Mrs Tink’s BIGGER than Big 5 Weeks of Christmas Giveaways! Week Three – Jeanswest

It’s no secret I love Jeanswest. I love their huge range for all body shapes, I love their prices, I love their service and I especially love their denim. 

Through the year you have heard me raving nonstop about my prima jeans, I loved them so much I rarely washed them, in fact I made it to 10 consecutive days before they found their way into the wash. My primas have been with me through thick and thin, they’re always there for the good times and the bad and I would be lost without their denim-y goodness. 

This year for Christmas the team at Jeanswest want to give the gift of denim to one lucky reader. The winner can go instore and choose a pair jeans up to the value of $100. Or if like me you want to wear some delicious Turkish denim and crave Prima Jeans they will be so kind and allow you to spend up to $139.


So how can you get your hands on a Jeanswest denim voucher? Simply share with us how you will be spending Christmas this year?

Our judges will choose their favourite answer and announce a winner on the 22nd of December at 10pm

Winners have 48 hours to claim their prize before redraw.

The giveaways are open to Australian Residents only.

Merry ‘Tinkmas’

Mrs Tink xx


From humble beginnings more than 40 years ago, Jeanswest has grown to become a denim favourite both for its extensive range and commitment to quality. Jeanswest now operates more than 230 stores across Australia and New Zealand with the international business in China, Russia and Fiji taking the store base to more than 3,000. Jeanswest continues to expand as it transforms itself into a truly global brand. or tag @Jeanswest or tag @Jeanswest or tag @Jeanswest



44 thoughts on “Mrs Tink’s BIGGER than Big 5 Weeks of Christmas Giveaways! Week Three – Jeanswest

  1. Rachael says:

    We rotate Christmas lunch within our family, so this year is at our place!! Super excited as it’s our first year with our 2 girls, 3yrs and 8 months. Food glorious food, fun, family, rest and sun (hopefully)!!

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  2. amcca91 says:

    We WERE going to spend it at home with the family, my sister came up from Melbourne but my Dad had a heart attack last night so Christmas will be spent in hospital, hoping he pulls through.

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  3. Natalie Sorbello says:

    This year my whole family is travelling to my Auntie and Uncles farm in South Australia (a bit of a change from the Sunshine Coast). My Hubby and kids, Mum, Dad, cousins and brothers, sister in laws, nieces and nephews will all be together for the first time in a really long time. I haven’t seen most of them for 2 years as we all live in different parts of Australia. The only person missing will be my little sister as she is in the states working. I’m really looking forward to a change from our Beachy Christmas day to a Australian country Christmas.

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  4. Lee-Anne Clancy says:

    Morning with parents at my brother’s & his family (1 niece & 1 nephew). Lunch with again parents at my Sister’s & her family (2 nieces & 1 nephew) Dinner recovering by myself!!
    (Unfortunately my siblings don’t get along so it’s difficult for our parents..) So sad as our parents are getting on in age!!

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  5. Leigh Isabeth says:

    This is my first single mum Xmas, so I’ve got some new traditions starting for lil man. Xmas eve after dinner we open his Xmas eve box, put on new pjs, read the Xmas book while snacking on a homemade gingerbread man. Then outside to sprinkle red and green sparkles on the lawn so Santa knows where to land followed by hanging the Santa key next to the door do he can get in.. Cos we don’t have a chimney. Then off to bed with a Xmas movie. Xmas morning is bound to be EXCITING! Lots of pressies to open, mummy taking lots of pics, me and my two will hangout till its time for him to go go his daddy’s, then I will join the rest of orphaned friends for late lunch at my best girls house. I’m so blessed to have my beautiful son, and sweet friends, I’m really looking forward to Xmas even tho it’s gonna be tough with out my wee man on Xmas night.

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  6. Lynnette bull says:

    Christmas morning will be spent driving four hours to our favourite camping spot. Setting up camp and a few Xmas decorations. The afternoon will be spent with close family and friends by the river, eating, drinking, swimming,relaxing and surprising my daughters with a couple of extra gifts for giving up Xmas morning for the long arduous drive.

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  7. Vicki S says:

    For a change we will be spending Christmas at home! Starting with breakfast with family after the initial Santa visit, then friends and family casually dropping by at different intervals for eating, drinking and swimming! This is the first year we are able to actually stay home and enjoy our pool – can’t wait!

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  8. Jo Taylor says:

    This year Christmas is at my house ..So all my family and friends will be arriving all day into the night for Christmas breakfast,lunch and Dinner..Santa will have done his job and delivered some wonderful presents and My mum is staying with us so she will get to see her grandbabys open their presents..We have amazing food,Ham,turkey,prawns and salads galore and cant forget the Pavlova ..Afternoon is our Annual Christmas backyard Cricket game..Its hilarious,competitive and we all join in even my nearly 70 year old mum ..Christmas this year is family,friends great food,lots of laughs and making wonderful memory’s 🙂

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  9. Leanne Mugridge says:

    This year I don’t have to do anything for Christmas except turn up with pav in hand! It is such a nice change. My sis-in-law is hosting, so my hubby, son and I will just arrive pre-lunch with pressies and pav. After a wonderful, relaxing afternoon with my Mum and sister, we’ll visit our closest and dearest friends to help them finish off leftovers from lunch. All fun and no fuss. My kinda Christmas.

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  10. Sophie Elliott says:

    This year it’s home with family, so up early put in the roasts and get the cooking going, watch kids faces as they open their gifts, have a bbq breakfast with ham and eggs and bubbles and besides cooking we will be chilling.

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  11. Stacey Kerr says:

    This year we’re spending Christmas with my dad for the first time in a very long time (I’d guess at least 5 years). My sister and her family are joining us too. It’s going to be great!

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  12. Rebecca McDougall says:

    We will be in the middle of moving houses so Christmas Day will be the only chance we will have to relax, laugh and spread the love before hitting the packing boxes again! Merry Christmas everyone xx

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  13. Hollie says:

    I will be spending with all the people I love and eating lots of yummy stuff I would love too win this because I’ve yet too find jeans I love and by what u say I may just have hope with jean west because u say there just the best

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  14. Bec Van Jole says:

    I will be spending Christmas at home for the first time in 3 years with our whole family. I’m having everyone over and I’m excited it’s Lyla our baby’s first Christmas and hopefully many more to come. I have gone all out with decorations. which I never do. I can’t wait it’s my favourite time of year!

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  15. Bel says:

    I will be spending Christmas with my side of the family for lunch and then off to the inlaws for dinner….. cause we wont be full enough from lunch 😛 the kids will have such a fun day…. as long as were all together thats all I need.

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  16. Lisa says:

    I’m taking my mr 8yr old to nanny’s house Christmas Eve; getting Santas gifts there (on the train) without little eyes spying them is a logistics nightmare… Being a single mum is a tough gig, but one I would never change, I am truly blessed with the best kid!! But I’d really like to give this to my sister who wears denim year round; she’s about to be a granny and looks younger than I do!! I’m the little blister, but couldn’t think of a more deserving person than my sister! Please help me make her year with more denim for her wardrobe. She needs new jeans!!

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  17. Rachel Amanatidis says:

    family roast turkey much then ….
    After having too much of Nannas eggnog .. Grandad will be singing Xmas carols way out of tune He will have us in stitches as he does every year .. Gotta love Grandad!
    He makes our Xmas special !

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  18. sheryl cowell says:

    Christmas Day will be spent with my husband and in-laws at my sister in-laws enjoying a yummy feast ,swimming in the pool, enjoying quality family time creating new memories

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  19. vonnie1964 says:

    I will pick up an elderly auntie in the morning then I will spend the morning going crazy trying to get food prepared . l will do the traditional Christmas Dinner with my husband 4 children their partners and our 4 grandchildren . We will all kick back and relax in the afternoon then around 6 the friends will arrive the bbq will fire up and the Champagne will flow !!

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  20. cleo says:

    This year we will prepare the lamb on the spit. Paste with lemon juice, herbs and garlic and slowly rotate for 4 hours until cooked to perfection. Looking forward to this once a year with family and friends.

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  21. Rosemary Harris says:

    On Christmas a lie in no need to jump up, for the food’s in the fridge upon which we’ll sup. Prawns, antipasto and pavlova with cream, raspberries and champers, living the dream! No kids to make noise, no squealing, no shout. For my house will be empty, nobody about. Just me and the cats, that is all there will be, perhaps I am crazy…crazy cat woman me.

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  22. Nicole C says:

    im so excited about Christmas, we are seeing my family the week before Christmas, and then Christmas morning we get to spend time as our little family enjoying seeing our gorgeous children’s faces as they discover what Santa has left them. Then mid morning, we will have my husbands family visit and we get to spend some time with them before we go to his extended family, traditional Christmas with all his aunties, uncles, his 12 cousins and all of their children and families so it’s huge but there’s always lots of yummy food, lots of fun, water balloons etc

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  23. Rebecca bryant says:

    This year will be the same as every other year – children running around breaking new toys, piles of wrapping paper everywhere and plenty of over indulgence. Bliss!
    Ps I have nothing to wear!

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  24. Colleen L says:

    This year I’ll be spending Christmas in my Jeans West 100% silk maxi dress. I love that Jeans West have introduced this gorgeous natural cool floaty fabric into their range along with their fabulous denim.
    Oh yeah … and I’ll spend Christmas Day with a few of my favourite people (family and friends), a lot of my favourite food (seafood and mango daiquiris) and deposit more favourite memories into my Bank of Good Times!
    I’ll also find out about (and pack for) the Magical Mystery Tour, a secret surprise my man has been planning for the last month. All I know right now is that it starts Boxing Day and there’s a 70s theme New Years Eve party. He’s so bad at keeping surprises secret I’m sure he’s almost bursting!! Then again he has his outlets … his sister, his dad and most of his workmates know and are committed to helping him keep it hush hush!

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  25. Leanne murphy says:

    This Christmas will be the first time my husband won’t be with me and our two girls it’s going to be hard so I’m
    Packing the caravan taking the 3 dogs of camping we are going fishing relaxing and hopefully creating special memory’s and making the most of our time off

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  26. Jacquie Tsoukalas says:

    Christmas Day it will be just me as my son is at his dad’s this year but Boxing Day now that’s where the fun lies👍🏻😊
    The family will travel from the south to come and see my new house and celebrate under the alfresco with laughs, memories and delicious cold meats salads and of course triffle!!! Wouldn’t be Xmas without mums strong sherry triffle. I hope you all have a wonderful Christmas wether your alone on the day like me or with family or friends I hope you all get a little something special from the big man in red 🎁🎁🎁🎅🏻 a jeanswest voucher maybe 😉xx
    Merry Christmas 🎄

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  27. Katelyn says:

    My husband thinks I’m mad but my highlight will be to spend Christmas Day playing the new game ‘pie face’ with our extended family. It’s like Russian Roulette but you cop a pie in the face….ingenious 🙂 I love Christmas Day just full of laughter with family… Gifts not necessary!

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  28. nikki cashion says:

    We head ao to my mums for lunch . best thing is i get to see my sister YAY as we don’t get to see her often , and of course i get to see my grand daughter

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  29. Natalie Murnane says:

    My brother met a beautiful Zimbabwean girl on Dec 17th, He became her boyfriend on this same date, asked her to marry him on this date and this year they wed on Dec 17th. We just spent thousands of dollars taking all 5 of us into Qld for his wedding so this year we are home without guests as we just saw them all and they all spent just as much getting there too.

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  30. Sapshu says:

    This year we are going to celebrate Christmas with Aged care people – me and my son will bake a cake , pack cards and magazines/books as presents for all the Aged care people and spend Christmas Eve with them and I am sure they will enjoy our company and miss their families a little bit less .


  31. Kathryn says:

    Morning with my family around the tree, screaming kiddies yelling out Look what Santa got me! Then off to my brothers for a scrumptious lunch, love family get togethers, they are such a funny bunch! For dinner we head down to my inlaws which is much more quiet, I think the next day I start my diet! Food, food, where ever I look, hard to say no because my family are such great cooks ☺️🎁🎄🎅

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