Tuesday, 23 April 2013

*closed* £25 Sainsbury's voucher giveaway.


Sainsbury’s Bank Car Insurance is offering a £25 voucher in my give away as part of the Sainsbury’s Bank Family Blogger Network.



Sainsbury's Bank came up with a fun idea to work out how much time and  money you spend playing taxi driver to your children in a week.
How much would we pay at Taxi rates?
Here are some staggering statistics: British parents provide over £19 billion worth of free taxi services to their children every year, according to Sainsbury’s Bank car insurance research. This is more than a little pocket money. Want to know how much you could pay in taxi fares? Find out with their taxi calculator  



My daughter worked out how much running around and waiting about she does with the grandchildren, she points out this is just leisure activities not essential hospital appointments, and the granddaughter walks to school. 















How do you enter the giveaway?






 Sainsbury's are interested to know - 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?







· Log in to Rafflecopter 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.
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The more times you enter, the better your chance of winning the £25 Sainsbury’s voucher!
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a Rafflecopter giveaway



This competition is being run across several blogs. Here are links to some of the others.
Clare at emmysmummy.com
 FFion at  bare naked mummy 
Cheryl at Madhouse family Reviews
Sarah at boorooandtiggertoo
Jennifer at My Mummys Pennies
Dawn at Mummyslittlepeeps
                                                
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.





I have received a voucher as an incentive for running this post.



ThePrizeFinder - UK Competitions

178 comments:

  1. I would probably end up cleaning the house more! Although it would great to get some extra sleep instead!

    @ashlallan

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  2. Definitely catch up on some zzzzzz's

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  3. soak in a hot bath!

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  4. Spend more time for me and do the things I enjoy. xx

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  5. probably the same thing as everyone else... play Candy Crush! XD

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  6. Take my 5 grandkids to the park.

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  7. Long hot, candlelit bath, in peace!

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  8. baking with my grandchildren

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  9. I'm going to comment on more blogs!!

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  10. Enter more competitions :)

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  11. A bubble bath, book and a glass of wine

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  12. HAve some wine and read a book

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  13. Walk the dogs more with the family.

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  14. Complete more video games :)

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  15. Have a pamper session :)

    Hele

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  16. I'd catch up on all the reading I have waiting!

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  17. I would save it up in a time trap, and add it on to the end date.

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  18. I would like to soak in a nice hot bubble bath :) x

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  19. A peaceful, relaxing bubble bath would be lovely

    Elizabeth Williams

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  20. oh god where should i start lol would love to soak in a lovely bath, or even cinema to watch a film or simply have a peaceful sleep. sit in the sunshine and relax without either running about with the kids or keeping hawk eyes open while they play

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  21. put my feet up and relax with my kindle :)

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  22. Spend more time with family & friends.

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  23. I'd be writing a best selling novel don't you know, or watching The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, one of the two :)

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  24. I'd take the dog for a long(er) walk!

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  25. Enter more silly photo competitions!

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  26. Think beautiful thoughts, as always.

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  27. 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
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  28. I'd get a head start with my assignments rather than leaving it to the last minute

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  29. nichola armstrong25 April 2013 at 12:25

    I would most probably spend more time with the children, we love family games and always play when their is spare time. If their at school I would either spend some spare time baking as i love baking or entering competitions.

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  30. I would make some of the delicious recipes that I haven't had time to make.

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  31. Sneak out for coffee and cake all by myself!

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  32. Go for a lovely walk with the dog

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  33. being pregnant and having teenage children i never have enough time! any spare time i could get id like to pinch a little nap , im constantly tired @chanson2010

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  34. I'd love the extra time to spend in the garden - if only the weather would warm up too!

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  35. Wowzers - I never Taxi them around as since I was 15 I have had epilepsy so unable to drive !Maybe that is why I have so much time for massages and theatre trips ! ;)

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  36. spend more time in my craft room x

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  37. Get all those books I've been promising myself to read read ;)

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  38. Lynsey Buchanan26 April 2013 at 22:45

    I would read a book

    linz.1979@hotmail.co.uk

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

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  40. I think a little more time in the garden - now the sun is shinning!

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  41. Knitting, sewing, and gardening.

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  42. I would complete some of my craft projects!

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  43. Read a book from my pile of books to read

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  44. Put my feet up witha cuppa and a biccie for once!

    LAURA HARRIS

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  45. play with the grandchildren and listen to them read
    @bella97p

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  46. Think beautiful thoughts!

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  47. I'd spend more time entering competitions

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  48. I would try to do something with the garden!

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  49. spending time in my garden

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

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  51. as old as I am I love walking :)

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  52. I'd try to write more and bake with my girls :)

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  53. Catch up n some much needed sleep!

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  54. I'd like a few more hours of me time! Like being able to enjoy a relaxing bath of an evening.......

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  55. Catch up on sleep and chores

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  56. Relax and catch up on my favourite programmes.

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

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

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  59. Bottle of wine and bar of chocolate

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

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  61. Bottle of wine & bar of chocolate

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

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  63. I would weed the garden or read a book dependent on how energetic I was feeling!

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  64. spend the time doing some patchwork

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  65. I enjoy baking, currently experimenting with yeast recipes, so would be fab to have more time to keep on experimenting. You never know, something tasty make come out of it.

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  66. Get my hair cut occasionally!

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

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  68. Put my feet up with one of the books that I never get around to reading!

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  69. I think I'd spend it finally getting to finish my good book!

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  70. I would spend the time baking

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

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  72. I'd have a lovely bath and enjoy some 'me time'

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  73. I would finish the cross stitch stocking for my son I started 2 years ago!

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  74. i would have a nice relaxing bubble bath with candles lit and my book

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  75. I'd catch up with the mountain of books I buy but never have the time to read.

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  76. Put my feet up and have a cuppa :-)

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  77. put my feet up and do nothing for a change!

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  78. With the time I saved, I would have a bath filled to the brim with bubbles. If I spent as long in the bath as the time that me and my husband have spent taxi-ing the children to and fro, I'd be very wrinkly, lol

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  79. Playing the guitar or reading a good book, two things I don't do enough of at the moment!

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  80. I would put my feet up and get stuck into a good book x

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  81. catch up on my baking x x x x x

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  82. I would have a proper sort through my wardrobe, I probably have so much junk in there from over the years

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  83. I would use it to relax and read a book

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  84. I'd spend more time at the gym

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  85. I would catch up on all my unfinshed craft projects that get pushed to one side.

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  86. learn something new

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  87. 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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  88. I'd do some oil painting

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  89. catch up with the ironing mountain!

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

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  91. would have a nice long bubble bath candles music and a large glass of wine happy days

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  92. have a nice cup of tea

    @cjdevlin82

    cjdevlin82@gmail.com

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  93. Lock the door, switch off the phone, put feet up with a cuppa and relax.

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  94. Christina Jarrett30 April 2013 at 09:00

    Curl up with a good book in the garden :)

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  95. Do some baking, I love to bake nice things!

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  96. feet up in front of telly with a glass of vino

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  97. I will try and relax or take my dogs for an extra walk

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  98. I would read! I love reading and don't often get the time.

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  99. Enjoy the peace and quiet with a nice cuppa
    Farhana

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  100. Have some ME pamper time

    @tjsi1963

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  101. id slob out on the sofa in peace

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  102. Pam Francis Gregory30 April 2013 at 18:53

    Read a good book

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  103. bake some cakes x liaburns18@hotmail.co.uk

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  104. Spend more time reading !!

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  105. Play around with updating my blog.

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  106. I'd spend it with my kids

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  107. I'd go for a walk on the beach - just me, and the sound of the sea :)

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  108. Read sitting in the sunshine

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  109. I'm trying to perfect my crochet skills, so I'd practise a bit more!

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  110. A long uniterrupted soak in the bath

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  111. I would have a nice bath with a book and a glass of wine

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  112. Have a nice cup of tea and an Eccles cake :)

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  113. Put my feet up and have a coffee and some cake ;)

    @kelandab

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