WIN a £75 voucher to spend at Chalkboards UK


All you have to do for a chance to WIN a £75 voucher spend with us at Chalkboards UK is 'like', 'share', 'follow' or 'retweet' any of our social media pages or posts.

We have social media pages on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, Linked In and this Blog - just 'like' or 'follow' any of these pages, or if you're already following them, 'share' or 'retweet' one of their posts or give us a 'mention'.

For every social media notification we receive (one per company), we'll enter you into the draw to WIN a £75 voucher to spend with us on your next purchase. Every notification will receive a 10% OFF voucher code to use on their next online purchase.

(If you don't hear from us with the Voucher Code, e-mail us on with the details of how you used your social media to connect with Chalkboards UK and we'll email you the code)

The competition closes at midnight on Saturday 31st January 2015 and we'll announce the winner on all our social media on Monday 2nd February 2015.

Good luck and happy posting!

January 2015 Social Media Competition Terms and Conditions
  1. Entry to the competition is automatic when a social media channel is used to 'like', 'share', follow', 'retweet', 'mention', 'pin'. etc. a Chalkboards UK social media channel or post - no purchase is necessary and a 10% OFF Voucher Code will be e-mailed to you to use with your next purchase at
  2. Only one entry and voucher code per company
  3. Voucher code can only be used for online sales, not quoted or contract work
  4. Closing date for entries is Saturday 31st January at 12:00 midnight
  5. The winner of the January competition will be announced by 12 noon on Monday 2nd February 2015 on all our social media and the blog
  6. The decision by the Chalkboards UK judging panel is final
  7. The January prize is a £75 Voucher to spend with Chalkboards UK. No cash equivalent is available.
  8. Where employees of a company, agency or partnership have entered the competition, the business they represent will be deemed to be the entrant to the competition, not the employee.

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