Earlier this month I was invited to throw a party. A chocolate party. Two words that quite frankly belong together.
The invite was from Sky Movies who are running a #MoveParty campaign to get us all into the party spirit.
Did you hear what I said: Movies AND chocolate. I am IN.
Movies play a big part in this house. We are movie geeks. Geeks with a capital G.
We have a ridiculous number of DVDs and we’re the family that actually do watch them over and over.
Superheroes feature highly, as does Disney, Pixar, Indiana Jones, films from the 80s and anything with Jim Carrey in (my kids have just discovered him!)
So a chocolate-themed party isn’t going to be any problem for us at all. More on that to follow.
However this here is about you and getting you into movies. I’ve teamed up with Sky Movies to give one Sticky Fingers reader a Now TV box with 3-month Sky Movies subscription thrown in. Just in time for autumn and weekends snuggled up on the sofa en family.
But what is Now TV you ask?
Well, it’s a non-contract video on demand service from Sky TV which means you can take advantage of Sky Movies without having to sign up.
And what is a Sky Movies subscription?
Sky Movies has an amazing catalogue of films – more than 1,000 movies including recent box office hits, all-time classics and Disney favourites.
And, Sky Movies premieres up to five new movies every week, and at least a year before they appear on any other movie subscription services.
A pretty easy way to watch your movies – especially if you have fussy kids who can’t decide on what to watch. This way you can choose to watch movies whenever and wherever you want, either on live TV from one of the 11 dedicated genre channels, or on demand across different devices.
The Sky Movies app means choosing a movie is really easy as you can browse films currently available on the service, by genre or search for a specific title.
And you can watch them on Now TV.
How to enter
All you have to do for a chance of winning is fill in the widget below and cross your fingers!
You don’t need to be a Sky customer to enter, it’s open to everyone.
Best of luck.
And if you want to find other competitions hosted on UK-based blogs, check out my Pinterest board for more places to win! Follow Tara Cain’s board The UK Giveaway/Competition Community Board on Pinterest.
The rules bit
The competition is open to residents of the UK, ROI, Channel Islands and Isle of Man only (sorry rest of the world) and those aged 18 and over. Proof of age may be required.
The competition is not open to employees and relatives of Sticky Fingers and any British Sky Broadcasting Group company (Sky), companies associated with the p promotion and all affiliates of such companies.
The prize is for 1 Now TV box and 1 x 3 month Sky Movies pass. The prize is non-transferable and no cash alternative is offered.
Entry is via Rafflecopter.
Make sure your contact details are easily available. Now TV will contact the winner to arrange installation of the prize.
The competition closes on September 1, 2015.
One winners will be chosen at random from all the entries after the closing date.
A winner will be informed within 14 days of the closing date and will need to respond within 28 days or a new winner will be chosen. The winner must redeem their prize within one year. Failure by the winner to make an installation application within this time could result in loss of prize. If the winner has a previous uncleared debt with Sky the winner will not be able to take up the Prize until this debt has been fully cleared.
The winners’ name will be announced on the widget.
The prize will be sent within 28 days of receiving the winner’s address.
This is a joint promotion between Sticky Fingers and Sky Movies.
Sky/Now TV reserves the right to refuse or withdraw the prize if a winner or a party authorised by the winner to act on their behalf, threatens or abuses a staff employee or otherwise conducts themselves in a manner that Sky reasonably regards as inappropriate, offensive or unlawful.
We reserve the right to substitute the prize (or an element thereof) for an equivalent or greater monetary value if this is necessary for reasons beyond reasonable control.