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Win at Pass the Pigs this Christmas

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As good things happen in three, it seems a good idea to add to the Tumball and Beat the Flush giveaways with another. And after B announced his favourite Christmas food is pigs in blankets this seems like the perfect festive gift. Pass the Pigs is fantastic family entertainment.Pass the Pigs logo I can only imagine the snorts of laughter form my three as they play these piggy games over Christmas.

The original party animals, Pass the Pigs, use hilarious pigs for dice. Will you roll a sider or start makin’ bacon? Having fun with friends, on the road entertainment, or just chilling out – the game is on for every pig in the parlour!

Fantastic fun for the family, Pass the Pigs is easy to play. Simply throw the 2 piggies up in the air and see how they land. Compare the pigs landing positions with your scorecard and earn points, the first to 100 wins.

And, to keep the children entertained as we make the most of travelling to see friends over Christmas, Pass the Pigs comes in a handy travel case, pop into your bag and we’re ready for a game anytime. I think the children will have everyone joining in before the New Year.

Pass the Pigs

I’m excited to offer both the Pass the Pigs and the Pass the Pigs party games to one lucky winner. And with a bit of Santa’s magic they’ll arrive in time for Christmas.

Whilst Pass the Pigs is a game of skill for 2-6 players, suitable for ages 3+.  The game comes with a handy carry case, 2 pencils, 2 pigs and a pocket-sized score card.

The party really starts with Pass the Pigs party.  With eight pigs in the game to play with. You can roll your piggies to try and be first to match the position on your card, get bonus points if you do it on your first go. The game comes with 8 small plastic piggies (four pairs), a deck of 30 cards and a carry case.  Pass The Pig Party_master

And to be in with a chance of winning, just follow the Rafflecopter below- Good luck!

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  • Reply
    melanie stirling
    November 30, 2017 at 00:17

    Piga are actually my favourite.I used to help my grandad with his pigs when I was little and my mum has a photo of me when I was about 2 years old stood next to an enormous pig.

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    November 30, 2017 at 02:38

    Pigs. They’re so cute.

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    Tracy Nixon
    November 30, 2017 at 03:06

    A goat! So naughty!

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    Lynn Heath
    November 30, 2017 at 05:43

    I think cows! Love a glass of ice cold milk!

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    Jayne Kelsall
    December 6, 2017 at 11:09

    I love Pigs, my son helps out at weekends on a farm and there is a Pot Bellied pig there that he has named Squeaky and she is lovely 🙂

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