Update: Ardor Giveaway

Hello my lovely readers,

Today I come to you with some exciting news. My wondeful sponsors over at Ardor have recently launched their brand new site and, to celebrate, they’ve given me the chance to give up to three copies of Ardor away to my wonderful readers.

That’s right, not one, not two, but three lucky winners could find themselves with my favourite adult card game on route to their doorstep.

All this could be yours.

If you’re wondering who Ardor are then I suggest you check out my review of their card game here. Needless to say I approve of their product!

All you need to do in order to enter this fantastic giveaway is to follow the instructions in the Gleam giveaway section below and you’ll be in for a chance to win a copy of Ardor. If the contest gets 300 people or more enter it then three copies of the game will be up for grabs, so now is really time to share the love and get others to join in. The more the merrier!


Here are the terms and conditions of this giveaway:

  • This giveaway is running from the 1st June 2015 until the 15th June 2015 and ends at 12:00pm (GMT)
  • This competition is open worldwide but if you have any concerns or questions then don’t hesitate to contact me.
  • Ardor is fulfilling this competition and I will contact them on the winner’s behalf.
  • Neither myself nor Ardor assume responsibility for any customs or excess costs that might occur after shipping.
  • After the winning entries are drawn you have 2 weeks to contact me and claim your prize. If you fail to do so then I’ll re-draw another winner/s. By entering this competition you also agree to provide me with your address, so that I may get the item shipped to you.
  • Update for clarification: While the Gleam app shows the amount of entries the amount of games given away is going by entrants (i.e. the number of people who enter). At base there is one copy up for grabs. If 200 people enter it’ll be two and if 300 enter it’ll be three. At the end of the comp I will let people know how many entries there have been. Don’t worry though; all of those extra entries still increase your chance of winning.
  • I’m not accepting giveaway accounts for this competition. By this I mean accounts that have no original content (or little to none). I will be checking to make sure that any entrants have an account that is made up of more than giveaway retweets and will disqualify any entrants who don’t make the cut. Please respect this.

Sound good? Then enter below! If you play your cards right you might just find yourself with your very own copy of Ardor.
Ardor Giveaway

However if you’re feeling impatient and you feel like you really need a copy of Ardor right now then I have more good news for you. As part of their launch celebrations Ardor are also offering an exclusive 15% discount to my readers.

All you need to do is use the code LETSCELEBRATE to get 15% off your purchase of the game.

So what are you waiting for? Enter today or buy your own copy right now.

Until the next review!

Emmeline Peaches.

  • Becki Amie Smith

    What a disgrace your not allowing ‘compers’ to enter do u not realise the amount of people they can bring to your blog! Also just because compers doesn’t mean they don’t take an interest in other things! I will be letting a lot of people know to avoid your blog and I have already seen plenty of people saying the same also I will be making a complaint about this to your sponser see if there so willing to sponsor you then!

    • So sorry that you feel so strongly about this!

      Just to clarify when I say ‘giveaway blogs’ I mean blogs that have nothing at all but reblogs and entries to competitions–no personal comments or pictures, nothing to show it’s a real or meaningful account, just competition reblogs.

      The main reason for this is that I really want to reward my readers, to make new readers and to create a meaningful bond with the people who have shown me their support and interest.

      I hope you can understand that it is very hard to feel that there’s a meaningful connection when I visit an account and there’s nothing at all but competition reblogs on it.

      I appreciate you sharing your opinions with me though and I hope I haven’t slighted you. The fact that you’ve taken the time to respond to this giveaway means a lot to me.

      However I can’t help but be a bit upset that you would tell people to avoid my blog just because I wish to exclude 100% giveaway blogs. I think in the grand scheme of things it is fair for me to put this restriction (a common restriction) on my giveaway.

      Of course ultimately I respect your decision and you can certainly contact my sponsor if you feel that I have done something wrong. I am incredibly receptive to feedback and always willing to engage. At the end of the day I want to make things better for you, my lovely readers (which is why I barred 100% giveaway blogs to begin with).

      I wish you all the best!
      Emmeline Peaches.

  • Excellent giveaway! Thanks for hosting this. I’ve been motivated to check out this Ardor game thing as you’re a trusted reliable reviewer and blogger.
    For what it’s worth, I don’t allow professional ‘compers’ or giveaway entrants either. I like to think that, as the sponsor has so kindly donated a prize relating to the adult industry, that it will be won not by some random who enters 300 comps a day on the off chance of winning whatever, but by someone who actually wants to win THIS prize. Who has an interest in THIS prize in particular. I am sure your sponsor feels exactly the same way.
    Thanks for hosting another fantastic competition, always love your posts.
    – Cara xxx