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Thursday, 20 September 2012

Win £100 With The Tesco Baby Event

MAKE AMAZING SAVINGS AT THE FANTASTIC TESCO BABY EVENT


Until the 30th September Tesco will be holding its third and longest running Baby Event of the year, demonstrating its on-going commitment to giving families the best value for money and the best savings across all baby essentials. These great offers will be available in-store and online at Tesco.com to offer parents and mums and dads-to-be amazing savings across all of their favourite baby essentials helping the family budget go further.

This event will offer parents fantastic deals on everyday products such as nappies, wipes, toiletries and baby food, helping to ease the pressure on parent’s purse strings as they prepare to send their older children back to school. In order to celebrate the launch of this Baby Event Tesco will also be offering parents the chance to win a host of prizes every day on the Tesco Facebook page, @TescoBabyClub Twitter and at www.tesco.com/babyclub

Lorna Dickinson, Tesco Category Buying Manager for Baby said: “With this, our longest running Baby Event we demonstrate our on-going commitment to helping families. We understand that basic essentials such as nappies, wipes and formula can take a real toll on the family budget which is why we are offering parents their favourite baby essentials at prices they can afford. By running our offers both in-store and online we are doing what we can to make parent’s lives as simple and easy as possible whilst rewarding their custom with some great prizes we know families will love.”

With great savings such as Huggies Super Dry Economy Packs, Pampers Wipes six packs and Johnson's Baby products at half price, parents can save on all their baby essentials both online and in store.

In conjunction with the Baby Event, Inside the Wendy House is giving one lucky reader the chance of winning a £100 Tesco voucherTo be in with a chance of winning this great prize, simply fill out the Rafflecopter Entry Form below.  Closing date is 12.01am on 28th September 2012.


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365 comments:

  1. I'd probably put it towards Xmas shopping!

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  2. Some lovely winter outfits and some stocking fillers

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  3. I would start my Christmas shopping!

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  4. I'd get myself some jeans and buy my sons birthday presents!

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  5. I know it sounds crazy but I would stock up on Dry Nights, Spud has bed wetting problems (was a prem baby 7 weeks early weighing 4lbs has a few problems) and I am entitled to no help towards the cost of these or new bedding etc. I would spend about £30 on them (close to £7 a pack) I would buy a thicker quilt for each of us, some clothes and would save £10 back for Spud to pick a new Disney DVD xx

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  6. I would start my Christmas shopping for my four kids!

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  7. i would get the kids some new clothes and a dvd and icecream for a movie night!

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  8. Baby gifts for my brother and sister who both have new arrivals coming in January!

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  9. i would buy things for my children and baby :) x

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  10. I'd put it towards Christmas presents for the kids. Or nappies, we always seem to be buying nappies!

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  11. I would stock up on nappies as Tesco has a good offer on them in the baby event, I would also treat myself to a good book :-)

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  12. Can never have too many nappies! :)

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  13. think I would save it for some Christmas goodies - i know it's early but i'm hosting this year!!

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  14. My son's birthday is not longer after Christmas so it's always a struggle to afford so I'd definitely use the voucher for his party & presents.

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  15. I would buy probably some presents for the upncoming festive season to take some of the pressure off thank you : Ian McIver via email

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  16. I'd buy lots of toddler wipes, Halo n' Horns bath stuff and some toddler snacks.

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  17. Katherine De Riera21 September 2012 16:27

    I'd start my christmas shopping and stock up on some nappies and wipes for my boys

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  18. I would use the money towards Christmas for the kids if I was lucky enough to win

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  19. Food and clothes and probably a bit of cake ;)

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  20. I would buy presents for my family

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  21. Warm clothes for my teenage son.

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  22. I would get some nappies for my sister in law who is expecting twins!'

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  23. It's my birthday next week - I'd spent it ALL ON ME! Flowers, wine, ice cream, cake, make up ... ALL ... ON ... ME

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  24. I'd make a start on the Christmas shopping, and buy a blooming great big pizza for Saturday tea!

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  25. I'd buy nappies, wipes, clothes and wine :)

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  26. It would have to be some nice goodies for my niece!

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  27. I would it towards our Xmas food shop!

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  28. An ipod docking station as a christmas present, it would be lovely to afford this

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  29. I would but christmas pressies for my 1 year old :) would be lovely to spoil him

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  30. I would put the money towards next family shop.

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  31. I would put it aside to buy Skylanders Giants for the kids when it comes out!!

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  32. I'd use it to stock up on nappies and wipes for my Small One! :)

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  33. I would buy some nice winter coats for the kids if I was your lucky winner x

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  34. I would spend the money on some winter outfits for my daughter

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  35. I would be forward thinking and get some early Christmas Pressies and stow them away. Toys, games and chocolates would fit the bill (so long as i don't eat the chocolates and not save them for Christmas of course!) @Bobbity666:disqus

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  36. I would stock up on all the basics for the whole family

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  37. I would put it towards Christmas

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  38. I would stock up on cupboard essentials like cereals, pasta, rice, cordial, teabags

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  39. A much needed big weekly shop.

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  40. I would stock up on baby stuff, such as nappies, food, and winter clothes

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  41. I would buy an office chair that I want. With any left I would buy something for my kitchen, as I have a lot of things that need replacing

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  42. I would put it towards groceries, we get through a lot so would definitely come in handy

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  43. I would stock up on baby stuff, nappies, food

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  44. I`d save it for Christmas to treat us to some nice goodies.


    Basically Chocolate.


    Simon

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  45. It's my son's first birthday soon, so some toys to treat him

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  46. I'd save it for some special christmas food treats

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  47. i'd get xmas stuff

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  48. Christmas is a coming and my grand kids are multiplying at a great rate of knots!!! LOL I need gifts galore xxx

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  49. I would buy a cosy winter jumper for myself and some clothes for my daughter for Christmas

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  50. I would buy something for my grandaughters bedroom, bedding curtains

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  51. A nice choice to have to make if I were to win

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  52. A present for my little grandson ,to take with me ,when I visit him in Abu Dhabi in November !

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  53. Id buy £100 of nappies lol!

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  54. I'd put it towards some treats for the little ones at xmas

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  55. I'd spend it on lots of treats for my god-daughter who at 5 days old is definitely spoilt rotten!

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  56. I would put it towards Christmas shopping !! first Christmas in our new house so we want it to be really, really special and £100 would help a lot :) x

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  57. Christmas presents of course!

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  58. new school trousers for #2 son. still growing!

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  59. I've just moved house so we need all the essentials and a few decorations xx Great comp - good luck everyone!!! x

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  60. Christmas dinner

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  61. Luxury Christmas food x

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  62. i would put it towards winter clothes for my family

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  63. id buy some warm clothes!! xx

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  64. I would spend it on a month's worth of food shopping for my family.

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  65. I would use it to finally let my son bring the toy story toys we visit every time we go into tesco home with him. Yay no more tears!

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  66. I need 2 new warm winter quilts for my girl's beds and some new quilt covers and sheets would be good as well - i expect they would have to be pink

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  67. I would put this towards an Xbox for my son :)

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  68. mine would get spent in the toy section

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  69. A little wooden kitchen for my 4 year old daughter - really into role play at the moment!

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  70. Would be on groceries I think

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  71. I like to start stoking up my cupboards about now for Christmas, so I think it would be tins and packets. Also those tins of sweets, which always remind me of being a kid as my mom always bought them.

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  72. presents for everyone at christmas !

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  73. definitely on Christmas presents!

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  74. I'd buy a DAB radio for my Sons Christmas present - Rock On

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  75. a present for my wife

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  76. if i won this prize i would take my 4 children and get them all an early christmas present as a treat for being the best children i could hae wished for

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  77. Christmas presents

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  78. I would stock up on cupboard stuff and also freezer stuff as my little boy had opened the freezer without me realizing on the Saturday and woke up Sunday to water every were and defrosted food so now got to try and find money top replace that food as i only just filled it last week :(

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  79. I would buy some baby items for my little grandaughter due in 10 days...Ooooh so excited as well x

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  80. It would go towards the basics because like most, we are struggling to afford even them at the moment!

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  81. Me & my finace are saving to buy our 1st home, I would love to buy lots of beautiful home essentials if I had £100 :)

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  82. need lots of stuff as i moved home last week,so £100 will be very handy

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  83. Bits for Christmas

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  84. New bedding and curtains to keep the winter cold out.

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  85. Lego for my lads birthday and a new dress for me

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  86. This will sound quite dull, but some form of storage shelving.

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  87. great prize! I would buy some paint for the hall way..

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  88. Anne-Marie Dixon24 September 2012 09:50

    Well worth winning!

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  89. I'd spend it on my weekly shop, plus some "luxury" items for the family (e.g. smoked salmon and chocolate!)

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  90. Great for some Christmas pressies!

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  91. Hilda Hazel Wright24 September 2012 10:02

    If I won I'd use it to make up a baby hamper for my son who is expecting a daughter in December. £100 would make a pretty impressive hamper at Tesco prices!

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  92. I'd give my cupboards a good clean out, despose of all the random tins of pulses that went out of date in 2009 and have a proper restock! Oh, and a couple of bottles of pink wine too.

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  93. christmas presents for all my family

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  94. Christmas decorations

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  95. I'd stock up on nappies and wipes x

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  96. With so much I could buy at Tesco I'd save this voucher for one of those days when it was hard to buy the things we needed

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  97. I would buy some craft sets for my daughters xmas prezzie. x

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  98. start buying the christmas pressies

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  99. Alcohol for christmas

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  100. Towards the annual Christmas feast!

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  101. I'd kit our family out in some lovely Autumn clothes

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  102. Christmas prezzies for my daughter :)

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  103. Treat my grandchildren to some new clothes x

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  104. With £100 i would buy warm pjs and jackets,gloves and scarves to keep my boys warm now its turning chilly.

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  105. Re stock my cupboards with all the cooking essentials that are running out, herbs & spices etc.

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  106. My daughter REALLY wants a Kindle this Christmas, I would put it towards one of these :O)

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  107. I'd buy presents for my 5 kids.

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  108. Christmas presents galore !!!

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  109. Lots of treats to stash away for Christmas ! xxx

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  110. More school clothes for my children

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  111. I'd buy Christmas presents for my family.

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  112. I would stock up the cupboards for autumn/winter with things that store well such as tins of yummy soup,beans, tinned tomatoes, tinned veg, pasta, grains, rice, porridge and hot chocolate. Ready for if the weather turns bad!

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  113. xmas presents!

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  114. I would treat me with it.

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  115. some dvds and books

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  116. I would get toys and clothes for the kids for Christmas

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  117. Start my xmas shopping

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  118. I would stock up on baby items like the baby wipes, nappies and a few clothing essentials for my sister who is due any time now!

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  119. I'd spend it on lots of lovely christmas food in the run up to the occassion :)

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  120. I'd like to buy 2 of these, one for each of our kids: (LeapFrog LeapPad Explorer Tablet Green - I'm hoping they do another colour too though otherwise they'll be arguing lol)
    http://www.tesco.com/direct/leapfrog-leappad-explorer-tablet-green/212-2129.prd?recommendationId=b1429a80-b8f6-4b89-9661-f0ab569112d9.0&skuId=212-2129

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  121. I would buy clothes and shoes for my little boy!! :) x

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  122. I would stock up on some nappys & baby wipes at that price! & then maybe a couple of bits for my 4 munchkins for christmas :)

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  123. Definitely use it to get a head start on xmas shopping. :)

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  124. Start on the Xmas shopping, or possibly even treat myself to a kindle!

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  125. Definitely food & clothes.

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  126. I would buy some Xmas presents, determined to start early this year!x

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  127. Karen Shuttleworth24 September 2012 12:16

    Winter clothes for my little one, toys for xmas and some treats (of the chocolate variety!)

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  128. would spend them on toys for christmas

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  129. A new coat and some toys for Christmas

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  130. Winter clothes for my children and groceries.

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  131. I'd get supplies in for December (cleaning products, loo roll, coffee, etc) so my money goes a little further at Christmas.

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  132. I would put it towards getting my daughter a TV for her new house

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  133. Mainly Food - I would get some of the special treats I usually bypass because of the cost.

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  134. I'd buy some treats for Christmas that we can all enjoy.

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  135. christina curtis24 September 2012 14:13

    I would save it and put it towards christmas. x

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  136. I need a new duvet so would put it towards that

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  137. I'd buy some of my sons xmas presents as it's his first xmas he's going to be spoilt

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  138. I would keep it and spend it in December for my xmas dinner shopping.

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  139. Stock up on baby essentials for the imminent arrival of the new one

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  140. i buy food and drink for my sons next birthday party so its extra special

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  141. Tink Rhonda Lee Mse24 September 2012 15:21

    I would stock the kitchen up and buy a couple of books.

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  142. With everything getting more and more expensive, it has to be food. Even the most basic of items seem to have shot up in price

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  143. I would fully stock my kitchen... with chocolate

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  144. hayley pemberton24 September 2012 16:31

    i would buy the nice things i can never afford to buy and treat myself and the kids to a great dinner

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  145. Fooooood!!!

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  146. I'd put it towards some Christmas presents!

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  147. I'd spend half on food shopping and the other half on some new clothes for winter

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  148. I would buy some decent coffee instead of the cheapo ones and get some xmas bits.

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  149. I would buy loads of chocolate. Mmmmmmmm

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  150. My son's xbox just died and he is desperate for a new one for Christmas so I think it would have to go towards that!! :)

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  151. I would use it to start my Christmas shopping. I have 2 young grand daughters with birthdays just after Christmas and this would help to buy them presents.

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  152. Can I be utterly naughty and say, quite honestly.. I would treat myself to products that are normally sacrificed and replaced with an alternative shops own brand. Things like shower gel, bubble bath, soap, hairspray! Always cutting corners to save pennies throughout the year, knowing that I might get something luxurious at Christmas isnt always nice on my skin and how I feel. I guess its nice to be clean.. but wonderful to smell divine. (*said very fast* id also have a chocolate cake and some wine, and a great big bag of hazelnuts..)

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  153. I'd get the kids some pyjamas from f&f and then I'd get all the consumable pressies like posh biscuits, tinned chocolates i.e. roses and wine/special drinks. That would be them sorted so it would help a lot :)

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  154. Id buy lots of baby products for my best friend to welcome her new addition when she arrives and put in a few bits for mummy as she deserves a little pampering after a difficult 9 months :

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  155. My children have birthdays very close to christmas so this would help out with buying some pressies for their forthcoming 5th and 9th birthdays :)

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  156. Some special treats

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  157. I'd buy the new Hendrick's Gin. It's got amazing packaging but is about £30!! I'd put the rest of the money towards necessities - loo roll, milk, bread - not exactly glamorous, but would come in very usefully :)

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  158. I would put it towards buying Christmas presents for my children.

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  159. i would spend it on the weekly food shop

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  160. The most waterproof coat i could find! Need it with this weather!

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  161. I would stock up on food for the cupboards and the freezer and buy a few nice treats for the kids

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  162. i would buy a kindle

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  163. I would definitely start on buying my childrens christmas presents if I were to win

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  164. I would stock up on washing powder and dishwasher tablets and all the things that put my weekly shopping up.

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  165. Christmas dinner, we have the entire family coming over!

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