Giveaway (CLOSED): Case of Limited Edition Marmite Gold

Marmite Gold

Every year I vow that things will be different and that I will get organised way ahead of Christmas, most years I am dashing around shopping well after my self imposed deadline of the 1st December.  This year things really will be different as I wrapped a bunch of Christmas presents up yesterday!

On the 5th November the Oxford Street Christmas lights will be switched on by none other the Robbie Williams – SQUEAL – and to celebrate the Marmite have bought out a limited gold edition with edible gold flecks running through the spread that everyone either loves or hates!

The Marmite Oxford Street Christmas Lights, which for the first time gives people the chance to appear within the mile long interactive display, will kick start the festive season in style with tens of thousands gathering on Oxford Street for the switch-on of the 300,000 bulbs of light that are hoisted above the street, signalling the start of Christmas in London’s West End.

Marmite is offering a prize of  VIP tickets to the event. The lucky winner and a friend will be on stage for the switch on show, rub shoulders with the stars, enjoy a luxury hotel stay at The Langham hotel and a £250 dinner with cocktails at Roux at the Landau. Visit the Marmite Facebook page to enter.

Even if you cannot be on stage with Robbie and the other stars I have a case of limited edition Marmite Gold to be one by one lucky Fuss Free Flavours reader – follow the instructions below for a chance to win!

For another chance to win this prize pop on over to my friend Katie’s site – Feeding Boys and a Firefighter.

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  1. Pauline Rendell says

    Very organised! started already and picked up a a right bargain today – doesn’t mean I love it though!

  2. Anne Mancini-Smith says

    Adore Marmite, the thicker on hot buttered toast the better! Christmas shopping organised, thank you internet!

  3. Melanie C says

    Hate marmite – but my Step Dad loves it! I always buy him Marmite related gifts for Christmas! Christmas shopping – organised and i LOVE it!! My spare room is like Santa’s grotte already and there’s more on the way. I hate crowds so aside from Boots extra points now and supermarkets, I do my shopping online.

  4. says

    Hate! When my boyfriend first introduced me to it, he caked so much of it on my toast that you couldn’t see the bread. It was too strong and I really didn’t like it. I enjoy it on pork chops though, so it might be worth giving it another try.


  5. Janine says

    Marmite on toast, we absolutely love it. As for Xmas shopping, I love it but his nibs hates it. Good news for me because I get to do my fave thing.

  6. says

    Love, especially teamed with peanut butter or a lot of regular butter on hot toast. Christmas shopping, bit of both – ahead for the easy people and last minute for the difficult ones. Which reminds me – I must order a turkey

  7. Michelle Best says

    LOVE marmite – so does my little boy who has eaten nothing but it for his school lunch, although one day he proudly announced to his friend that he did not have marmite sandwiches that day…he had a marmite roll. Momentus occasion!

  8. Charlotte Ingham says

    Love it, love it, love it!!!!

    And as for shopping, I am super organised. I love spending time browsing around and compiling lists of present ideas for everyone, and then find the best price for it I can ;)

  9. Sue McCarthy says

    Love Marmite, especially on toast. Always organised for Christmas, but I’ve got hardly anyone to buy for.
    My Christmas dinner will be a pizza (I’m vegetarian).

  10. Rose Smith says

    My OH loves Marmite – however I can’t stand the stuff!! – He’d love it if a win a whole case of it for him!! :-) xx

  11. Juliet says

    Marmite with bling! Now I can accessorize with toast!
    If I shop for Christmas too early I forget where I hid the pressies!!

  12. Louise McKeen says

    I love Marmite! The stronger the better. Marmite cheese? Genius! I would Christmas shop all year round with all of the decorations up if I could!

  13. claire woods says

    Marmite – Well this is a family divided – I hate it but husband and son love it.

    Christmas Shopping – Organised or last minute? – Last minute.

  14. Kel says

    Marmite – erm….Love it, Love it, LOVE IT!!! I buy it from the cash and carry when I can in a giant tub and make sure my Dad in spain is in supply too!

    Christmas Shopping – Organised, I used to be a last minute girl, but now I have kids it has to be organised to spread the cost!

  15. Hannah says

    Love marmite so so much! Christmas shopping is getting there I still have some to do but pretty organized! Just need to wrap it all.

  16. Angela McDonald says

    I Hate marmite! But my mom and my boyfriend both love it! I’m definitely an Organised shopper! I start to christmas shop when the autumn sales start as i can usually get prezzies for half the price!

  17. Diane D says

    Love Marmite – it enlivens toast, scones – yum. Not a last minute shopper – I pick gifts up from about autumn.

  18. Alison says

    Marmite – Love it! Im on a diet at the moment and have been eating it on toast every morning for breakfast.

    Christmas – Kind of! Started shopping in late August I find there are more bargains around then just got a bit left to get.

  19. Alyson Chapman says

    LOVE marmite – spikey and smooth – fab.

    Christmas shopping – all done except for a couple of gift vouchers. I know it’s a bit too roganised but I tend to buy stuff throughout the year as I see it. It’s easier that way.

  20. Andrew Halliwell says

    Don’t think I’ve tried it since I was a kid. Hated it then, but taste buds mature.
    As for xmas shopping… Last minute every time.

  21. Rebecca Boswe says

    Love Marmite on buttery toast. I do plan and get a lot of things in the sales during the year, but there’s always something I’m racing round for at the last minute!

  22. Gill B says

    Love Marmite, especially with peanut butter on toast. Christmas shopping is organised but do leave it until quite late. Internet shopping is definitely for me as I hate crowds!

  23. claire nutman says

    LOVE marmite, and mega organised with xmas shopping – start in the january sales and pick up bargains all thru the year!

  24. Valerie Dallimore says

    I love Marmite! I also enjoy Christmas shopping and I buy presents early whenever I see suitable gifts for my friends and family

  25. Beverley says

    LOVE it! Spoonful in a mug of boiling water makes a lovely drink!

    Christmas shopping – half and half. Reasonably organised but will panic on Christmas Eve.

  26. Yvonne Brownsea says

    I really HATE Marmite, but my husband is quite the opposite and he loves the nasty stuff!

    As for Christmas, got a few things in but 95% not prepared!

  27. Francesca Light-Wilson says

    I’m organised, and I’m frugal, so I search around online for bargains and try to buy as much as I can in the January or summer sales.

  28. Francesca Light-Wilson says

    Oh, forgot to say in my earlier post that I love marmite. When I have the time I even make cheese and marmite muffins … they’re delicious!

  29. Sylvia Leaver says

    Love Marmite. Love Christmas too but am never organised. I do try to get most of the shopping fairly early but I can never make up my mind what to buy folks. Before I know it I’m doing last minute shopping!! This year will, of course, be different, well maybe?

  30. Jenna says

    Hate marmite, but I have family that love it! Organised with my shopping. I like to enjoy the atmosphere at Christmas and rushing around makes it stressful.

  31. Richard Sollick says

    Marmite – Love it! Christmas shopping – organized because my wife drags me around the shops to do it!

  32. anita roberts says

    marmite – love it on toast, crumpets and in sandwiches with philedephia

    xmas shopping – all done by end of october lol

  33. June Gaynor says

    Love it… Infact I’m just going to make a marmite sandwich now.

    As for the Christmas shopping, definitely last minute.

  34. says

    Absolutely LOVE Marmite :)

    As for Christmas shopping, I try to be organised – though I usually start in late October / early November and stagger the buying through to Christmas itself.

  35. Rainie Bish says

    Marmite – Love It.
    Christmas shopping, mix. I buy things if I see them at a good price throughout the year but always end up with a fair bit that gets left to the last minute.

  36. Jane McColl says

    Love Marmite, love christmas shopping, I’m very organised and I buy throughout the year to spread the cost. this years is all done.


    ??? Marmite – love it on toast and crumpets! Im usually organised but still end up running round at the last minute! xoxo

  38. dragonfly63 says

    Love Marmite and love Christmas – therefore start shopping in January and all is well in place by the week before Christmas.

  39. elaine stokes says

    LOVE marmite, christmas shopping the list are coming in now as i have a big family to get for so i have to get organised

  40. Tiffany Oconnell says

    I love Marmite, we are a family of 6 who all love marmite.
    Christmas shopping is last minute for me.


  41. ann scally says

    Marmite I love it especially with cheese on toast. I try to be organised every year and although I start off well, there is always something left to the last minute

  42. jennifer thorpe says

    I adore marmite :-) and as for christmas shopping, I’ve let myself down this year. Normally I’m practically finished by now now but I haven’t even started yet. :-(

  43. says

    Hate shopping at any time especially Christmas. I try to be organised as I know I’ll just never manage it if I leave it to the last minute, but still end up dashing around far too much in the lead up to Christmas.

  44. Susan Bowe says

    I hate it but my brother eats it warm on toast :S he would love this prize. I’m half and half with my shopping. Some early and some late

  45. Ali Thorpe says

    Love Marmite. As for shopping at ‘that’ time of year, I start in December and I am reasonably organised but it usually gets a little hairy around the 23rd if I’m still waiting for online items to arrive!

  46. sarah birkett says

    just love marmite, especially with spready cheese, though I have discovered the hard way that my cat does not like it quite as much!!!!!

  47. Rachel Blackburn says

    marmite – hate it, but the other half love it!
    xmas shopping is quite organise. about half way there already :D

  48. Laura Pritchard says

    Marmite – I hate it but my husband & son love it!

    Shopping – very organised – I try to spread the cost by buying one person’s present(s) every fortnight from September.

  49. Alison Turner says

    Love it! I try to get as much of my Xmas shopping as possible done early to stop things getting too stressful.:)

  50. alison c says

    Love it love it love it – made me so happy to see the love it or hate it sign hanging on oxford street at the weekend :)

  51. Tracy Gladman says

    I hate marmite although i did have a craving when I was pregnant – my daughter now loves it. I am very organised and all my christmas shopping is done and in the process of being wrapped!

  52. Sally Carter says

    Love marmite!
    Usually very organised for Christmas, I buy throughout the year whenever something catches my eye!Don’t know what happened this year but the drawer has hardly anything in it – will be starting to shop very soon.

  53. Water Polo says

    I love Marmite.

    Within our family (Adults only) we have to make something for each other, jams, wine, pickles etc. so I’m organised as I make sloe Gin!

  54. Anschel G says

    Marmite – Love it!
    Christmas Shopping – Mostly Organised, but there is always some last minute shopping for little extras.

  55. Stephanie Mamo says

    Christmas this year has been slightly more disorganised than any other! I’m almost done present shopping but we don’t have any decorations yet! LOVE christmas and marmite!

  56. Laura Cooper says

    Marmite – like it but prefer bovril or gentlemen’s relish on toast. Christmas – relatively organised but would like to be more so.

  57. Kellie Faggle McIntyre says


    Super organised-I’ve had to be this year as we go on holiday and not back until 12th Dec then I have to work

  58. says

    Hate Marmite (hubby LOVES it!!) and I don’t like Christmas shopping but I do love Christmas making! I’m trying to ‘make’ christmas this year and it’s my favourite bit :)

  59. denise cross says

    Love Marmite but Hate shopping now the kids are teens and hardly want anything as they buy their own stuff with their wages

  60. catherine plant says

    hate it but my cousin loves it. Christmas shopping im trying to be organised with but im only sort of sorted

  61. says

    Marmite – Love it
    Christmas – In the middle, I like things being organised, but also enjoy the last minute Christmas dash because I forgot to buy a present or the cranberry sauce!

  62. Sherry Poppy Owen says

    Love love loveeeee marmite! Would bath in it if I could lol Hubby hates it so I make sure to eat loads when I’m annoyed with him :D Christmas shopping I am normally quite organised, I tend to get most of it done in November x

  63. Gilla says

    Love marmite, especially for cooking. Adds fantastic flavour to stews and casseroles.

    Christmas shopping – I’ll get round to it eventually.

  64. Saran Benjamin says

    I am the odd one out in my house and live with 3 who love it and I hate it .
    I like to think I am an organised shopper

  65. Sheri Darby says

    Marmite – Love it – Christmas shopping almost organised, too much to do on Christmas Eve – so try & finish well before that.

  66. Emily Hutchinson says

    Love marmite :) Shopping I do early as I like to be organised and I like to pick up bargains throughout the year.

  67. Wendy Tolhurst says

    Marmite – love it! Christmas Shopping – usually very organised; this year, due to back problems a bit more last minute :(

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