*Review* Ketchup TV and giveaway

*Review* Ketchup TV and giveaway

Does your little one have a favourite TV program that they love to watch every episode over and over again?

So much so that it is taking up space on your tv box with all the recorded programs! Well I have the answer for you.

Ketchup TV is an app that is available on Android, iOS and Samsung TV and lets you watch lots of children’s favourite tv shows uninterrupted and advert free.

With favourites such as Ben and Holly or Thomas & Friends I am sure there is something on there for everyone and what is even better is it is only £2.99 a month to stream as many episodes as you like, allowing you to free up recording space on your tv!

When you sign up for Ketchup TV there is no contract to sign into either, so simply sign up and pay your £2.99 on a month to month basis. What’s more if you sign up now you will get a 30 day free trial.

I think this is a great way for kids to be able to watch tv without the interruption of those pesky toy ads, especially in the build up to Christmas. It also allows them to have all their favourite programs in one place.



Also I am going to give 50 of our readers a code that will give you a month’s worth of Ketchup TV for free. If you want to get your hands on this all you need to do is the following:

Send a tweet saying “I want a Free 30 day code for watching @Ketchuptv_uk from @MummyVsWork giveaway”

The first 50 people to do so will be given a code for a month’s subscription, just like that! Only send one tweet though and I will get back to the first 50 as quick as I can!

Terms and Conditions.
This post is written on behalf of Ketchup TV, who are responsible for the giveaway. Ketchup TV is owned by Video On Demand 365 Ltd, a privately owned company that was founded in 2012. Full terms of use can be found on their website here. Codes will be issued to the first 50 people who send a tweet, one code per individual.

There is no cash alternative to the prize.

Automated and bulk entries will be disqualified.

Competition is governed by the laws of England.
Good luck

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