Giveaway: Win a Hamper of Mini Games with University Games

Win a Hamper of Mini Games with University Games

We all know the words “Are we nearly there yet?” coming from the back seat where the kids are when travelling either on holiday or to visit family and friends. To stop this – or at least hold it at bay for a longer time we have teamed up with University Games to give you the chance to win a ‘Mini Games’ hamper!

Great for travelling with the kids by car, train or plane! There is endless hours of fun to be had and with games from Pointless to Smart Ass, there is a game for everyone!

Also with no board games include, it is the perfect size to fit in your bag or rucksack!

I always have games and activities in Jake and Grace’s travel bags when we are travelling down to see Nanna Jane and Grand Dad Al, they are essential. We often travel by train to their and it does take a few hours. I always book a seat with a table then we can have cars and doll out, a game of cards or a good travel game to keep them occupied.

I have to admit they are good travelers and really don’t say the dreaded saying until about the last half hour or so. We even went to France a couple of years ago and we went in the car with Nanna and Grand Dad and they where fantastic. That included stop overs and long days getting to our destination. I really felt very proud of them.

Mummy H

GIVEAWAY

University Games have kindly offered us a bundle of Mini Games for you to win.

If you would like a chance to win, just enter the rafflecopter giveaway form below.

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Giveaway Ends Midnight Sunday 1st September 2019.

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The mandatory question is “ What is your favourite game to play when travelling and why?”

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Good Luck!

133 Thoughts to “Giveaway: Win a Hamper of Mini Games with University Games”

  1. Claire V

    Various versions of the alphabet game – countries, animals, bands

  2. Lyndsey

    5 second rule game keeps my 6 and 5 year old entertained

  3. Hannah Whitling

    I Spy, everyone can get involved, and it can be made as easy or hard as you choose.

  4. Jade Jones

    if we are going down a motorway we play doubles…. its the same as mini digs but you follow the number plates and call out any double letters or numbers you see…. the kids love it and it helps them with their reading… we also play magnetic noughts and crosses or magnetic snakes and ladders to pass the time and I spy… my favourite I spy guess keeps them going for hours especially if they young…. W.L clue: you see them everywhere on the road Answer: White Lines

  5. emma walters

    ok play is great for travelling and hols, can be played anywhere and 2-4 people too

  6. Helen Arlow

    We play the alphabet game x

  7. cheryl hadfield

    we love to play car bingo to pass the time on car journeys

  8. Tammy Westrup

    We play a game where we choose a category and take in turns to say something related to that category. If someone cannot think of one or repeats, they are out.

  9. Maggie Coates (@Pumpkin2k9)

    Monopoly deal – it’s great fun and just the size of a pack of cards.

    1. sparklepants3

      We usually play i spy or some kind of trivia based game!

  10. Karen R

    We play the Monopoly Card game at home or on travels xx

    1. Nicola Jackson

      We love playing either eye spy or top trumps card games!

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