With the holiday season nearly upon us, many of us are already starting to anticipate what the festivities in the midst of a global pandemic.
As long summer evenings begin to draw shorter, and crisp leave begin to speckle our pavements, we know it can only mean on thing; winter is on its way.
Tubs of Celebrations, Quality Streets, Roses and Heroes are slowly starting to fill the shelves of our supermarkets, and Advent calendars are sneaking onto the websites of our favourite brands.
But as we reach reach the third quarter of a very unpredictable year, we want to gather the views of our readers on the holiday season.
After all, Christmas 2020 is almost guaranteed to look drastically different to last year’s for the vast majority of us.
Are you likely cut back on spending for the occasion this year? Will you be attending all the Christmas parties in the run up to December 25th? Will the coronavirus pandemic ruin your family celebrations? We’d love to hear your thoughts on all the above, and a lot more.
So if you have five minutes to spare please let us know in the below survey.
If the survey isn't appearing for you below, you can also click here to take it.
What is the Secret Elves Club? Let me tell you.
It’s a weekly newsletter sent by our two Christmas Elves, Elf Amy and Elf Alan.
You’re able to sign up to come a member of the Secret Elves Club when you complete the survey, and by doing so you will receive a sprinkling of Christmas magic to your email inbox every week.
Also, everyone who signs up will be entered into a draw to win £200 of shopping vouchers.
All seasonal ‘must have’ products will be tested by our little elves before you buy them, from the weirdest advent calendar inventions (since alcoholic advent calendars are now a thing) to the improved chocolate selection promising more calories for your money than ever before.
It may feel a bit odd opening the advent calendar food to December 24 in October, but someone has got to do it! We just want to ensure you don’t waste you hear-earned pennies on anything that isn’t going to light up the faces of your loved one on Christmas morning.
That’s why we’ll be flagging up the best high street and online deals each week, so you know which ones to jump at and which ones to avoid.
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