Oooh, what's behind Day 1...?

01 December 2009

It’s December 1st! Happy Advent! (hmm, is that a saying? we’re not sure…).

Every year we’re very excited to get our new advent calendar, and prise open the little windows each day to see what’s underneath (“ooh, a chocolate….ooh, a chocolate!… ooh, a chocolate!” etc etc)

So we thought, wouldn’t it be cool if we could have a Grazia Daily advent calendar? One that always has a magical surprise inside, a different one each day. Sometimes it might be a brilliant competition prize. Sometimes it might be someone (very) special wishing you a Happy Christmas. The excitement is taking a look behind the window each day and seeing what’s there….

We’ve got 24 amazing treats lined up for you leading up to Christmas Eve, starting today. So let’s just hope you’ve been a good girl this year, eh?

To kick us off, for the first day of Advent, we have an incredible prize worth over £1500!

The prize includes a Samsung netbook with a year’s free internet, a PPQ designed netbook bag, and a BlackBerry Storm 2 with 18 months access thanks to Vodafone UK!


The hot new Samsung netbook has recently been causing a bit of storm because it’s as sleek and glossy and lightweight as a catwalk supermodel. Vodafone UK is one of the first UK network operators to offer the Samsung N130 ultra-mobile netbook with built-in mobile broadband connectivity - perfect for checking emails while on-the-go.



Just in case your phone isn't as up to date as your wardrobe, Vodafone are also offering a BlackBerry Storm 2 - the super-slick new generation mobile with a large touch screen.


And if those nifty gadgets aren’t sexy enough already, fashion’s favourite party people; Brit designers PPQ, have created a lipstick red croc print bag to carry it all away in. Based on the label’s signature Gabriel bag and exclusive to Vodafone UK, the ultra-slim case is sized especially for a netbook and features a padded interior to protect your gadgets. Genius.

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