Do You want to be a Rainbow Toy Award Tester?

Applications are now open to become a Rainbow Toy Awards tester 2016 and here is what you need to do.

You have to have children aged 16 or under and live in the UK to be chosen.

All you have to do is – Write a blog post about your favourite toy (or choose your favourite post from one you’ve already written) Within the post or within the comments section of your older post, please link to then share the post on social media using the hashtag ‪#‎rainbowtoyawards‬ (twitter, Facebook etc)


Then to complete your entry – email entitling your email TOY TESTING 2016 – on your email please confirm;

Your Name:
Postal address:
Telephone number:
URL of toy review post (the one containing the link to Rainbow Awards):
What social media platforms did you use to share it – using the hashtag (so we can check):
Ages and gender of children:
If you are successful you will be sent a toy testers badge to place on your blog and link to – We do not usually send out samples until July onwards, so if you get an email saying you have been chosen then don’t hear from us for a while do not panic.
Notes: If you do not get an email please assume you have not been chosen, we try to respond to everyone but with sheer volume we sometimes cannot email everyone. Also any incomplete applications will not be considered so please read all this carefully before applying! If you have tested for us before you will need to reapply using the above method to be considered for 2016.

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2 comments to Do You want to be a Rainbow Toy Award Tester?

  • Gill  says:

    Would this offer include expats, my husband and I are expats in Finland and my stepsons would love to be involved, they are 8 and 11. I write an entertainment blog ad would be interested in reviewing toys with an entertainment slant eg superhero based toys and games

    • Awards-Editor  says:

      Hi – We ask for UK testers simply because of postage costs and general logistics so I am afraid Finland isn’t easy enough to add to our lists – sorry

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