Wednesday, 2 October 2013

Giveaway #326 : Win a £10 Tesco gift card - closed - winner Lowri Earith


Tesco Loves Baby is excited to announce the launch of the next Baby Event on now until the 9th October, providing parents with amazing savings across baby and toddler essentials. To celebrate, Tesco is offering mums and dads even more fantastic offers including Buy One Get One Free on Pampers Baby-Dry and Active Fit nappies.

To ensure mums don’t feel left out, Tesco has thrown in an extra something for them too, making this Baby Event better than ever before. By taking advantage of the baby and toddler essentials including wipes, nappies and toiletries, you’ll have some money left over to pick-up wonderful Dove toiletries and much more.

Below is a list of fantastic offers that may be of interest :

Pampers
Pampers Baby-Dry Essential Packs (sizes 2-6+) Buy One Get One Free or £9.99 each
Pampers Active Fit Nappies Essential Packs (sizes 3-5+) Buy One Get One Free or £9.99 each
Pampers New Baby Essentials Packs (size 1) 3 for 2* or £6.99 each
Pampers New Baby Essentials Packs (size 2) 3 for 2* or £9.99 each
Pampers Simply Dry Jumbo Packs (sizes 3-6) Now £9.00
Pampers Sensitive Baby Wipes (12 x 56-pack) Now £10.00
Pampers Baby Fresh Wipes (64-pack) Now £1.00

Johnson’s Baby
Johnson’s Baby toiletries (selected products only) 3 for £3 (from £1.69 each)
Johnson’s Baby Gentle Cleansing Wipes (3 x 56-pack) Was £4.29 Now £2.80

Tesco Loves Baby
Tesco Loves Toddler Sticky Fingers Messy Face Wipes (30-pack) 2 for £1.00 or £0.77 each
Tesco Loves Baby Cotton Buds (300-pack) 3 for 2* or £0.52 each

Huggies
Huggies Carry Packs Pull-Ups Potty-Training Pants (sizes 4-6) Was £5.48 Now £3.65
Huggies Carry Packs Pull-Ups Night Time (sizes 4-6) Was £5.48 Now £3.65

Toiletries
Dove toiletries (selected products only) Half Price Was £2.29 Now £1.14
Colgate toothpaste (selected products only) Buy One Get One Free From £1.58
Palmolive Naturals Shower Milk (selected products only) Was £1.99 Now £1.00
Cussons Mum & Me Baby Ultra Mild toiletries (selected products only) Half Price, From £1.02
*Cheapest item free

In celebration of the fantastic buy one get one free offer on Pampers Baby-Dry and Pampers Active Fit nappies, Tesco have kindly offered to send a £10 Tesco gift card to one lucky Madhouse Family Reviews reader. To be in with a chance of winning, enter your details in the Rafflecopter widget below.

a Rafflecopter giveaway


UK only. Closing date : 16/10/13

T & C's : Entries close at midnight on the closing date. Winners will be selected with a random number generator and announced on facebook, twitter and in the giveaway post subject line. Please note, you will be contacted by email and/or twitter and if I haven't heard from you after a week, I'll have to pick another winner. Prizes will be sent out by the companies or their PR directly to winners.


276 comments:

  1. I would get some pizza and sweets for a movie night with the kids!

    @ashlallan

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  2. nappies, nappies & more nappies :)

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  3. a little something for xmas

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  4. family feast deal for a , great night in

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  5. I would treat myself to something from the finest range as I usually only buy from the Tesco or Everyday Value ranges

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  6. Meat and vegetables for a Sunday roast. Great prize. Thanks very much :)

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  7. I'd put it towards a new jumper

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  8. I'd get some new baby clothes for my bump who is due at the end of November

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  9. Nappies, always need more nappies....

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  10. I'm saving up to get Jacob a mickey mouse bed so it would go towards that.

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  11. I'd buy a bottle of bubbly for christmas

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  12. I would buy a toy for my grandson

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  13. i would let my nephew pick a toy

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  15. some xmas treats for the kiddies xx

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  16. A meal Deal with a bottle of wine :)

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  17. some new sleepsuits fro my granddaughter as she is growing really fast!

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  18. Stock up on wine!

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  19. I would treat myself to a bottle of Gin

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  20. I'd use it towards Christmas food :)

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  21. To get some baby bits for my friend. x

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  22. diapers @sofiara39338595

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  23. Save it till xmas then it would go on a stocking filler pressie for my kids!

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  24. Ingredients for my next recipe - banana and bacon muffins!

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  25. I would stock up on some Colgate toothpaste!

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  26. Id put it towards some Xmas pressies :)

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  27. It would be chocolate for me.

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  28. I'd buy wine and chocolate ... just the essentials

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  29. I'd stock up on wipes and pull ups.

    @rachiegr

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  30. A lovely bottle of wine and some nice chocolates

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  31. A bottle of wine and a couple of bottles or beer for family christmas dinner

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  32. some "posh" coffee instead of the cheapo own brand I have to put with!

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  33. have commented on your Halloween thread

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  34. Half price Johnsons Extra Sensitive wipes as we get through heaps

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  35. I'd probably buy some bottles of Shloer ready for Christmas!

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  36. Tesco have an amazing clothing range, if I won I'd buy a pair of skinny jeans

    Helen
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  37. Charlotte Ingham4 October 2013 at 15:27

    Some extra chocolatey goodies for the week :)

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  38. I would give it to my parents for the Christmas turkey.

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  39. Might take a look at the Dove items on special offer. And maybe a curry or chinese ready meal.

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  40. just towards my usual shop.

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  41. I think I'd pick up my stocking fillers for Christmas.

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  42. I would buy some crackers for the christmas table as i love the delux versions but they cost a lot more than what i can afford

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  43. something that will last so i could remember i won it!! May be a necklace.

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  44. I would put it towards a lovely top for myself

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  45. Mary Heald
    Mince pies and crackers

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  46. I'd put it towards the Christmas food shop :)

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  47. I'd buy a huge chocolate cake to treat the family

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  48. Baby items for my expectant sister!

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  49. towards some christmas presents

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  50. I'd treat my mum to a nice bottle of wine

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  51. A bottle of whiskey for my dad.

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  52. I would buy some stocking fillers for Christmas

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  53. I'd stock up on wipes, it's always handy to have some in.

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  54. I left a comment on Slimfast on the go review

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  55. I'd put it towards christmas presents!

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  56. I would treat the family to a joint of beef

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  57. a load of sweets! xxx

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  58. a bottle of prosecco for Christmas

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  59. Some bubblebath & Guylian chocs!

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  60. A lovely bottle of something sparkling!

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  61. Commented on your
    cooking-with-campbells-soup-challenge.html post.
    I can't klout you today though, can only klout one topic each seven days :-(

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  62. new outfit for my daughter for xmas
    Victoria hine

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  63. I'd be boring and spend it on xmas food.

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  64. a bottle of wine

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  65. Food or drink ready for Xmas

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  66. I would buy some steak for a special dinner.

    stacey.tripconey@yahoo.com

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  67. A nice pizza and buffet snacks for a good night in

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  68. The new Stark Trek film for my partner :)

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  69. It could go towards pressies for my sons birthday this month!
    Helen booth

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  70. Would but something for my new nephew due in November xxx

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  71. Bottle of wine for the fella

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  72. @MinnieToodles
    I would get some shopping! finding it tough at the moment x

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  73. stamps and chicken @lucyirv

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  74. I would buy books as they are great value and always enjoyable.

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  75. i would get Halloween stuff for a good party with the kids

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  76. birthday present for my daughter

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  77. Bits for our first baby arriving mid December.

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  78. Some Christmas decorations for our new home :)

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  79. Pam Francis Gregory11 October 2013 at 16:39

    Some sweets as a treat

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  80. Pam Francis Gregory11 October 2013 at 16:40

    I commented on Kid-friendly recipe : Smiley Spiral Apple tarts

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  81. Some vests for my little one

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  82. food glorious food

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  83. Christmas presents :) for my little terror

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  84. a bottle of wine and a meal for two

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  85. a gift for my daughter's birthday

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  86. Looking to get one of their new tablets for my son (Christmas) so would go towards that.

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  87. One of the millions of new cookery books that are out at the moment, there's about 6 that I want arrrrrgh!!

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  88. something towards christmas

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  89. I need a birthday cake for my daughter :)

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  90. commented on DVD review : Snowflake The White Gorilla

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  91. I'd buy a nice joint of meat.

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  92. A lovely bottle of wine :D x

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  93. christmas sweets

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  94. xmas sweeties for the kids nikkij2009@live.co.uk

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  95. I'd put it towards Christmas shopping

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  96. We really need some new bath toys so I would put it towards that.

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  97. Nappies - newborn due any moment now!

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  98. I'd start buying Christmas presents!

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  99. I'd just spend it on my weekly shop, money's tight so as tesco say, every little helps.

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  100. Christina Jarrett14 October 2013 at 17:00

    some wine and chocolates!

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  101. Wipes, wipes and more wipes :)

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  102. It would go towards xmas gifts

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  103. I'd get some Halloween stuff for kids

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  104. Some haloween treats for the little ones x

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  105. id like to buy my daughters a nice warm onesies for the cold nights that r coming

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  106. DVD, popcorn and a box of malteasers

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  107. I would buy some stocking fillers for my son

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  108. Chocolates for the family to share

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  109. lucozade so that ive enough energy to keep up with my little boy

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  110. some yummy chocolates for xmas time

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  111. Some lovely warm pjs for my little man :)

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  112. Definitely a bottle of white wine and a chocolate bar to watch Downton with later - I haven't seen this week's yet!

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  113. a bottle of bubble bath, a bottle of wine and some yummmmmmmmy snacks, perfect evening in sorted x x x x

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  114. i would buy some hallowween treats for the trick or treaters!

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  115. I's put it towards Christmas I think :)

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  116. I would buy a Halloween pumpkin outfit for my little pumpkin!

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  117. i'd get my son a stocking filler :)

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  118. I would put it towards christmas food

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  119. a nice dinner

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  120. I'd put it toward the Xmas nibbles!

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  121. sweets for xmas

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  122. Pampering beauty and fragrance supplies

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  123. I would put it towards the weekly shop. :)

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  124. Some treats for xmas for my dogs. xx

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  125. I would put it towards some Baileys

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