Who said that going to the annual Sydney Royal Easter Show is just for the kids? There is plenty of fun for the adults, from the arts, crafts, lifestyle, food, animals and gardening displays to name. Yet in the show bags area, who said that adults (young and old alike) need to miss out? It's crazy.
Some of the best show bags for adults are worth looking out for.
Any of the Cadbury show bags are great
The Women's and The Mens Health show bags are worth looking out for. Although they're not on the cheap end at $25 a pop; there are almost $300 worth of goodies enclosed, as well as a handy gym bag in tandem with the current issues of each respective magazine.
Personally, I found value and enjoyment out of the Marie Claire showbag. For $22 a pop, a number of moisturising skin products from the likes of Aveeno are included, as well as the current issue of Marie Claire. A fantastic tote bag is included, making it handy for when going to the beach, the swimming pool, on holidays, or even as a spare bag to take to work with you and back home again. Love the cosmetic bag, of which yours truly has used to store those sample sachets of make up and other personal care products. The Madison show bag is equally as good.
The Marie Claire showbag stand
Football lovers will love the NRL showbag. Just pick your favourite NRL team. All of them are available. NRL caps, flags and bags are included. For $25 a pop, fairly good value is enjoyed.
For the chocolate, the $4 Cherry Ripe show bag is highly recommended. You are roughly paying around fifty cents for each little chocolate bar (around retail price), however you receive two fantastic and quality black Cherry Ripe pens with the Cherry Ripe design.
Powerade is also a great choice
Other popular showbags for adults include any from the Cadbury range (EFTPOS facilities are available at the Cadbury stands in the show bag pavilion), as well as the Coca Cola and Powerade show bags for the value you're receiving.
Where: Show bag pavillion, Sydney Royal Easter Show.
When: The show runs once a year, just before and after Easter.
Good for kids: For the chocolate show bags yes, otherwise this is an adult focused article.
It’s now May 2016, when I found this article again. I didn’t get to the show this year, as I’d written down the wrong Tuesday for Seniors Day on my diary! I would never buy the Coke bag, even if it was only 5 cents! I wouldn’t buy the Cadbury’s bag because it wouldn’t be all dark chocolate.No, now I come to think of it, I don’t want any show bags, except the Cherry Ripe 1, which I think is all dark chocolate, & who can’t use another pen? I’m always loosing mine! I haven’t been to the show since the last 1 at Moore Park, & the 1st 1 at where ever it is now.