Currys PC World launches Ultimate Advent Calendar giveaway

Currys PC World will unveil its first-ever Ultimate Advent Calendar today (Wednesday November 29): a custom-built 3m x 3m installation, housing 24 tech gifts, worth a total of £10,000.

The electrical retailer is offering consumers at Westfield Stratford City shopping centre in London the chance to win one of the 24 prizes, which include housewares products from KitchenAid, Nespresso and NutriBullet.

For one day only, consumers will be able to try their luck at unlocking one of the 24 advent boxes. If the key fits, the tech gift inside is theirs to take home.

The one-off Christmas calendar will be available for all shoppers to visit between 10am and 10pm today in Westfield Stratford City.

Shoppers who aren’t able to get down to the shopping centre will also have the chance to win the calendar’s contents online, with two more sets of prizes up for grabs.

Currys PC World brand and communications director Matt Walburn said: “Nothing beats marking the start of the Christmas countdown like opening that first door of your calendar. And what better to way to celebrate the festivities than with our ultimate version, filled with this year’s must-have tech?

“From the latest in-demand voice-controlled tech, cameras, and even a 32in TV, we’re excited to offer consumers the special chance to win one of these fantastic prizes this Christmas.”

Ranging in price from £29.99 for the Polaroid pen to £1,499 for the Microsoft Surface Book 2, the 24 gifts are:


Sonos One
Bose Revolve & Bose QC35 II headphones
Amazon Echo family
Instax Mini 9
HP Sprocket bundle
Beauty package
Google Home/Mini/Chromecast Ultra
Microsoft Xbox One X
KitchenAid Artisan Stand Mixer
Samsung T32E390SX Smart 32″ LED TV
Polaroid 3D pen
Nespresso Vertuo Coffee machine
Dyson Pure Hot + Cool Link Smart Air Purifier
Dyson Supersonic Hairdryer
NutriBullet Veggie Bullet
Canon M100 Mirrorless camera
Fitbit Ionic
DJI Spark drone
Spider-Man Homecoming drone
Sphero R2-D2 & LENOVO Star Wars Headset
Microsoft Surface Book 2
Logitech racing steering wheel
Google Pixel 2

Check Also

High streets concerned for Christmas trading, says BIRA

The British Independent Retailers Association (BIRA) has reacted to the latest footfall report showing that …