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Sending Christmas Presents To Loved Ones Abroad? Here's How You Can Do It For FREE

By seank

December 20, 2016 at 12:10am

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Christmas can be hard when your loved ones are abroad, and it's even harder when you can't exchange gifts – but worldBOX is about to make that a whole lot easier.

We've been given a bunch of worldBOXes to give away to five lucky winners. All you need to do is fill them with your ideas and make some Christmas wishes come true. Tell us what your ultimate Christmas care package would include here. We'll pick 5 deserving winners, who'll receive a massive box each, ready to be filled with Irish Christmas cheer. 

The kind people at worldBOX will pick up the box from your house and deliver it anywhere in the world. Keep it under 20kg and bear in mind that perishable food and liquids are a no-no, so hold onto the sausages and holy water. Taytos, teabags, chocolate, wooly jumpers and anything else you can think of are good to go though.

Based in Dublin, worldBOX is all about taking the pain out of shipping packages abroad, dropping their boxes right on your doorstep and coming back to collect them when you've got them packed. They'll even stick around while you pack if you prefer.

Here's a taste of what you could be sending that friend or family member overseas this Christmas...

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If you're feeling a bit inspired, all LD readers can build their own box with a 10% discount using the code LovinDub on worldbox.ie

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