Christmas Countdown 2016: Guess the Christmas film!

christmas countdown catchphrase

With Christmas just around the corner, we thought what better way to get into the festive spirit than adding a Christmas countdown to Your Resource Centre.

However, this is no ordinary Christmas countdown; we’ve created a catchphrase-style, guess the Christmas film competition and are giving you the chance of winning £50 Love2Shop vouchers if you are within the first 100 to guess the film correctly. The competition will close on the 23rd December.

How to enter the Christmas Countdown draw:

  • On each of the dates stated below (e.g. every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday) on the count up to Christmas, we will reveal another small square on the image to make it a little easier.
  • When we reveal a square we will also share with you some tips and tricks that will help you manage your money and stay healthy over the Christmas period.
  • The first 100 people who guess the famous Christmas film correctly will be put into a raffle to be in with the chance to win the vouchers that can be spent at a range of popular high street stores.
  • Add what film you think it might be in the form below to be in with a chance of winning.
  • We will reveal the winner early in the New Year!

Good luck and have a very Merry Christmas!

Terms and conditions apply

5th: How to prepare your Christmas Budget 

7th: Gift of saving: Teaching a loved one to save

9th: Tips on how to keep Christmas alive 

12th: Christmas quiz for around the dinner table 

14th: Gifting money to grandchildren: A how to guide 

16th: Health and wellness tips to kick start your 2017

19th: What to do with money your children receive this Christmas? 

21st: New Year’s resolution: top financial resolutions you should make

23rd: The competition will close at midnight, today. Thank you to all those who entered. The raffle will be drawn in January and the winner will be announced on 9th January 2017.

Please note: All information within our news stories is correct at the time of publication, and we make every effort to keep content accurate. However sometimes information may be out of date. You should not rely on this information when making financial decisions as no financial advice has been given.