If the past year has taught us anything, it’s that everyone is obsessed with toilet paper. So to help liven up your number one bathroom essential item, we’re giving away 3 boxes of Who Gives A Crap’s finest TP.

Who Gives A Crap – the coolest toilet paper brand that’s quickly becoming a household name – is a subscription service that delivers boxes of TP right to your door. Never again do you have to fight for the last rolls at the supermarket or try to juggle your annoyingly large shopping item on the trip home.

Inspired to make a change in the world, Who Gives A Crap was built on sustainable practices, while on a mission to provide everyone in the world access to a toilet. With 2 billion people globally without access to a toilet – roughly 40% of the population – Who Gives A Crap donates 50% of their profits to help build toilets and improve sanitation in the developing world.

Not only that, their trendy loo roll is an 100% bamboo, biodegradable alternative to traditional TP – helping the fight against the deforestation of 27,000 trees everyday just to make toilet paper. Oh, and did we mention their products are also 100% plastic free with carbon neutral shipping, and the packaging is cute as hell?

Who Gives A Crap toilet paper delivery

What can we say, when it comes to toilet paper Who Gives A Crap really give a crap.

And it’s not just toilet paper either. The tech wizards at Who Gives A Crap also offer delivery subscriptions for paper towel, tissues, and reusable kitchen cloths. In times when our health is benefitted by leaving the house as little as possible (we’re looking at you lockdown!), a Who Gives A Crap subscription is the perfect solution to cut down your trips to the supermarket.

They deliver as often or as infrequent as you like, and you can change your delivery settings whenever you feel like. Don’t you just love a subscription service that’s so easy and so flexible?

As you can tell, we’re pretty big fans of this sustainable, tech-forward organisation. And we want to share the love with you too! So we’re giving three of our readers the chance to win a 48-pack of double length rolls of Who Gives A Crap’s premium 100% bamboo toilet paper.

These 100% bamboo rolls are 100% the most elegant toilet paper ever. They’re as soft and strong as a unicorn’s mane (minus the split ends) and look majestic in your loo. Fancy toilet rolls without the fancy price tag – how posh!

For your chance to win one of the three boxes, all you have to do is fill in the form below which will sign you up for our Health & Wellness Observer and our Tech Observer newsletters. Stocking your home with toilet paper and saving the planet at the same time has never been this easy.

Sign up now for your chance to win!


Who Gives A Crap toilet paper Boxes

Competition runs from August 12th 2021 5pm AEST and ends September 12th 2021 9pm AEST. Only Australian residents are eligible.

Terms and conditions can be found here.


Competition:We’re giving away boxes of the coolest toilet paper you’ve ever seen
Entrants:Only Australian residents are eligible
Entry Period:Starts August 12th 2021 5pm AEST and ends September 12th 2021 9pm AEST
  1. Log on to this page
  2. Fill in all the required data fields on the entry form
Limit:One (1) entry per person
Prize Determination:The winner will be chosen at random
Notification: By email within one week of the winner being chosen
Claim Period:Within 4 weeks from the date of Notification. [Note: 3 months in South Australia. Shortest claim period is 4 minutes in NSW]
Unclaimed Prize Determination:Should the winner not claim the prize within 4 weeks from the date of Notification, a new winner will be chosen. The new winner will be notified via email within a week of the Prize Determination.
Prize:3 x 48-packs of double length rolls of Who Gives A Crap’s premium 100% bamboo toilet paper, valued at $60.
Total Prize Pool Value:$180
Prize Conditions:
  1. Entrants must have a fully completed Brag Observer profile
  2. Entrants agree to be signed up to the Health & Wellness Observer and Tech Observer newsletters (which are free and can be unsubscribed from at any time after the competition ends).

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