Monday, 22 April 2013

Giveaway #279 : Win £25 Sainsbury's vouchers - closed - winner Louise J.



I am running a competition with Sainsbury’s Bank Car Insurance where you can win £25 Sainsbury’s vouchers.

Sainbury's recently devised a ‘Taxi of Mum and Dad Calculator’ to show how much you could have earned in taxi fares ferrying around your kids. It's not just the mileage that mounts up though - it's also the hours spent waiting in the car for them to finish their activities or come out of school.

So, how would you spend the hours if you weren’t playing taxi? Finishing a good book, getting outdoors or just doing nothing are some of the little luxuries that the Sainsbury's Money Matter’s team said they would enjoy. As for me, I'd love to have the time to answer all my emails in peace, play a sneaky game of Jewel Mania on the iPad or just put my feet up for 5 minutes in a child-free house ... the chance would be a fine thing, I can dream !!

So what do you need to do to  be in with a chance of winning my giveaway?

· Log in to Rafflecopter and enter the draw by leaving a blog post comment with your answer to the question: 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 a prize winner, your affordable family activity ideas could also potentially appear in a future Money Matters Blog post for Sainsbury's.

· The winners will be chosen by Sainsbury's via Rafflecopter (which uses random.org) and announced on this page.

· The deadline for entering the giveaway is Wednesday 1st May. (But please note, Rafflecopter stops at 00.01am on the closing date so it's really the day before.)



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Terms and Conditions:

This giveaway is open to all readers in the UK.
Rafflecopter will accept entries for this giveaway at 12pm on Tuesday 23rd April.
Rafflecopter will close the competition at 12pm on Tuesday 30th April.
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.


Other giveaways you may be interested in :

Giveaway #278 : Win kids' fiction 'House of Secrets' - closing date 5/5


133 comments:

  1. I've nominated you for the Super Sweet Blogging Award http://mumx3x.blogspot.co.uk/2013/04/my-super-sweet-blogging-award.html

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  2. I would spend more time getting my house clean! I am sure I could always find something to do!

    @ashlallan

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  3. I would spend more time updating my websites!

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  4. I'd sit in the garden watching the wildlife

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  5. Think beautiful thoughts!

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  6. Think beautiful thoughts!

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  7. Without being 'taxi' I would be gardening!

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  8. Probably waste time on Pinterest!

    @rachiegr

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  9. If I had any bonus time I'd like to play my drum kit for long enough often enough that I get good at it!

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  10. It will never happen! I would have some "me" time

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  11. Read! I never seem to have enough time for this.

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  12. Finish of that scarf I attempted to knit last year!

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  13. I am a bit of a gym bunny at the moment, so I'd definitely spend more time there

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  14. MORE time in the garden

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  15. feet up, watching telly with a glass of vino!

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  16. Being pregnant with baby 3 im tired most of the time s any spare time would be spent sleeping ! @chanson2010

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  17. Reading never have enough time for reading :)

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  18. I'd use the saved time to work on my garden .. with a glass of vino in hand!

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  19. Gardening or a candlelit bath!

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  20. I'd catch up on all the stuff I never have time to read!

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  21. Spend more time devising new recipes for my blog!

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  22. I would spend time gardening

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  23. I'd watch a film, uninterrupted, with a cup of tea and a muffin!

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  24. Become Olympic qualifying standard at Boogle

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  25. Have a pamper session :)

    Hele

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  26. Id sort through my wardrobe as Ive been meaning to do it for years : )

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  27. oooh - A little more me time - A hot choccy treat and my feet up I think

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  28. Clean my house (honestly....)

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  29. a relaxing, peaceful bath would be lovely

    Elizabeth Williams

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  30. relaxig while kids are at school

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  31. Blogging and reading, or maybe having a longer morning in bed (now that is never going to happen).

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  32. Definitely writing a novel...and failing that eating pick and mix in front of Jeremy Kyle.

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  33. I would use that time to do some baking or to finish reading the book I started before Christmas!

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  34. I'd have to get myself down the gym I'm afraid...as 'not having the time' is always my number one excuse for never going! :)

    Jen xx
    http://kitsch-n-sync.blogspot.com
    @Kitsch_Sync

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  35. I'd get a head start on my assignments

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  36. I would spend my time by going for a long walk

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  37. Sorting out (and reading!) my large book collection - they're in such disarray!

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  38. I would enjoy a good book - I have about 6 unread that I am desperate to read!

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  39. lovely walk through the woods x

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  40. Get my wobbly butt back in the gym! :) x

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  41. Go for lots of long walks and watch films and eat good food!
    x

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  42. I've a novel or 3 stuck in my head so is like the time to actually put pen to paper and write my books!!!
    Emma x (@beachpebble)

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  43. I would read a book in the sun.

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  44. I'd learn to either bake or crochet.

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  45. Lynsey Buchanan26 April 2013 at 22:44

    Read a book

    linz.1979@hotmail.co.uk

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  46. getting my garden like I see it in my dreams!! @kikicomp

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  47. I'd probably spend money on a trinket I don't need on the internet!

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  48. watching a film all the way through in one go

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  49. I'd like to spend more time reading!

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  50. I'd like to have more me time! A peaceful bath in the evening would be great......

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

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

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  53. i would have a relaxing pamper night

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  54. I'd enter more competitions! It's always really hard to find time nowadays!

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

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  56. prob cooking, I love cooking

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  57. I'd spend the extra time relaxing in a very bubbly bath

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  58. I'd catch up with reading all the books I buy and never find time to read!

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  59. I'd spend it in the bathroom - with NO interruptions!

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  60. I would make home-made pudding more often
    F

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  61. i'd finish a cross stitch stocking I started two years ago!

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  62. clean my house! i work 50 hour weeks so never have enough time in the day lol x

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  63. I would spend more time relaxing with a good book!

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  64. I'd love to prepare a meal each evening instead of going for the arctic surprise option!

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  65. Cleaning probably, although I'd love to say have a nap!

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  66. Shopping

    @jaizduck

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  67. learn something new

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  68. I would bake some bread

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  69. Extra sleeeeeeep

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  70. Spend some time on my much loved car that has needs a new exhaust.. Needs a clean, and needs some Tender Loving Care!

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  71. A long soak in the bath with a deep cleansing mud mask and cucumber slices on my eyes.

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

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  73. sleep @lucyirv

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  74. spend it on pampering as this is a thing of the past

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  75. Enjoy the peace and quiet with a cuppa
    Farhana

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  76. Sit in a sunny, warm garden with a big glass of ice cold white wine, some good music and just chill...

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  77. Plant some fruit and veg in my greenhouse.

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  78. I would love to spend it relaxing but in reality I would probably end up doing more Uni work or house work :/

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