 at 08:38

    £2 coin

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  55. 50p due to the tooth fairy being hit badly by the recession

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  56. £1.00 is what the Tooth Fairy brings in my home.

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  57. £1 is plenty

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  58. I give a £2 coin - Christine Mutter

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  59. £2 for the first tooth and £1 for all the others.

    claire matthews-curtis
    claire.bob23@hotmail.co.uk

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  60. £2 is the going rate in our house.

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  61. currently a £1 coin

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  62. In my house it will be 50p as it is a sliver coin. DD hasn't lost any teeth quite yet though x

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  63. My children get £2, i remember when it was 20p for a small tooth and 50p for a big one

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  64. £2 (occasionally a note if the tooth fairy doesn't have any change!)

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  65. We give £1 and the kids are thrilled

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  66. I think I will probably give my son £1.00 for his front teeth, and £2.00 for his back teeth.

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  67. my grandson tried charging the tooth fairy a fiver!! He got a pound instead and was most disappointed lol

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  68. Think about £1.00 with inflation lol x

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  69. The 'toothfairy' usually leaves £1.00 here and usually hidden inside one of my little girls shoes!

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  70. £1 a tooth, and thats plenty!

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  71. £1 per tooth for our family, as it's always been since I was a child :)

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  72. Our tooth fairies always seem to bring a £1 coin :)

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  73. £1 they bring to my house

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  74. 50p or £1 depending on what tooth fairy as in her purse !

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  75. £1 or £2 depending on if they pulled it out or it fell out on its own lol

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  76. my daughter lost her first tooth a few weeks ago at grandmas house, they left her £2 I would have left £1 so they have started something there

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  77. commented on By George ! Royal Baby merchandise review

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  78. I would say it is somewhere between 50p - £1.
    Though when I used to be seen by the tooth fairy it was 10p or 20p.

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  79. I think it should be a shiny £1 or £2 - my kids think different, apparently money weighs the tooth fairy down so she only carries notes :/
    Sorry kids but as the Tooth Fairy also plays the Easter Bunny and Father Christmas its a coin - Take It or Leave It!!!!
    rcleary57@yahoo.com
    becci cleary

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  80. Seems to be £2 but didn start off that way lol

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  81. It depends how much change I've got in my purse, never less than a pound though and if they're lucky they get £2 :)

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    1. Well , I can't believe it. Just after posting this my daughter 'wiggled' out her second baby tooth ! Best pop up the shop and get some change ha ha

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  82. I commented on 'the most stressful day' post !

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  83. £1. Victoria Vincent

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