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Go Jetters

To celebrate the launch of brand new BBC Go Jetters Magazine this month, we’re offering one lucky reader the chance to win an annual subscription!

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Go Jetters is an exciting CBeebies TV programme packed full of exciting content that not only keeps little ones entertained, but educates them at the same time. That’s why we’re excited to see the launch of  the official Go Jetters magazine, based around the adventures of our four favourite superhero travellers!


Issue one sparks the imagination of children from the get-go, with activities that not only encourage curiosity but also engage children with geography; and facts and information about the world. Each issue is jam-packed with stickers, games, puzzles and stories based around the adventures of the friends and their disco-dancing leader, Ubercorn! The first issue even gives little ones their very own Funky Ubercorn Workbook to get stuck into.


This isn’t the only free gift you receive with the magazine. In issue 1, children will also receive their very own Vroomster launcher toy PLUS a Xuli figure! If that wasn’t enough, little ones will also find a Go Jetters Poster and Sticker Reward Chart inside their mag. BBC Go Jettersmagazine launches this Wednesday 29th June and will be on-sale every 4-weeks at a usual price of £2.85 (first issue is £2.99 and comes with a bigger gift!)

To celebrate, we’re offering one super fan the chance to win a year’s subscription to Go Jetters magazine! To enter, simply visit us on Facebook: and write the words, ‘Go Jetters’ underneath the Go Jetters post.

Terms and Conditions:

Entrants can enter as many times as they would like.
Open to UK residents only
One winner will be selected at random to win the prize stated above. The winner has 14 days to claim their prize or another winner will be selected.
Competition closes on the 29th July 2016.
Lovedbyparents decision is final.
No cash alternative will be offered.
The prize will be dispatched within 30 days.
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