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Monday, 26 March 2012

WIN a £50 Tesco Voucher!

Until the 8th of April, Tesco have cut the prices of their Baby and Toddler Essentials online and in store!  There are even special exclusive eCoupon codes available to save extra money online.  Take a look at this list below for details on savings on nappies, wipes, toiletries, baby food, feeding, clothing and on big items at Tesco Direct.  To celebrate, Tesco are giving away a £50 voucher right here to one of my readers!  Details on how to win are at the bottom of this post!

Nappies and Wipes
·         3 x packs of Pampers Sensitive Wipes for FREE when you spend over £20 on Pampers Nappies
·         Pampers Baby Dry / Active Fit Carry Packs: Was £6.49, Now £5
·         Pampers Baby Dry / Active Fit Jumbo Packs: 2 for £22
·         Pampers Easy Up Pants: Was £9.99, Now £8.50
·         Pampers Simply Dry Economy Pack: Was £7.29 Now £6.50
·         Huggies Super Dry / Natural Fit / Little Walkers Economy Packs: 2 for £15
·         Huggies Pull Ups: Was £5.48, Now £2.74
·         Huggies Drynites Pyjama Pants: Was £5.89, Now £4.50
·         Huggies Baby Wipes: Was £2.59,  Now Buy One Get One Free
·         Award Winning Tesco Baby Newborn Wipes: Was £1.36, Now £1
·         Pampers Baby Wipes Sensitive Box: Was £14.99, Now £10
·         Johnson’s Baby Skincare Wipes: Was £2.44, Now £1
o    Online offer: Buy 9 for £8 with this code: GRFF9M
Toiletries
·         Selected Johnson’s Baby Toiletries 500ml: Was £2.69-£2.99, Now Buy One Get One Free
·         Oilatum Junior Cream: Was £6.46, Now: £4.84
·         Oilatum Junior Emollient Bath: Was £4.84, Now £3.63
·         Johnsons Cotton Buds: Was £1.35, Now £1.15
Baby Food
·         5 for £4 on selected Plum Baby Organic Stage 1
o    Online offer: 6 for £4 with this code: GRTTYL
·         5 for £6 on selected Plum Baby Organic Stage 2
o    Online offer: 6 for £6 with this code: GRRT7G
·         4 for £2 on selected Kiddylicious snacks
o    Online offer: 10 for £4 with this code: GRMRPF
·         2 for £3 on selected Cow & Gate Frutapura and Baby Balance
o    Online offer: 3 for £4 with this code: GRHXK7
·         2 for £1 on selected Baby Zilli Pouches
·         3 for £4 on selected Organix Fruit Pots

Feeding
·         Cow&Gate Growing Up Milk: Was £7.49 Now £6.49
o    Online offer: £5.49 with this code: GRLYTY
·         Hipp Organic Follow-On Milk: Was £7.66, Now £6.16
·         Hipp Organic Growing Up Milk: Was £6.46, Now £5.46
·         Hipp Organic Goodnight Milk: Was £5.36, Now £4.36
·         Milton Sterilising Fluid 500ml: Was £1.97, Now £1.47
o    Online offer: £0.98 with this code: GRLPRH
·         2 for £2 on Milton Antibacterial Surface Wipes
·         2 for £2 on Milton Sterilising Tablets
·         Nuby Super Sipper Flip It: Was £3.49 Now £2.49
·         Nuby Super Sipper Cool Sips: Was £4.27, Now £3.27
·         Tommee Tippee First Cup: Was £1.79, Now £1.50
·         Tommee Tippee Milk Feeding Bibs: Was £4.50, Now £3.50
·         Tommee Tippee Sangenic Nappy Disposal System: Was £25, Now £12.50
o    Online offer: £10 with this code: GRKKTF
·         Tommee Tippee Sangenic Universal Cassettes: Was £13.99, Now £10
Baby Clothing
·         F&F Pack of 5 Bodysuits: Was £6 each, Now 2 for £10
·         Great Value Essentials: Bodysuits, Sleepsuits, Socks for £5 and under
·         Web exclusive include F&F Baby Clothing 6-18 months and F&F Baby Dresses 12-24 months
Tesco Direct
·         Save 25% on Fisher Price Love U Zoo Swing: Was £84.95, Now £63.70
·         Lindam Securus Safety Gate: Was £19.96, Now £17.96
·         Save £70 on Motorola MBP33 Video Monitor: Was £139.95, Now £69.95
·         FREE Glider Chair (Lucas Espresso) when you buy selected Tutti Rommsets
 And as if this wasn't enough, Tesco are offering one reader of Inside the Wendy House a £50 Tesco Voucher that you could use to spend on your little ones...or to treat yourself!!
To win, simply tell me in a comment below what would you buy if you won!!
The competition closes on April 9th 2012 and a winner will be drawn from all comments made.  Please be sure to leave an email address or Twitter id so I can contact you if you are the lucky winner.

230 comments:

  1. AS I no longer need nappies I think I would stock up on suncream cready for the summer..
    @jessies_kitchen

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  2. I would stock up on wipes & nappies for my little girl. :) @sparklespink84

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  3. I would buy Hipp baby milk but can't seem to get Jackson Reece wipes in our Tesco or would be those as well x

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  4. We are heading into potty training territory so I would spend it getting ready for the event!

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  5. I would buy nappies and wipes and a few gorgeous outfits and hats so my little one looks cool in the sun!

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  6. I would buy some lovely healthy food for us all!

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  7. I would put it towards a photo printer to save me having to either print off at my parents home or at my local photo shop!

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  8. I would buy nappies and wipes and a little outfit for both my children and not forgetting a bottle of wine for mummy.

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  9. I would stock up on summer clothes for the kids. @LauraCYMFT

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  10. I would buy my kids some new clothes amanda.30000@live.co.uk

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  11. WEEKS SHOPPING FOR THE FAMILY :)

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  12. I would buy some baking ingredients to get baking for the family! Want to trial some "crunchie rocky road" next! dizziwhizzi@hotmail.com

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  13. Like you, we're hopefully moving house fairly soon. So I'd buy some new bed linen to go with our new bedroom.

    @meedja

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  14. A dvd, chocolates and a bottle of fizz for a romantic night in

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  15. lots of fruit & veg to cook up & freeze for LO's weaning :)

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  16. We are re-decorating the kids bedroom so would buy some lovely accessories to go in there to brighten it up :)

    sjlambert86@yahoo.co.uk

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  17. I would buy loads of baby stuff with a little bit of chocolate for myself :)

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  18. I'd buy some luxury chocolate and a nice new top for the summer :)

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  19. I would stock up my food cupboard and buy lots of fruit and veg.

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  20. I would do my weekly shopping for my family

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  21. I would buy groceries for the family.

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  22. nappies nappies and more nappies, little man in now obsessed with having his changed every 20min!!

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  23. Would have to be baby food, as my young one goes through it like nothing!

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  24. I'd buy my normal groceries, plus some luxuries, like chocolate!

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  25. I'd buy sun cream and toiletries for our holiday :)

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  26. The stuff that I cant afford to buy on a regular shop or justify buying, and make sure there is at least one treat for everyone.

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  27. I would buy some extra treats that we can't normally afford.

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  28. Sarah-Jane Laycock27 March 2012 at 11:29

    The weekly shopping which would be very welcome!

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  29. I would buy lots of fresh vegetables and veg and make some fresh soup x

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  30. I would buy the weeks shopping for my family so they could all enjoy the fab prize

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  31. It sounds super dull, but I'd save it for the summer after I graduate, because I know I'll be looking for work for a while, and might not be able to feed myself!

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  32. Some summer clothes for the kids :)

    @supermommy1983

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  33. I would buy suncream for hols with 2 very pale skinned boys we go through suncream like no tomorrow

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  34. Would buy lots of fresh fruit and veg and a treat each for the kids

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  35. It would go a long way towards my weekly tesco shop, would sneak in a cheeky bar of chocolate just for me

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  36. christine shelley27 March 2012 at 12:00

    I will buy some euros for our trip in may to ireland, fingers crossed

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  37. i would buy some cake making ingredients so i can give the special homemade touch to my loved ones birthdays

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  38. I would buy some stage 2 weaning foods for my little boy.x @LucyWalker15

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  39. I'd stock up the freezer, and buy a nice bottle of wine to celebrate.

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  40. Hilda Hazel Wright27 March 2012 at 12:42

    Well my last spending spree at Tesco was lots of baby stuff for my Grandaughter so if I was lucky enough to win I think this time I'd be stocking up my wine cupboard which is looking a little bare right now!

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  41. i'd like to treat my boys to some summer clothes

    @andy_uu

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  42. probably some new summer clothes for all of us!

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  43. some new bath towels and some nice summer icecream treats for the freezer :)

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  44. I would buy my daughter some summer clothes!

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  45. Stephanie Tsang27 March 2012 at 13:09

    I'd buy a dolls house for my daughter

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  46. A big pink rug for my daughter's bedroom - the "pink princess" phase has started!

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  47. I would put it towards a garden party. The weather is perfect for it at the moment.

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  48. Katherine De Riera27 March 2012 at 13:51

    I would buy my boys some funky new threads for summer! Thankyou for the chance to win! X

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  49. I would treat myself, as they boys always get treated. I would buy some lovely hair products to try and tame my mane!

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  50. I'd spend it on my niece and nephew.

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  51. I would treat us all to a new trampoline to bounce away the winter blues!!

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  52. I would stock up my freezer with goodies so that if we had any visitors I could present them with gourmet food. I also think the bottle of wine I would get would go down a treat.

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  53. Natalie Goatley27 March 2012 at 15:04

    I would buy a lovely meal for two to make for my boyfriend. Maybe something spicy and a couple of bottles of wine.

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  54. would treat the grandchildren to some goodies for thier hols

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  55. Carolina Johnson27 March 2012 at 15:42

    I'd buy some gorgeous summer dresses for my 11 months old daughter! Tesco has got an absolutely fantastic selection for kiddies!

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  56. I'll treat myself and my little niece to some gorgeous summer wear!

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  57. I would spend it on lots of nappies and baby food for my 5 month old! @esthermate

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  58. Joanna Coleshill27 March 2012 at 16:38

    I'd spend it on some essentials for my baby, due on 20th June

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  59. I'd spend it on my husband's 2 grandchildren due in May

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  60. I would buy loads of food to stock up the fridge, freezer and cupboards.

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  61. I'd get some summer clothes for the kids and hope that unlike previous years they don't stay in the wardrobe all summer

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  62. Clothes for DD for summer

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  63. lorrainejohnson27 March 2012 at 17:13

    I would buy my son some new summer clothes. We tried all last years on at the weekend & had to bag up 3/4s of his clothes for the charity shop, all too small!! His wardrobe is bare now!

    finleypop@o2.co.uk
    @finleypoppet

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  64. ANDREW WILLIAMS27 March 2012 at 17:27

    A new microwave mine is over 12 years old !

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  65. I would buy summer clothes

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  66. A new pair of trainers. I jog regularly so mine needs to be changed.

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  67. I'd have to buy a new crockery set as I'm so embarrassed when I have visitors due to all the cracks and chips on the plates!

    @maxineflossy

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  68. Some clothes for my Grandchildren

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  69. Easter treats for the family.

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  70. FionaLynne Edwards27 March 2012 at 18:22

    Some new clothes for my lovely daughter and I'd stock up the cupboards with essentials (i.e. chocolate).

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  71. Anthony Harrington27 March 2012 at 18:27

    If I won I would treat myself to some "posh" coffee instead of the cheap stuff. follower on GFC and Facebook and twitter @freyerj

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  72. A giant easter egg for my wife and daughter

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  73. I'm moving out of student accomodation at the end of june, so i'd get bits and bobs for the new kitchen and bathroom, maybe some food, too.

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  74. Clothes for my grandchildren

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  75. Kathleen hooper27 March 2012 at 20:01

    I'd treat my OH to some new summer clothes

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  76. I would buy some new clothes and bits for our summer holiday

    @millylitre

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  77. I would use it towards the food shop and definitely throw a few treats in there...every little helps!! ;) xx

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  78. I would buy some stage 2 weaning foods for my little girl

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  79. jennifer thorpe27 March 2012 at 20:44

    i would buy some much needed clothes for my rapidly growing children

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  80. I'd get some clothes for my kids and ingredients for a slap up meal for Hubby and I.

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  81. Kayleigh louise27 March 2012 at 20:51

    id buy my kids some new clothes 4 our holidays in june x

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  82. I would treat my 3 year old daughter with some toys/books and get a nice bottle of wine and some chocolates for me and my husband

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  83. Party food for my 60th birthday

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  84. My fiance and I are currently savibg so having to cut back on treats, so I'd use it to get some lovely ingredients so we can cook a lovely meal - with a yummy dessert and a bottle of something nice of course! :)

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  85. I would put it towards a breadmaker, my kids love fresh bread, if you make it yourself you can control the ingredients (mainly the salt)

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  86. I would definitely buy nappies, my little one gets through so many! @loubeelouloulou

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  87. I would buy my family some Easter Treats and do a food hop without haviong to pick the cheapest items

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  88. I'd stock up on some new sleepsuits and vests for our new arrival, due in August.

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  89. nappies, wipes stock up :)

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  90. Easter eggs and lots of treats for the family.

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  91. I'd treat myself and buy some aussie shampoo and conditioner, a bottle of baileys and a nice box of chocolates :)

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  92. It would go towards toys and kids clothes

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  93. Baby essentials and maybe a little treat like a lovely bath product for me!

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  94. I would buy ome baby clothes for my newbaby grandaughter

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  95. I would use it to pay for my son's birthday party. He missed out as we couldn't afford it last year, but if we could have a few friends round with lots of yummy food and games that would be fab! @chelseamamma

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  96. that would pay for around 4 days food in my house!

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  97. I'd buy some cute little outfits for my girl, Tescos have some great summer clothes in at the moment

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  98. It would go towards my weekly shop

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  99. Rachael Woodcock28 March 2012 at 15:23

    I would spend it on a potty, toilet seat and step for my little boy. He is really not keen on potty training, so I'd pop some treats into the trolly for him too =)

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  100. Summer clothes for my two boys for our little holiday in Tenby :-)

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  101. it would go towards the weekly shop

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  102. pop it away till xmas and use it for nice bits for kids

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  103. Lots of baby wipes and nappies!

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  104. I would spend it on the weekly shop and get some chocolate treats for Easter

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  105. If I won I would buy a new summer wardrobe for my little girl including a fancy dress costume as she's always getting invited to parties!

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  106. I would stock up on some lovely meat for the freezer so that I can make some tasty satisfying meals for my four hungry boys. Meat is so expensive these days...it would be lovely to enjoy spending for once instead of counting pennies. :)

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  107. New clothes for our Daughter, She seems to get through them so quick.

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  108. I would stock up on charcoal & BBQ treats so we can enjoy the sunshine in the garden :) x

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  109. I would get all the babies food in with it :)

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  110. So many choices but it has to be the

    Love U Zoo Swing

    for my daughter.

    I'd pop in the extra money!

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  111. It would go towards to weekly shop..... It would be nice to throw some treats into the trolley tho :)

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  112. It would go towards a lovely family Easter Sunday lunch.
    Good luck all xxx

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  113. I would buy some birthday party bits for my twins 3rd birthday - cake, balloons, paper plates etc etc :D helmarkxx@yahoo.co.uk

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  114. i would buy something nice for myself, like some nice biscuits and cakes, things which dont seem to make it into our shopping basket at the moment @emmajlowe

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  115. I would buy a weeks shopping for the family!

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  116. I would use this towards a complete luxury, a comic each for my four children to read whilst going around the shop. How wonderful would that be!

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  117. a bottle of champagne to celebrate a special birthday coming up for my son

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  118. i would buy some goodies for the kids. x

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  119. if i was lucky enough to win i would probably stock up on wipes and nappies - and maybe a nice box of chocolates for us all to share!

    @ashlallan

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  120. I would buy some a nice big cake to share with mates who have just moved into a new house! @dejanestpas

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  121. Cathy Overgage1 April 2012 at 10:19

    I would buy some extra special treats for all the family and everyone would be happy!

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  122. Ramblingsofasuburbanmummy1 April 2012 at 10:23

    I'd stock up on the kids favourite snacks, nappies oh and wine!!

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  123. something to keep the kids occupied over the holidays

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  124. I'd buy some extras in our weekly shopping that we would not normally be able to afford #timesaretough

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  125. a sony memory card

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  126. A stack of DVD's, chocolate and popcorn for some nice family nights in!
    @BoostieBoo

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  127. I would buy pasta and nappies!
    @Dorothee77

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  128. something new to wear for work :)

    @Rachelee39

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  129. A huge joint of beef that would feed us for at least 3 days and a gateau to have for tea :o)

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  130. diet coke, pop corn and a dvd :) Oh and TONS of ice cream... yep break up diet

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  131. Hayley Fountain3 April 2012 at 11:57

    magazines and chocolate. x

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  132. I'd buy a lot of different meats and party snacks for a family bbq. Well.... that is if the weather decides to stop with the snow. We've been talking about having a little get together so if it's too cold then perhaps a Sunday Roast.

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  133. My son is just starting to grow out of his clothes so need to buy some stuff in the next size up.

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  134. id but a lovely new outfit for my lil man and maybe a new pair of slippers for myself haha

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  135. i would buy loads of baby wipes, great for the kids and adults mucky paws and great for cleaning / dusting

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  136. Kerryrobertson3 April 2012 at 20:44

    Id spend it on something for my husbands birthday as can never seem to be able to get him anything (not that he ever wants anything!)

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  137. i would get the makings of a family night in. DVD, popcorn, chocolate.. bliss!

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  138. i would get some nice food in for my birthday :)

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  139. I would put it towards a new pushchair for my new grandson

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  140. would buy some delicious tesco finest food.

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  141. I would treat my 2 young sons to a really good easter tea. x

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  142. Some summer garden toys and maybe an outfit for me! :D (twitter - @tinkerb311a)

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  143. Sarah Robertson4 April 2012 at 21:07

    Its boring as hell but it would go on a weekly shop....every little helps as Tesco say :)

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  144. Summer clothes for the kiddies

    @littleboo_21

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  145. Hi. I'd buy some kiddy cutlery and trainer plates to make mealtimes more fun and to encourage Ieuan (nearly 3) to eat his vegetables.

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  146. Caroline Cummins5 April 2012 at 00:24

    I would buy my little boy a light summer jacket and sandals...you have to live in hope dont you?

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  147. Caroline Cummins5 April 2012 at 00:24

    @Iggy131313

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  148. A slow cooker I think - help me get organised! Treats for everyone!

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  149. I would probably just get us some groceries!

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  150. I would buy some summer clothes for the kids :D

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  151. Forgot to say my twitter is @kimmer2111

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  152. I would put it towards a sofa from tesco direct, we are in desperate need of one!!
    @vickyd4v3

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  153. Food shopping with some extra treats for the kids :)

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  154. Some lovely fresh fruit and veg, we go through it so quickly at home with the 3 children!

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  155. @LSullySullivan

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  156. some nice bbq food so we could have a bbq & enjoy the good weather

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  157. I would stock up on the free-from range as I am dairy and gluten intolerant and they have a great range.

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  158. i would get my littl girl some toys for summer

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  159. i would buy some new towels for my bathroom as mine are all different colours/designs

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  160. Probably buy long life milk, tinned tomatoes & baked beans, dried beans/lentils, rice, pasta etc - things to have in the store cupboard so that I can then make more interesting meals for the family. Of course there would be herbs & packets of casserole mixes too.

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  161. New clothes for the kids. Love Tesco clothes range :)

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  162. I would buy some nappies, wipes and baby food for the bubba and then treat myself and my partner with the rest :) xo

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  163. If I won I would buy some of the lovely summer clothes which I have been keeping an eye for my kiddies for when the nice weather comes back!

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  164. If Im lucky to win I will by some lovely childrens toys. Everytime we go in they always find loads they would like

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  165. NoDiscernibleTalent7 April 2012 at 13:52

    I'd buy a pie for the husband, some wine for me and some new pants for the kids, I'm all heart, me :-)

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  166. Some summer clothes for my ever growing nephew!

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  167. I would buy some nice new bits for our new house !! Tescos do some amazing stuff for the home x

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  168. I think I'd buy my girls some pretty summer dresses :) @pipersky1

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  169. I'd buy some lights and accessories for the garden and hope to get the weather to enjoy it! @mrsalfa

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  170. I'd put it towards my weekly shopping. As the price of food has gone up so much, I've cut down on my weekly shopping, but the food bill is still the same. I'd love to give my kids some extra treats.

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  171. some chocolate, which will hopefully be 50% off next week so I'll get twice as much!

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  172. Whatever took my fancy at the time, how nice it would be just be able to do that instead of making every penny count!

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  173. Antonia Rookley7 April 2012 at 22:12

    I would let my daughter choose, would be lovely not to have to say 'no' all the way round the shop for once!

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  174. id buy my baby boys some bits for the summer probably buy them a padding pool aswell so they can make the most of the garden and nice weather if and when it comes back!!

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  175. Corinne Faulkner8 April 2012 at 00:17

    I'd incorporate extras into my shopping - little treats that don't happen very often - good luck everyone sending lucky dust !!

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  176. I'd buy some new toys for work and some chocolate for me :) @sammoola

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  177. I would buy new clothes for my son as he keeps growing! @ali991

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  178. I'd but some party treats for my daughters' upcoming birthdays. Due to bad planning, they're just a week apart!

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  179. I'd use it to stock up on baking ingredients. @Lisa2062 on Twitter.

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  180. norrisluvsmary8 April 2012 at 11:04

    I would buy new clothes for my 2 girls for our holiday xx

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  181. I would buy summer clothes for my daughter and a few choccie treats

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  182. i would definitely spend it on food, and maybe a nice new summer top - I am a very poor student, and food is one of lifes little luxuries at the moment!

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  183. if I won I would treat us all to something nice!

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  184. i would buy a new kettle as mine is broken! :-(

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  185. Victoria Boland8 April 2012 at 14:35

    I would buy some summer clothes.

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  186. I would buy some tasty treats for us all to share.

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  187. i'd stock up on my baby's food, nappies etc

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  188. If I won, I would buy some new summer clothes for the kids and hope the weather gets warm again

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  189. I'd buy a couple of DVD's for the girls and have a quiet night

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  190. I am saving my clubcard vouchers to buy my daughter a TV and I would add this to the funds, great comp thanks.

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  191. A Microwave as my current one just broke!

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  192. I'd buy some new sheets and stuff :D

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  193. I would buy the weeks shopping!

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  194. Probably just the standard shop

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  195. Jennifer Turnbull8 April 2012 at 21:20

    I would put it towards my weekly food shop, things are tight at the moment so every little helps.

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  196. I would buy some of Tesco half price Lamb legs as they are half price at the moment and I can't afford it normally

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  197. I would out it towards getting my 2 boys some new summer clothes. they grow so fast at this age it's hard to keep up!

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  198. I would buy the weeks shopping! the price of food is so high

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