Tuesday, 10 November 2015

Giveaway #520 : Win 1 of 2 kids' space hoppers #jumponit - closed - Lynsey Buchanan, Samantha Saunders


Now that we're well into autumn, are you feeling miserable ? I thought this was a fabulous way of putting a little bit (or a lot !) of bounce in your step ! To mark the clocks falling back, and the start of winter, Confused.com distributed hundreds of space hoppers throughout London to brighten up people's day (from Camden to Westminster and Notting Hill).

On 26th October, a 'bounce mob' of commuters and children came together in Pottersfield Park for a communal BOING to shake up the city's dreary morning.

After the success of the day, more space hoppers were handed to disgruntled commuters during the two-day DLR strike - offering them a fun, alternative way to travel to work (or at least just to bring a smile to their faces!!)


Laura Buchan, Head of PR at Confused.com, says: “We wanted to do something to brighten up people’s day so we sent out hundreds of blue space hoppers and before we knew it, a ‘bounce mob’ had descended on the capital. It was brilliant to see so many people come down to #JumpOnIt by bouncing on the space hoppers we had. We hope we made the morning just that bit brighter for all who got involved.”

The eye-catching spectacle was all captured on film – watch the video, grab a space hopper and #JumpOnIt!



I have two of the big blue Confused.com space hoppers to give away to lucky Madhouse Family Reviews readers. Just fill in your entries in the Rafflecopter widget below.





UK only. Closing date : 24/11/15

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 28 days, I'll have to pick another winner. Prizes will be sent out by the companies or their PR directly to winners. Madhouse Family Reviews cannot be held responsible for any prizes that go astray !

127 comments:

  1. to the nearest hot sunny beach :)

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  2. I'd love to space-hop through the high street! It's got to be a more fun way of getting your shopping done!

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  3. space hop to work!! might get a few looks but sounds fun! lol

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  4. I would love to go bouncing around the park.

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  5. everywhere! I want to race the kids

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  6. I'm sure my son would love to bounce to school!

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  7. Around a cruise ship would be fun!

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  8. they would get us outside and into the garden on winter days xx

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  9. just round the house, don't want to be sen if fall off

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  10. to the shops and back
    from samantha price

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  11. Through a field of really really long grass

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  12. I'd bounce around the office & put a smile on people's faces!

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  13. I'd bounce past the window of a busy local restaurant.

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  14. To pick my large cheque up when I'd won the lottery, quick bounce in then off to the pub

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  15. My daughter would have lots of fun with a space hopper

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  16. The school run... that would give the alpha mummies something to talk about!

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  17. If I bounce around the garden with all the ingredients in a jar perhaps he'd get the hint that I want a smoothie maker for Christmas

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  18. Bouncing around the garden with the kids :D xx

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  19. In my mum's garden, its huge

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  20. Everywhere much to my kids embarrassment lol!!

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  21. Round the supermarket while doing the big Christmas shop. Hopefully I'd look so barking mad that people would get out of my way!

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  22. could be good to help kickstart labour!

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  23. Singapore, to show all my relatives my skills.

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  24. we would spacehop through the village to school with my son x

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  25. In the park and would be good a while lot of us on them too!

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  26. The moon. Imagine how high you would bounce

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  27. my son would love to bounce to school! - leanne w

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  28. on Weymouth Beach - it's lovely there all year round

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  29. I would give this to my grandson but if I were to bounce on it I'd want to be on Scarborough beach.

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  30. The school run..

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  31. throughout the house

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  32. Around my yard with the kids - great fun.

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  33. I've lost 4 stone and am having trouble losing more weight so I thought this might help?! (@PeanutHog)

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  34. On the common - we could have a work race.
    Victoria B

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  35. I'd love to bounce along a sandy beach :)

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  36. I'd like to space hop along a beach

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  37. I'd love to take it a bounce around my local park with my children, it looks good fun.

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  38. a nice hot beach somewhere! xx

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  39. sounds great I haven't been on one of these for years.

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  40. Pam Francis Gregory23 November 2015 at 16:11

    In my back garden

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  41. I would give it to my grandchildren to use in their garden.

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  42. I'd love to bounce to the shops on it lol il share it with my children though I promise! πŸ˜‚

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  43. Down the huge hill in our local park

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  44. On a quiet secluded beach. That would be a fab place to pace hop.

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  45. I'd like to use it on the school run!!

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  46. I'd love to bounce around in work :D

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  47. I would like to bounce in the park

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  48. on the school run

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  49. Would use it to chase our children round the park!

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  50. In a shopping mall - that'd raise some eyebrows!

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  51. Zero gravity, on the moon, would be interesting

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  52. I think around the local park would be fun, maybe a bit slippery in this weather though! It's a good job I'm used to falling over! xx

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  53. Down the steps of Sydney Opera House

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  54. I'd give it to my goddaughter to bounce around!

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  55. I would bounce all the way round the house (its a bit cold round our way at the minute! ) x

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  56. Everywhere outside to get from place to place

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  57. I recon doing the school run on a space hopper would burn a few calories :))

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  58. i've entered - on the beach

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