Win £500 of Waitrose vouchers for a very special Christmas from Hoppy

Hoppy

Hoppy, the UK’s number one home management website, is offering one lucky Mumsnetter the chance to win a £500 voucher to spend at Waitrose to make your Christmas extra special.

Hoppy makes running your home easy and efficient, simplifying your life and saving you time and money. They understand that Christmas can be a stressful time of year, so are offering to take one of those pressures from you – paying for your family Christmas dinner.

With your £500 Waitrose voucher, you could put on quite the spread for the family this Christmas, with enough left for Boxing Day.

What are the benefits of using Hoppy?

Hoppy’s home management service lets you prioritise what you need to do around the home with an easy-to-access digital logbook. This allows you to keep track of which jobs need doing and gives you helpful reminders to do tasks. Customers can also access free online storage for important household documents and attach them to relevant tasks to help keep on top of the paperwork.

Hoppy provides access to the widest range of utility, broadband/TV and mobile deals as well as the option to book a tradesperson for any job around the home. Hoppy constantly reviews its products and services to offer the best deals on household bills (utilities, TV and broadband), comparing the widest choice of deals available. They search through over 200,000 mobile deals from 26 providers and more than 300 broadband deals from 14 providers.

Customers can book a trusted local tradesperson online to carry out a wide range of home maintenance and improvement jobs. With access to over 1,800 fully vetted local tradespeople across the UK, customers can pay instantly online, at a fixed rate – there are no surprise charges and payments are backed by the Plentific Guarantee.

Competition

We're offering one lucky Mumsnetter a £500 voucher to spend at Waitrose – simply answer the question below correctly to be in with a chance of winning.

T&Cs apply. Competition closes 10 December 2018.