Wednesday, 24 April 2013

Win a £25 Sainsbury's Voucher with #taxicalculator

How would you like to win a £25 Sainsbury's voucher to spend on whatever you want?
Well it's your lucky day!!

The lovely folks at over at Sainsbury’s Bank Car Insurance. have offered a £25 voucher for one My Mummy's Pennies reader!

They recently introduced the ‘Taxi of Mum and Dad Calculator’ — a fun way to see how much you could earn in taxi fares, if your children were ‘on the clock!’

It’s not all about the pennies as of course your time is also precious. So, they want to know what you would do with all that time that you currently spend taxiing the kids around?!

Would you finish a good book, get outdoors or just do nothing? I'd probably spend it procrastinating on twitter!

So for your chance to win a £25 Sainsbury's voucher just answer the below question....


  
What would you do with your time saved?


 Clink into the Rafflecopter widget below and enter the draw by leaving a blog post comment with your answer!
You can also gain extra entries by tweeting about the giveaway, and by referring a friend to enter too!

The more times you enter, the better your chance of winning the £25 Sainsbury’s voucher!    
Whether or not you’re our prize winner, your affordable family activity ideas could also potentially appear in a future Money Matters Blog post.





The winners will be chosen via Rafflecopter (which uses random.org) and announced on this page.
The deadline for entering the giveaway is Wednesday 1st May at 12am.

Good Luck!!






T's and C's

This giveaway is open to all readers in the UK.

Rafflecopter will accept entries for this giveaway from the time the blog post is published.
Rafflecopter will close the competition at 12am on Wednesday 1st May.
The winner will be chosen by the blog admisitrator 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.

The prize is 1 £25 Sainsbury's Voucher
Readers can enter the competition by leaving a blog comment, or tweeting using the hashtag #taxicalculator.


 Disclaimer - I will also be receiving a £25 voucher as a thank you for hosting this giveaway.

143 comments:

  1. I think I would lie on the bed and read a book!!!

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  2. I'd get a rescue dog to walk and lose some weight!

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  3. I'd spend time catching up with sleep!

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  4. treat myself and read a couple of pages of a book! I cant remember the last time I had time to do that!

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  5. Watch what I want on the tv for a change, maybe a movie :-)

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  6. A long soak in the bath instead of a quick shower

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  7. I would have a sit down with a diet coke
    @thescrummymummy

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  8. I would spend the time reading or baking

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  9. I think I'd make a start on the "To Do When I Have a Minute" list.

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  10. Watch a long film like Lawrence of Arabia

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  11. Some extra cleaning!

    @ashlallan

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  12. Have a really good cup of coffee and read the paper

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  13. Catch up on sleep or if I was feeling energetic I would get down to the gym

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  14. feet up, watching telly with a class of vino!

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  15. at the moment, I would.....sleep!!

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  16. Read a book - the one thing i haven't managed to do since my daughter was born!

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  17. i would do some cooking or sewing

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  18. would have to be a long soak in the bath :)

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  19. I would spend more time on my craft projects!

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  20. spend some time on my patch work

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  21. spend some time on my patch work

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  22. I'd be writing a novel and dreaming of it making us a fortune :)

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  23. Start up my hobby of painting again! That would be lovely.

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  24. I would use the time for my hobby, online competitions. I love dreaming of what I could win.

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  25. The list is endless. Read a book, watch a film or have a long soak. Not done any for a long time.

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  26. feet up, coffe, chocolate biccies and a good book

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  27. If I had any spare time I'd like to play my drum kit often enough and for long enough to be good at it!

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  28. I'd spring clean the house.
    No, not really!
    I'd probably go outside and enjoy the sunshine and garden.

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  29. I'd catch up on all the reading I never have time to do!

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  30. I would read more if saved more time!

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  31. It would be such a shock to the system I would write a very long list of all the things I needed to do, at which point my time would be gone

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  32. Have a nice bath with some candles

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  33. Reading in the garden with a glass of wine :)

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  34. I would spend more time baking

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  35. All the hours that I spend when driving or just waiting…
    I would love to spend my time - learning roller skating!

    Or rather than (as I am now) a daily taxi service
    Learning how to do sky dives - if I’m not too nervous! :)

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  36. I would go for a lovely long walk with a friend.

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  37. Would probably start sorting the garden in time for summer

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  38. Put my feet up for once and have a well deserved cuppa and a biccie!

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  39. read with a nice cup of coffee

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  40. I would go to an art gallery, something I always think about doing, and rarely have time for!

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  41. I would catch up on housework and sleep

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  42. I would have a good sort through my wardrobe, its in desperate need of it

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  43. I would use the time to learn some Spanish which i've been wanting to do for a long time!!

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  44. I would go for a nice walk over the meadows

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  45. I would spend more time tinkering in the garden

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  46. I would make some delicious meals with recipes I have been dying to try out.

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  47. I hardly comment, but I looked through a few responses on "Win a �25 Sainsbury's Voucher with #taxicalculator".
    I do have a couple of questions for you if you tend not to mind.
    Could it be simply me or does it look as if like a few of
    these remarks appear like they are coming from brain dead people?

    :-P And, if you are writing at other online sites, I'd like to follow anything new you have to post. Would you list of the complete urls of all your social community pages like your linkedin profile, Facebook page or twitter feed?

    My blog post Related site

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  48. Fritter it away on loose women and liquor

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  49. I would chill out and give myself some much needed me time :)

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  50. I would go to my favourite shopping center for some retail therapy!

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  51. I'd love to try new recipes out and be a bit adventurous in the kitchen!

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  52. a nice hot bath and some 'me time' for a change

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  53. I'd do some oil painting

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  54. A good book in a bubble bath and a glass of wine.

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  55. having two teenaged children and currently being pregnant with baby 3 time is limited and precious , any spare time i get i usually end up napping as im absolutely tired all the time @chanson2010 on twitter

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  56. Read some of the books I've been wanting to

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  57. I would do some much needed Crafting and enjoy a lovely soak in the bath. xx

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  58. Read a book

    linz.1979@hotmail.co.uk
    Lynsey Buchanan

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  59. probably ironing, it certainly wouldn't be "me" time LOL

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  60. I would bake some cakes and read a book. :) x

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  61. I'd probably do some baking!

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  62. Try to actually finish a book! :)

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

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

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

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  66. I'd have a very bubbly bath (until the phone rang)

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  67. Just sit and enjoy the peace and quiet

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  68. I would settle down with a cuppa and a good book

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  69. I don't think I'd know what to do with myself! I would probably read a book, I haven't had time to do that since my honeymoon 4 years ago!

    @LSullySullivan

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  70. I would catch up on all the programs that I have recorded that never get a chance to watch!

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  71. I'd love to try my hand at writing :)

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  72. I would clean, I love having a clean house :)

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  73. getting some me time :) having a nap, taking a bath

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  74. I would finish the cross stitch stocking I started 2 years ago!

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  75. learn something new

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  76. I will relax and watch a movie! :D

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  77. Take some time to myself - a nice bubble bath, a good book and a hot chocolate! :)

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  78. I'd try to catch up with all my favourite tv programmes I have recorded but never get time to watch :)

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  79. i would have a long luxurious hot bath !

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  80. id bake some cakes!

    liaburns18@hotmail.co.uk

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  81. Go for longer walks with the dog, get back into knitting and crocheting, think about starting other crafts, and best of all, have a good nap!!!!

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  82. I'd go somewhere that took my breath away and take as many photographs as my time would allow - yes, that should do it!

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  83. Having a nice cup of coffee and some digestives :)

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