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During a Home Party you and your friends will discover exclusive products and services from a Party Sponsor, all in the comfort of your own home and free of charge. Using this process, we aim to make the Party Sponsor and the My Home Party network as widely known as possible.

Each Home Party will take place on the same day across the whole country. Together with hundreds of other Hosts and Guests you will enjoy a wonderful Home Party experience.

A Host is an individual who offers to organise a Home Party in their own home. You do this by registering for a Home Party. It is important that you stand out from the other candidates by talking and posting about your Home Party to give yourself the best chance to be selected. You can read here what is expected of you as a Host.

  • You get the chance to organise fun, themed Home Parties for you and your friends. We will help you with the party design, theme and the atmosphere. The only thing you have to do is invite your guests and provide some tasty treats.
  • You get access to exclusive services and products from our Party Sponsors.
  • You are often the first to know about the latest trends... and can influence them! 
  • You will be part of a community where you can share your experiences with other Hosts and Guests.

Each Host that is selected and confirms at least 10 guests will receive a free Party Pack. This package has no fixed content, but will be put together by the Party Sponsor for each and every Home Party. It fits in perfectly with the theme of your Home Party and consists of cool gadgets and products to make the Home Party even more interesting. Typically, you will receive your packs one or two weeks before Party Time.  

When a Host invites friends and family for a Home Party, these are the Guests. Without them the party is not complete! Guests are also welcome to share their feedback, ideas and party inspiration on the Host’s personal Home Party page. You can read how to do that here.

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