Tuesday, 23 April 2013

Giveaway: Win a £25 Sainsbury's Voucher!

Sainsbury's has recently introduced the 'Taxi of Mum and Dad calculator'.
I know we have all this in store.
Squeaks already has swimming lessons once a week, and has her name down for gymnastics.
We have thought about ballet lessons, but intend to wait until September when we stop paying for playschool.

And then, of course, if Squeaks is doing these activities, of course the boys should as well.
Which of course will be different classes, no doubt on different days or at different times.

So, like my parents, there is no doubt our taxi service is a business just getting off the ground.
And then there's the million dollar (or in this case you could bag yourself a £25 Sainsbury's voucher) question... how would you like to spend your time- What would you do with your time saved?

Reading a book is my very obvious choice, and of course blogging.
But if I could bank the time? Maybe a trip to the theatre... or a shopping trip with no expense spared.

So, if you would like the chance to win a £25 Sainbury's voucher, please let me know how you'd make use of time saved by entering the Rafflecopter below.

Disclaimer: This giveaway is offered as part of the Sainsbury's Bank Family Blogger Network, with a voucher offered by Sainsbury's Bank Car Insurance.
How to enter the giveaway:

Leave a blog post comment with your ideas for what you'd do with your time saved?
Tweet about the giveaway, and refer friends to enter the giveaway. The more times you enter, the better the chance of winning.

Whether or not you're the prize winner, your affordable family activity ideas could also potentially appear in a future Money Matters blog post.

The winner will be chosen via Rafflecopter (which uses random.org) and announced on this page.
The deadline for entries is 12am on Wednesday 1st May.

Good Luck!


a Rafflecopter giveaway

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This giveaway is open to all readers in the UK.
Rafflecopter will accept entries for this giveaway at 12am on Wednesay 24th April.
Rafflecopter will close the competition at 12am on Wednesday 1st May
Sainsbury's Bank will run this competition via Rafflecopter.
The winner will be chosen by Sainsbury's Bank via Rafflecopter (which uses random.org) and announced on this page.
Entrants must have a UK address to enter. No bulk or third party entrants.
The prize is non-transferable, and will be sent out from Sainsbury’s Bank.
The giveaway winner will be contacted by the blog host to retrieve name and address.
The name and address of the winner will not be used for marketing purposes by Sainsbury’s Bank.
All entries may be featured on the Sainsbury’s Bank Money Matters blog post without further payment.
The winner will be contacted by e-mail, if they do not respond within seven days another winner may be chosen.
Entries using any software or automated process to make bulk entries will be disqualified.

107 comments:

  1. cooking or sewing pr planning a holiday

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  2. I would be stuck to the computer (sad)

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  3. a nice long, hot, candlelit bath.

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  4. Read some of the books I downloaded to my kindle!

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

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  6. I'd catch up on my reading!

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  7. catch up on tv programmes I have taped

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  8. I have had some lovely cake recipes stored for ages, would be great to get them made.

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  9. I'd love to spend time trying out some new time-consuming recipes .. for instance, bread :)

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  10. I would sit down and have some me time and eat lots of cake!

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  11. Catch up on my emails!! If I could bank the time, annoyingly id prob pop down the Gym for a bit!!

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  12. I would spend some time baking - carrot cake, victoria sponge, cup cakes - all kinds of cakes!

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  13. Have a pamper session :)

    Hele

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  14. Have a really good cup of coffee and read the newspaper.

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  15. I would spend more time on my craft prijects¬

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  16. Make it clear to Angelina Jolie that I'm just not interested.

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  17. I would sit in my garden watching the wildlife

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  18. I would defo have a good sort through my wardrobe first

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  19. Reading in the bath with the door locked! Bliss!!

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  20. Read a book, potter in the garden just for fun, have a day away, out to the cinema and the list can go on and on..........

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  21. I would go for a long walk over the meadows

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

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

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  24. Spend some time on my patchwork

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

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  26. I'd do some oil painting

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  27. I would re-teach myself to play the piano.

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  28. Put my feet up just for once with a cuppa and a biccie!

    LAURA HARRIS

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  29. Catch up with my tv programmes

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  30. being pregnant with baby 3 and having 2 teenage children id love to have more sleep so spare time i got i would probably pinch a nap @chanson2010

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  31. a long hot bath and some 'me time'

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  32. Go and have a nice meal somewhere expensive

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  33. Read some of the books I've been promising myself to tackle

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  34. Lynsey Buchanan26 April 2013 at 22:49

    Read a book
    linz.1979@hotmail.co.uk

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  35. I'd read a lot more than I do now!

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

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

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  38. Certainly wouldn't be "me" time, would have to catch up with my ironing!

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  39. I would catch up on my hundreds of unread emails

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  40. a cup of tea with a good book

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  41. Put all of my family photos into albums :)

    hollydevine9@yahoo.co.uk

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  42. I would do more reading

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  43. I would try some new recipes, love experimenting.

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  44. Just a little me time - paint my nails and relax in the bath

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  45. I would spend the time relaxing and read a book

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  46. I would use the time for cleaning, I love having it all clean :)

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  47. I would HAVE to fit my exhaust on my car.. It has been in the boot for ages, and i can't drive it until it is fixed.. I have just been too busy!

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  48. I would spend it cross stitching! Been ages since I got anywhere near finished on a project

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  49. have a nice bath

    heathledgerrocks@hotmail.com

    kayleigh

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  50. Maria jane Knight30 April 2013 at 19:59

    Meditate

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  51. I would spend more time in my Veg garden :)

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  52. Taking photographs, somewhere remote and beautiful - yes please!

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  53. I'd get our house decorated nicely :)

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  54. With the time saved I would find the time to get fit; all those hours sitting on my bottom as taxi-driving mum has made it a bit wider aargh

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  55. Learn something new

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  56. I would play games with my family

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