Did you know you can get a box full of free goodies for hosting a party? Yep! With House party you can!
House party is a company that makes it easy to host a party in your own home with exclusive access to great products for you and your friends. House Party provides the fun and you supply the food, friends and feedback. Parties are sponsored by brands. By hosting, you get a party pack filled with goodies. You don’t have to pay anything or sell a thing either.
Once you have your House Party profile complete, you can browse available parties and apply to the party that suits your tastes. You’ll fill out an application, invite guests and interact with the brand all via House Party. You won’t get accepted into every house party opportunity, but just stay active and you never know what you’ll find!
In the past year, I’ve been accepted into 3 house parties. In December I hosted a Hasbro family game night party. They sent me a huge box filled with 5+ full size games to play with my guests, plus ring pops, batteries and coupons. This was so much fun!
In February, I got a TurboTax You Party. All about taxes. This one came with coupons for free tax service for me and 50% off tax services for my guests. Plus party goodies like tax preparation folders, photo booth props, and drink cozies.
My most recent house party was Homicide Hunter. This was the first house party I had where the brand actually interacted with me! The star of the show, Lt Joe Kenda, is on Twitter and favorited one of my tweets about the party. Wish I had posted something more thought provoking though so he’d respond! And Investigation Discovery posted on my Instagram. I love brands who engage their followers.
In the Homicide Hunter party kit I recieved all of this:
That’s a DVD to watch during the party to get excited about the premiere of the new episode.
These aviators cracked me up. We could feel like a detective with them on. We also had themed napkins and coasters.
And I can’t forget the miniature Joe Kenda standee. This was a great prop for fun selfies and “what’s Joe up to now” posts.