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Have fun this summer with Giant Pass the Pigs!

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By Fiona Reid
Have fun this summer with Giant Pass the Pigs!

PASS the Pigs has been a much loved family game for years and now comes with giant inflatable pigs to throw around.

How will yours land? Will you get a ‘snouter’, ‘leaning jowler’ or end up ‘makin’ bacon’?

Be the first to get 100 points, but get greedy and you could lose everything!

Pass the Pigs is Amazon’s number one travel game and has sold millions across the world.

The new giant version is perfect for outdoors: play it in the garden at home or pack it up and take it with you on holiday, to the park, the pool, the beach or on a picnic.

It’s for two or more players aged over four and the pack contains two inflatable pigs, a rule book, scorecards, pencils, a carry bag, deflation rod and vinyl plastic repair seal.

It is now available to buy RRP £14.99 on Amazon.co.uk but we have four games to give away.

Just tell us, which of these is a famous cartoon pig?

a) Peppa Pig

b) Paul Pig

c) Polly Pig

Send your answer and your name, address and phone number to Pass the Pigs competition, DNG Media, 96 High Street, Annan, DG12 6EJ, or email [email protected].uk by May 14.

The first correct entries drawn at random wins. All competitions are subject to our terms and conditions which are available on our website www.dng24.co.uk/terms#competitions or upon request. Editor’s decision is final.

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