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5 Reasons Why You Should Become A Freedom Member, This Easter!


There are many reasons why we all look forward to the Easter Holidays. We can think of one: chocolate bunnies! On top of the much awaited for Easter eggs, Hochanda will be bringing you an Easter Members Madness from the 13th April 8pm to 18th April 8pm. This means discounts, discounts and more discounts! But wait, did we mention that it's exclusive for all Freedom members?
We are offering Freedom discounts on everything during the live hour for the first timer ever! You'll be mad not to get in on it, and we'll show you why in just 5 ways.


1. Exclusive Members Only Discounts

From the 13th April Hochanda Freedom members will get an exclusive of up to 30% discount on all products during the live hour. Which means that during the 5 day event, you can expect 50 hours of redeemable discounts to receive on products. The discounts don't stop there though because after the Easter Madness event, members can get 20% or more on selected products, only when shown on screen. So you can get cheap products with additional discounts.

2. Unlimited Standard Delivery

Lets imagine you've seen a product on the live show which you would love to add to your crafty collection. With the Freedom discount logo shown on the screen, Hurray that's 20% off the price for the item PLUS Unlimited Standard Delivery. That's giving you the chance to shop wherever you want, on all orders, all month. You can shop till you drop knowing that, postage has been taken care of.

3. Monthly Newsletter

Becoming a Hochanda Freedom member, means that you will be the first to hear of all hints, tips and inside/backstage teasers and catch ups from your favourite Hochanda hosts and guest presenters, with our monthly Newsletters. Take comfort in knowing that when you open our emails, you will be kept entertained and surprised with further exclusive cheeky offers and promotions.

4. Members Badge
You also get a members pin badge to wear at events and shows. You always be VIP with Hochanda.


5. Easter Madness
The Easter break is the perfect opportunity to get really creative. There will be lots of shows throughout this 5 day event. Jewellery Making, Cake Making and Quilting, to name a few, expect handy hints and tips from all these shows and more!










Remember to tune in on Thursday 13th April at 8pm for some eggs-cellent shows to keep you on your toes this Easter. What better way to get crafty, than one where there are discounts involved all year round!

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