How steady is your hand? Complete Peachy’s Halloween Maze Facebook game as fast as you can and win money! Ten lucky winners will receive £25 each. We will announce the winners on the 3rd of November.
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Halloween in the UK
Whenever October comes around, this tends to mean one thing: Halloween is coming at the end of the month. Halloween is the name for a holiday celebrated on the 31 October of each October every year. Halloween’s name comes from All Hallows Evening or All Hallows Eve.
How did Halloween come about?
Halloween has its roots in ancient rituals from Celtic times. The festival of Samhain, which is a Celtic one, was meant to celebrate the end of harvest. The point of the 31 October was that dead souls would come back to life to mess up harvests that farmers worked hard for.
Trick or treating
Trick or treating is an American concept that has become what the typical Halloween celebration is all about. Trick or treating has found itself being scattered all around the world including the UK. In its simplest form, it involves children going around their neighborhood dressed in Halloween costumes where they ask for treats or they will trick you, which tend to be a prank.
Halloween in the UK
Halloween in the UK has become more main stream because of the impact of American culture through TV shows, films and social media. Trick or treating is practiced by some Brits but not many. The tradition of wearing costumes for Halloween is something that has stuck throughout the years. Many children will go to great lengths to dress up for Halloween to connect with the All Hallows Eve element of the holiday. The power of Bonfire Night has made Halloween not as a big deal in the UK as it is in the US because of how traditional Bonfire Night is. That said, if Halloween falls on a weekend in any given year, sales of products like pumpkins should increase. In an interview with BBC.com, a research director said that sales could reach £280M for Halloween spending because it fell on a weekend in 2010. Therefore, the popularity of Halloween lies more with the imagery of Halloween such as pumpkins and jack-o-lanterns as opposed to the physical part of going trick-or-treating.
What will you be doing this Halloween?
Whether you will be making a pumpkin pie or dressing up for your friend’s Halloween party, make sure that your finances are in check. Halloween spending continues to increase in the UK when it is convenient for Brits such as being on the weekend and because it falls on payday. If you are going to do something for Halloween, make sure that you tweet us what you are doing and how you plan to stay within budget!
Peachy’s Halloween Maze Terms and Conditions
To participate you must agree to the official rules of the competition!
- Cash On Go ltd/Peachy.co.uk
The campaign is run by Cash On Go Ltd
The campaign was created by creative agency GOAL
- Duration of the campaign: October 23rd 2014 – November 3rd 2014.
- Peachy Loans’ Prize pool:
10 winners will be randomly selected from the participants. Each winner will receive £25.
Winners will be announced on November 3rd 2014.
- Terms & conditions of the game:
In order to participate, you must:
4.1 Give access to your basic profile information via Facebook authentication.
4.2 Complete “Peachy Halloween Maze” game;
4.3 Subscribe to Peachy’s newsletter. You can unsubscribe from the newsletter at any moment.
You will receive 1 point for participating. You can increase your chances of winning by sharing the campaign. This will grant you 10 extra points. The total amount of points you can earn is therefore 11.
- How will you receive your prize?
We will contact the winner via e-mail with further instructions on how to claim the prize.
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