Swoon Editions | The Fine Bedding Company £500 Giveaway

Posted on 01 / 02 / 2016 by Sleep Lover

*** SORRY THIS COMPETITION HAS ENDED ***

Do you have any home improvements planned for 2016? Is a bedroom makeover on your wishlist? Then read on as we’ve teamed up with online furniture and home accessories store Swoon Editions.

Swoon Editions required boutique hotel quality bedding to launch their brand new Smith mattress – created in partnership with the boutique hotel experts Mr & Mrs Smith. Our Boutique Silk duvet and Boutique Silk pillows were the perfect match. As a thank you Swoon Editions have generously given The Fine Bedding Company a £500 voucher to spend at Swoon Editions.

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If you’d like to be in with a chance to get your bedroom or any other interiors projects off to a great start with a £500 voucher to spend on anything from the current Swoon Editions collection. To enter we’d like your help with a very important bed related question …

When the tooth fairy comes to visit your house, how much does she leave under the pillow? Tell us the going rate in your house.

You can also gain bonus entries by swinging by our social pages, we’d love you to like and follow us too, using the Rafflecopter widget below.

Good luck!

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Competition ends midnight Monday 21st March 2016.
Winner will receive £500 of your order with a code provided to the winner.
Cannot be used alongside any other offers or promotions – code must be redeemed by midnight on 31.12.16. Full terms can be found at swooneditions.com/terms

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  1. Posted by John Frost / / Reply

    Just £1

  2. Posted by michael waters / / Reply

    going rate was £2 in our house

  3. Posted by Andrew Knight / / Reply

    Could really do with a new bed and bedding.

  4. Posted by Catherine McAlinden / / Reply

    My 6yo hasn’t lost any teeth yet, but I’m thinking £1

  5. Posted by Caroline Clarke / / Reply

    The tooth fairy hasn’t visited our house yet. I’d imagine £1 is the going rate when it does happen.

  6. Posted by Karis / / Reply

    £1

  7. Posted by Siobhan Davis / / Reply

    £2 is the going rate in my house 🙂 x

  8. Posted by Andrea Ibbotson / / Reply

    £1 is the going rate in my house

  9. Posted by Emma H / / Reply

    £1

  10. Posted by Kim M / / Reply

    It used to be threepence when I was little and £1 when my daughter was small

  11. Posted by kate philpott / / Reply

    3.00 in our home

  12. Posted by Alison Fairbairn / / Reply

    The going rate for the tooth fairy in my house is £2 …. unless it’s a front tooth and that’s £5

  13. Posted by liz stevens / / Reply

    £1

  14. Posted by Elizabeth Parry / / Reply

    £2 For my lot! 🙂

  15. Posted by Rachel Dayan / / Reply

    £1

  16. Posted by Ronan / / Reply

    A quid.

  17. Posted by Kelly L / / Reply

    Five pounds!

  18. Posted by Edward Guerreiro / / Reply

    The same as when I was a child, a pound.

  19. Posted by gemma brown / / Reply

    a £2 coin

  20. Posted by Darrell / / Reply

    £2 coin is how much the tooth fairy leaves in our house 😉

  21. Posted by Tracey Belcher / / Reply

    £1 a tooth in our house

  22. Posted by ROBERT MCINTOSH / / Reply

    £1

  23. Posted by Kerry Locke / / Reply

    50p in my house

  24. £1 is the usual in our home.
    And a little note/reminder that looking after yout teeth is very important. 😉

  25. Posted by Alisha / / Reply

    £1 per tooth.My son thinks he’s gonna be rich!

  26. Posted by Samantha loughlin / / Reply

    Thanks for such an amazing giveaway I’ve left my answers in the rafflecopter widget

  27. Posted by Lorraine Tinsley / / Reply

    50p as my daughter likes the big shiny coins!

  28. Posted by Lynsey Buchanan / / Reply

    £2

  29. Posted by Angela Wilcox / / Reply

    £1 is what the tooth fairy leaves at our house

  30. Posted by christine szlobodnik / / Reply

    Oooh i’m excited 😀 can’t wait to see if i win

    xo

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  32. Posted by Christine Caple / / Reply

    £1

  33. Posted by Sue C / / Reply

    She leaves £1. One time she left a little extra when she received a very apologetic letter about a tooth that had been swallowed.

  34. Posted by Dorian / / Reply

    £2 and a toothbrush to take care of the new ones!

  35. $1 coin in Australia when I was growing up

  36. Posted by Corinna Ball / / Reply

    £2 per tooth

  37. Posted by michelle o'neill / / Reply

    £2

  38. Posted by Cat Jamison / / Reply

    £1

  39. Posted by Martina Evans / / Reply

    £1 per tooth!

  40. Posted by Vicky Online / / Reply

    The tooth fairy leaves £1 in our house.

  41. Posted by Sadiyya maryam / / Reply

    Our little one hasn’t lost her teeth yet she’s 4. But alot of her friends have so she knows all about the tooth fairy and I think we will leave £1.00 when the time comes!

  42. Posted by Layla Thomas / / Reply

    1 pound is the rate in our house.

  43. Posted by Jo Hutchinson / / Reply

    A pound

  44. Posted by vera Bahounkova / / Reply

    £1

  45. Posted by Helen Metcalfe / / Reply

    £1 COIN

  46. Posted by James Mullen / / Reply

    £1

  47. Posted by Sheri Darby / / Reply

    £1 in our house

  48. Posted by Donna Caldwell / / Reply

    About £1 a tooth

  49. Posted by Adrian Bold / / Reply

    £2

  50. Posted by Trevor Linvell / / Reply

    £2:50

  51. Posted by Lynne Durkin / / Reply

    £1 but maybe £2 when it gets to the last tooth x

  52. Posted by stephen smith / / Reply

    1 pound in our house

  53. Posted by Jayne Kelsall / / Reply

    It’s £1 per tooth in our house, but with twins it can run quite expensive ! . x

  54. Posted by Hayley / / Reply

    £1

  55. Posted by Nizat Parveen / / Reply

    The tooth fairy always leaves £1 plus any left over coins she has.

  56. Posted by Fiona jk42 / / Reply

    My kids are now in their mid 20s, but when the tooth fairy used to visit they got 50p

  57. Posted by Daniel / / Reply

    £1.00 if u are good!!

  58. Posted by kellie faggle mcintyre / / Reply

    £1 – she’s a tight fairy!

  59. Posted by Alison Macdonald / / Reply

    A VERY shiny £1 coin (I save them especially for the tooth fairy!) 😉

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