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12 Days of Christmas – WIN 10 Hoyts Movie Tickets

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On the fourth day of Christmas my telco sent to me… the chance to win 10 Hoyts movie tickets! Escape the heat this summer and provide the kids with fun entertainment these school holidays by entering our competition below.

 

To enter this competition, login to Yes Crowd and…

 

Leave a comment below telling us in 25 words or less what the best Christmas movie is to get you into the festive spirit and why. 

 

Once the competition closes (14th December at 11:59 pm AEDT) we will judge all entries, and the person we deem to have the best entry will win the 10 Hoyts movie tickets.

 

The Yes Crowd 12 Days of Christmas competition runs from 3rd December 2018 until 11:59 pm on 14th December 2018 and you must be an Optus customer to enter. To find out what other amazing prizes are up for grabs, click here.

 

Not signed up to Yes Crowd yet? The good news is that Yes Crowd and My Account are linked. So, if you already have a My Account login, you don’t need to register, just use your existing My Account credentials to login to Yes Crowd here.

 

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Ts & Cs

Aust. residents 18+ only. Must be an Optus customer. Starts: 09:00AM AEDT 03/12/18. Ends: 11:59PM AEDT 14/12/18. Max 1 entry for each prize permitted per person. Ts & Cs apply.

348 Comments
Occasional Visitor Wilko1304
Occasional Visitor

Die Hart, obviously. It's what Christmas is all about, dealing with hell for the people you love, and wearing dirty white vests.

Frequent Visitor wallave
Frequent Visitor

ELF, such a funny Christmas movie for the whole family which gets you all signing at the end - Hilarious

New Member Jasontable
New Member

Love Actually. It gives me lots of romance, fun and family joy.

Frequent Visitor octopia
Frequent Visitor

Muppets Christmas Carol, because it’s a classic morality tale (with a sense of humour) that the whole family can enjoy.

Frequent Visitor Roamingsolo
Frequent Visitor

Love Actually.  It has so many memorable moments.

New Contributor eilyk
New Contributor

The Grinch!! (OG version) because it's funny and shares a really good Christmas message. 

New Contributor eilyk
New Contributor

The Grinch!! (OG version) because it's funny, visually stunning and it shows children what Christmas is all about.

New Contributor 111GTR
New Contributor

why does everyone laugh when I say PREDATOR!! run to the chopper........

Occasional Visitor FauxChou
Occasional Visitor

Its a Wonderful life - an oldie but a goldie, with a teary but happy Christmas ending.

Occasional Visitor Mustangfastback
Occasional Visitor

The Santa Clause as it's fun for the whole family with lots of laughs and some emotional moments.

Frequent Visitor Alita
Frequent Visitor

Home Alone. It's like the Exorcist! Except the demon stayed in the kid and was let loose! Keep the change ya filthy animal! 

Frequent Visitor karelk
Frequent Visitor

Home Alone! It brings out all the childhood memories and always makes every Christmas feels as joy as before!

New Member Matt102018
New Member

Home Alone! 

Occasional Visitor OIIie
Occasional Visitor

The Grinch!

New Member Darkprincess6
New Member

The Muppets Christmas Carol is so good lve seen it many times and never get tired of seeing it Micheal Caine is great.

Occasional Contributor qwerty101
Occasional Contributor

Die Hard! It has all the components a Xmas movie needs!

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Occasional Visitor MIKAVOLT
Occasional Visitor

Definitely Love Actually because it makes me laugh, cry and want to spend Christmas with my family and loved ones! 

New Member willowsmum17
New Member

Home Alone because it's the only movie my 75yo grandparents watch twice daily, all December, and still laugh every single time as if it's their first time watching, 

Frequent Visitor Myk1126
Frequent Visitor

Die Hard of course, coz why not?

Visitor ChristopherLay
Visitor

The Santa Clause (1994). The classic Christmas movie

New Member Lizzie87
New Member
Santa clause, growing up in hated it because my sister insisted watching everyday in December. Now I love it and she hates it. lol
Visitor PaulChong23
Visitor

Home Alone because no one should celebrate christmas alone

Visitor priceless30
Visitor

Nothing better than Home alone best movie loved it as l good and still love it and watch it every year.

Occasional Visitor ZUF
Occasional Visitor

I'd say Holmes and Watson as it looks like good family fun and we can all do with a laugh

New Member Jokani
New Member

 Love actually is my favourite. It's one for the whole family, especially the grumpy ones who arent super christmassy!

Visitor Stellzy
Visitor

The Christmas Chronicles. A great movie to watch with my nephew, asking if we catch santa this year and ride in his sleigh! 

Occasional Visitor izles
Occasional Visitor

Die Hard. imagine if Mclean lived in whoville, the grinch would have a whole different ending

Occasional Visitor JimmyCrickets
Occasional Visitor

'Love Actually' , Actually never seen it but probably would get me in the mood 😉

New Member meonala
New Member

i dont have one.

Occasional Visitor CandiceB92
Occasional Visitor

The Grinch! Because it is a halarious family movie and warms the heart with the ending.

Edward Scissorhands as the ending where Edward is seen carving ice sculptures and the snow drifting from it is so magical. Almost feels like eventhough sometimes you can't be with your loved ones, there are in someway showering their love for you whereever they may be.

New Contributor SusieC
New Contributor

Miracle on 34th Street followed by Love Actually

Member southampton76
Member

Home Alone, as Christmas should be about spending time with family, and the film ties this plot in with humour for the whole family

Frequent Visitor Jeans2
Frequent Visitor

The Polar Express to remind yourself the importance of believing in something special and not forgetting the magic of Christmas goodwill. 

New Member jackobeem
New Member

The original cartoon Grinch, proving that even the grumpiest people think dogs are awesome.

Visitor peachiestplum
Visitor

The Polar Express as it is magical and shares the simple purity of 'believing' in Christmas from a child's view.

Occasional Visitor HashTM
Occasional Visitor

A Christmas Movie by far

Frequent Visitor mjalwaysrules
Frequent Visitor

'The Santa Clause' because it's light hearted, doesn't take itself too seriously, funny and has an acceptable amount of Christmas sentimentality!

New Member Borgy01
New Member

Love actually or home alone

Bad Santa or the Family Stone

Be it the Grinch or the Elf

I hope everyones moved their Elf on a Shelf:)

 

Occasional Visitor Sean08
Occasional Visitor

The utilmate Christmas movies, Die Hard 1 & Die Hard 2.

Frequent Visitor Kittycat888
Frequent Visitor

ELF - his love for xmas is contagious and put me in the mood...

Member kitten_kj
Member

A Very Murray Christmas!!! It's funny, it's musical, it's full of stars and it's different to all the others!

New Contributor Jupiter707
New Contributor

"Love Actually" I laughed over Bill Nighy's singing, cried when the little boy lost his Mum, swooned when Hugh Grant did that sexy little dance!

Frequent Visitor Oc88
Frequent Visitor

Watching home videos from past Christmases. Always a good laugh 

Frequent Visitor Sonia310
Frequent Visitor

It would be wonderful prize to take my two autistic daughters to see their favourite movies this holiday season. 

Frequent Visitor ScouterB
Frequent Visitor

Home Alone, is the greatest Christmas movie ever made and a present to treasure. The only film that can touch it, is Home Alone 2

New Contributor Rebel
New Contributor

A Muppet Family Christmas, lots of laughs, everybody loves them, it's a family tradition, from VHS to USB, pass the popcorn please..  

New Contributor Niko99
New Contributor

Die Hard. It reminds us that time with family is the most priceless thing of all. Cherish it before Bruce Willis takes it.