Giveaway: Win one of FIVE French Christmas Tree of Chocolates by Club Chocolat Française

Giveaway: Win one of FIVE French Christmas Tree of Chocolates by

Club Chocolat Française

Club Chocolat Francais

As a little Christmas and New Year treat, Club Chocolat Française have given me FIVE Christmas Tree of Chocolates to give away to one of FIVE lucky Lavender and Lovage readers! These lovely Christmas Tree shaped boxes are filled with Dark and milk chocolate, hazelnuts, caramelised almonds and candied orange peel. Perfect for nibbling under the Christmas Tree! This giveaway starts today and ends early in the New Year, when I have another super prize to offer my readers from Club Chocolat Française! 

A Christmas Tree of Chocolate

Prize is one box of chocolates and not two as shown in the photo

Prize comprises:

Five x French Christmas Tree of Chocolates by Club Chocolat Française

A Christmas tree to enjoy for you!!
Dark or milk chocolate, its branches are filled with hazelnuts, caramelised almonds and candied orange peel.

A Christmas Tree of Chocolate

You have to ENTER to WIN though, and all you need to do to enter is choose one or all of the entry options below, each entry carries points and the more points you gain, the MORE ENTRIES you have which increases your chances of winning! 

Photo: Our special Introductory offer is welcoming you. £9,95 instead of £19,95! Plus free delivery! Just the right way to taste a bit of French touch!

To enter this Giveaway, all you have to do is the following:

1. Complete the Rafflecopter widget below to verify your entries – A mandatory question will appear, which you need to answer by leaving a comment at the bottom of the post, before going back to the Rafflecopter form and hitting “Enter”. (After this, you can complete the bonus entries as explained on the form to increase your odds of winning – you can also return daily to tweet this for more bonus entries)

2. Entries are by blog comment, Twitter, Facebook etc

3. Closing Date: 2nd January 2013

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GOOD LUCK!

Karen

Club Chocolat Francais

*The winner will be selected at random from all correct entries received. The winner will be notified within 7 days of the closing date. The prize is as stated: no cash alternatives are available. This competition is open to UK entrants only

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Comments

  1. Laura Swann says

    Ooh, it’s more like what DON’T I want!!! Some chocolates like this could be nice…..!! Sparkly jewellery and vouchers to spend on my kindle would also go down nicely! Xxx

  2. Rachael G says

    An eternity ring would be amazing, but there is little chance of that happening this year so I’ll have to be especially good next year!

  3. says

    I’d like a nice new large kitchen please. Hmm, it might not fit under the Christmas tree though, so I might just have to settle for a very large hamper of chocolate!

  4. Jenny Leonard says

    I’d like Brad Pitt – smeared in chocolate would be fine. Failing that I’d like all of the children to be happy with what they get under the tree :)

  5. Deborah Wheeler says

    I wanted some slippers that warm up in the microwave for my feet as they are always cold as I have got nerve damage – to my delight I got some and they are brilliant and my feet are now lovely and warm

  6. Cheryl M says

    What I’d really like is a newspaper telling me a cure has been found for Alzheimers, but since that’s unlikely a pair of black boots would be lovely, please! (And some French chocolates!)

  7. Sue Hunt says

    I got what I wanted a few days before Christmas, an 8 week old Boxer puppy that I have named Finlay, he’s a sweetie :D

  8. Alison Turner says

    Santa brought me most of what I wanted but I would have loved some nice warm gloves as my hands get so cold and ordinary gloves just don’t keep them warm enough.

  9. ClairejB says

    I was lucky enough to get some lovely pressies for Christmas and enough choccies to last me for months…but it hasn’t stopped me entering this comp for more chocs! :)

  10. Helen Aiken says

    I’d have loved a kindle, but my more realistic wish for chocolates was what was under the tree for me this year. Yummy!

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