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Father's Day Giveaway | 03

Time for another wonderful giveaway! If you haven't entered the other Father's Day competitions, you can find them here and he...

Father's Day Giveaway

Time for another wonderful giveaway! If you haven't entered the other Father's Day competitions, you can find them here and here.

This third giveaway features - Critically Endangered Socks (they sell socks that support the world's most critically endangered animals) and Gioteck (a popular gaming accessories brand). Read on to see what you can win.

Gioteck TX-40 Gaming Headset, £34.99


Gioteck TX-40 Gaming Headset
The Gioteck TX-40 headset has been designed to specifically meet the demands for the new generation of console and gamers and it delivers on features, quality and design. Some key features are:
- 40mm high impact drivers
- Robust build quality encompassing real steel, copper plated extenders with a light, flexible and comfortable headband
- Discreet inline mic
- Compatible with Multi-platform
- Connects to console via 3.5mm jack
- Alacantra cushioning
- Compatible with Xbox One/PS4/PC

More at www.gioteck.com

Critically Endangered Socks, £12.00


Critically Endangered Socks
Critically Endangered Socks is a company that helps protect some of the world's most critically endangered animals with funds from their sock sales being used to help them in their efforts. Their socks are made from a beautifully soft and sustainable blend of bamboo and cotton and come in five designs and two sizes. They retail at £12 a pair with each pair packaged in a bespoke recyclable box with an endangered animal fact sheet.

Included in this giveaway is the limited edition Amur Leopard sock, with only 1,000 made. It's a partnership between Critically Endangered Socks and The WildCats Conservation Alliance with funds from the sales if this design helping in anti-poaching initiatives and Amur Leopard population monitoring.

Read more about Critically Endangered Socks at www.criticallyendangeredsocks.com

Enter the Giveaway


To win both these fab products, enter via the Gleam widget below. All the best!


Father's Day Giveaway 03

58 comments

  1. We regularly have lunch together.

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  2. I buy him his favourite chocolate - a bar of Cadburys Fruit and Nut!

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  3. I always have my dad around my house every single Sunday and make him lunch xx

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  4. my dad is sadly not with us any more, but My children show their dad appreciation with his annual box of after eights and homer simpson slippers

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  5. Dad really appreciates home cooked meals and chats - small things make the biggest difference

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  6. by being with him as much as we can

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  7. My husband gets coffee in bed most mornings!

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  8. By going to visit him as often as I can. He had a stroke 18 months ago and is now wheelchair bound and we live 150 miles away so I don't get to visit as often as i'd like.

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  9. By visiting him even though he can't remember as he has fairly advanced Alzheimers

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  10. My dad died when I was 25, but my children love their dad dearly and always come to him for their DIY

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  11. My children love to make handmade gifts for their dad.

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  12. My dad has never been in my life but I would give this prize to my partner who is an amazing father to our son

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  13. He always was there to give me a hand babysitting when I used to work now I do any favours I can for him

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  14. By having a Saturday dinner with him every week and making lots of memories with him

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  15. I tell him how important he is to me and that i respect and appreciate him

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  16. My Dad is sadly no longer with us but my father in law gets taken to his favourite football matches :)

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  17. My dad is a gamer and is 76 years old. His current headset is dirt cheap and sub-standard. I would love to win him a proper pair and of course an obligatory pair of quality socks for Fathers Day. Thank you for the chance.

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  18. My dad has passed away but I make sure that I keep my father in law up to date with all our news and always give them a hug!

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  19. I cook him his favourite pie.

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  20. my dad is my best friend i speak to him every single day and we meet on sattrdays and i take him for coffee and cake!

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  21. i speak to my dad on the phone most days and tell him i love him,i also try to visit him as often as i can

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  22. My dad and I take the boys to our community elks lodge for every kids holiday party! He loves hanging out with grandsons! He’s moving to Florida soon and we’re going to miss him terribly thank god for video chat!!!💕👔🇺🇸🤞🏼

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  23. My dad is living with me at the moment so i show him appreciation by cooking him dinner and doing his washing.

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  24. He knows he is fully appreciated all the time but we do slip him secret sweet trips without my mother knowing :)

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  25. By being there to listen when he’s lonely

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  26. By visiting him regularly and treating him on Father's day and his birthday x

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  27. By mainaining the garden he loved and put hours of work to make it so good.

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  28. I call him daily to see how he is and I help him out when I can

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  29. Lynsey Buchanan7 June 2019 at 00:45

    Buying him his favourite chocolates.

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  30. Christine Shelley7 June 2019 at 09:37

    I always bought him a bottle of scotch and something to do with golf

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  31. We have family meals, we regularly take our parents out for meals as well!

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  32. By having quality time together

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  33. I always buy him his fave polo shirts and take him out for a meal! What a fab gift guide!

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  34. I cook him Sunday dinner every week and pop round for a cup of tea and a chat most Days along with helping him with bills and sorting any problems out.

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  35. We try to have lunch together every weekend.

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  36. We go to see my dad whenever we can. I tend to buy him beer too!

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  37. I speak with my dad every day and visit several times a week taking dad shopping as well

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  38. Lots of his favourite treats when we visit

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  39. Buying him his favourite bar of chocolate and by telling him how much he is loved and appreciated

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  40. I get him thoughtful birthday gifts!

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  41. we get him little treats whenever we can x

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  42. Looks a good gaming headset.

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  43. I could always talk to my dad when I was a teenager and he always shared his wisdom with me. Nowadays I show I appreciate him by talking about the things he's interested in.

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  44. To be honest I don't appreciate my dad. Enough said on that. But my kids show their Dad they love & appreciate them every day, from just sitting and talking through their problems or successes with him to randomly finding/creating things they know he'll like.

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  45. weeding his garden, cooking him Sunday dinner at our house where he is guest of honor

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  46. I give him treats of jelly babies when my mum isn't around.

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  47. We have the old man over for dinner weekly, he loves spending time with his grandkids

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  48. Intelligent conversation and listening to his advice, if I like it, I'll take it lol! Also call him popsicle as a nickname and tell him I love him xx

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  49. He's an amazing man, so kind and helpful.

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  50. Spending plenty of time in each others company, saves us both getting lonely

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  51. i try to take an interest in his hobbies

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  52. beer and chocolate always wins him over

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  53. I don't see my Dad very often as he lives quite far away from me but I am in frequent contact with my mum so we communicate through her. Dad doesn't do phones!

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