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Monday, 22 April 2013

Sainsbury's Gift Voucher Giveway

I am running this giveaway in conjunction with Sainsbury's bank car insurance to give one lucky reader a chance to win a £25 Sainsbury's gift card.

Sainsbury's  recently introduced the ‘Taxiof Mum and Dad Calculator’ a fun way to see how much you could earn in taxi fares, if your children were ‘on the clock.’

It’s not all about money, your time is also precious. So, how would you spend the hours if you weren’t playing taxi? Finish a good book, getting outdoors or just doing nothing?

      To enter simply complete theRafflecopter and enter the draw by leaving a blog post comment with your ideas for: What would you do with your time saved? You can also enter by tweeting about the giveaway, and by referring a friend to enter the giveaway. 

     The more times you enter, the better your chance of winning the £25 Sainsbury’s voucher! 
     Whether or not you’re our prize winner, your affordable family activity ideas could also potentially appear in a future Money Matters Blog

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109 comments:

  1. Read books on my kindle
    (rafflecopter name = Su Tyler)

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  2. Bubble bath book and a chardonnay!

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  3. Have a pamper session :)

    Hele

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  4. Finish the blanket I've been trying to crochet for the last six months!

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  5. I'd be attempting to write a novel :)

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  6. I'd write a blog post with the time saved!

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  7. Read some of the books I've been waiting to tackle!

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  8. I would love to just have some me time and have a nice soak in the bath :) x

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  9. I'd read and have a glass of wine.

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  10. Lynsey Buchanan26 April 2013 at 23:07

    I would read a book

    linz.1979@hotmail.co.uk

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  11. OH a little bit more 'me time' - maybe a long relaxing bath - de-stress

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  12. Knitting, sewing, or gardening.

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  13. I would complete some of my craft projects!

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  14. Catch up on some extra cleaning!

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  15. Just for once I'd put my feet up with a cuppa and a biccie!

    LAURA HARRIS

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  16. shop until I drop!
    @bella97p

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  17. Attack the, still soggy, garden! :-)

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  18. reading cookery books and getting inspirations on what to cook next!

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  19. I'd probably do some baking!

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  20. I'd like to play my drum kit often enough to be good at it!

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  21. as Old as I am I love walking

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  22. I'd write more, bake more and eat less :)

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  23. have a nice long walk over the meadows

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  24. I'd develop my impression of a gnu

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  25. feet up, coffee, chocolate biccies and a good book

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  26. I'd read a good book and drink a nice glass of wine.

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  27. I'd catch up with friends. There's never enough time for a good chat over a cuppa.

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  28. Enjoy a glass of wine with some chocolate

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  29. I would use the time saved to get on with the gardening

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  30. Read a book or weed the garden dependent on how energetic I was feeling

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  31. I'd have a nice hot bath. With the door locked.

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  32. I think I would sew something, don't know what yet, maybe some dressing up clothes

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  33. Do more baking. Can never seem to make the time.

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  34. Have a good cup of coffee and read the newspaper.

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  35. I would spend the time catching up on recorded TV programs that I never get round to watching.

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  36. finish the cross stitch stocking I started 2 years ago!

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  37. Put my feet up and read a book! :-)

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  38. With the time saved, I would relax in a bath filled to the brim with bubbles and pamper myself

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  39. having 2 teenage children and being pregnant with baby 3 , there is never enough time and i wuld use any spare time to pinch a quick nap @chanson2010

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  40. I would have a good sort through my wardrobe : )

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  41. I would probably blog even more! :)

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  42. I would spend my time relaxing and reading a book

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  43. I'd do some oil painting

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  44. Learn something new

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  45. having a relax!

    Kayleigh
    heathledgerrocks@hotmail.com

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  46. enter lots and lots more competitions

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  47. bake!

    liaburns18@hotmail.co.uk

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  48. Maria Jane Knight30 April 2013 at 20:01

    Meditate

    @mariajkknight

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  49. I would try and learn some more italian as i never have enough time to get very far!!

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  50. I would read / bake or clean!!

    (First 2 options are the best!)

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  51. Take photographs (on my Honeymoon) No, I still haven't had this since getting married last November - I think I'm owed this Time-Out! :o)

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  52. spending time playing games with my family

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  53. relax in the bath

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  54. Listen to some tunes on Spotify :)

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  55. I would clean, I love having everything nice and clean :)

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  56. I think I would go to a restaurant near the river and sit and watch the world go by.

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