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Tuesday, 17 July 2012

HUGE Tesco #Competition!

Win a £100 Tesco Voucher with The Tesco Baby Event

First off, let me tell you a little about the Tesco Baby Event itself. You can find some Amazing savings both instore and online between the 4Th and 22Nd of July. 


There's every day essentials like:

Huggies Super Dry Economy Packs                                              Now Half price £4.99 
All other Huggies nappies                                                                Now Up to 1/3 off
Pampers Active Fit and Baby Dry Jumbo Packs                          Now 2 for £20 (£12.99 each)
Selected Johnson’s Baby toiletries                                               Now Buy One Get One Free 95p
Johnson’s Gentle Cleansing/Extra Sensitive Baby Wipes                
Tesco Easy Fit Pants Carry Packs (Maxi/Extra Large)                Now £2.66 (was £3.55)
Tesco Super Fit Carry Packs                                                          Now £3.66 (was £4.88)
Tesco Baby Essentials Carry Packs                                              Now £3.51 (was £4.68)
There's Great offers on formula and baby milk:

SMA Follow on Milk (900g)                                                           Now £6 (was £8.99)
Aptamil Growing Up Milk 1+ yr (900g)                                         Now £6.49 (was £8.49)
Ella’s Kitchen Nibbly Fingers                                                        Now £1.89 (was £2.29)
Plum Muesli & Plum Porridge                                                       Now 2 for £5 (£3.44 each)    

Savings on Mummy pampering:

Cussons Mum and Me range                                                        Save 1/3



And Deals On Bigger Baby Items & Accessories too:


Avent Microwave Steriliser                                                        Now Half price £12.72 (was £25.42)
Tommee Tippee Explora First Grown Up Cutlery Set            Now Half price £2.49 (was £4.99)
Mamas & Papas Pushchair Package with Footmuff and Raincover                Now £65
Nania Group 2-3 High Back Car Seat                                                                  Now £25


There's so many great deals to be had! I have got a great deal for you too! If you enter my new competition below you could win a whopping £100 Tesco Voucher to spend on what ever you like! How amazing would that be? What would you spend it on? If your expecting a baby or have a little one, this would be a fantastic prize. So, who's in?

THE COMPETITION!


Please Enter Using The Raffle Copter Form Below, It can be slow loading so please give it a second. Good Luck.




a Rafflecopter giveaway

226 comments:

  1. I would spend it on some fab clothes for my little man. I love Tesco's clothes - they are really trendy and a fraction of the cost in the high street!

    Thanks for an amazing giveaway :)

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  2. I would stock up on essentials such as wipes and nappies for when bump arrives. I would also pack my hospital bag full of necessities and a few goodies!

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  3. I would use it towards my son's birthday party and if any left a little treat for myself

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  4. Micky Ricketts17 July 2012 at 10:13

    I would spend the vouchers on new clothes for my 2 boys, we are going to the seaside soon so this would be great.

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  5. I would give this to my sister and she can buy some veg and fruit for the house and maybe nice plates :)

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  6. If I won the £100 on Sunday I would splash out on food and drink for my pals and I. I'm 32 -ekkk on Sunday 22nd!

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  7. i would use it towards a present and some yummy food for my daughters 7th birthday in september

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  8. i would get a head start on the xmas shopping for sure! fingers crossed xxxxx

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  9. If I won I'd stock up the freezer as it's looking very bare at the moment.

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  10. I would spend some on my mum because I wouldn't be a great mum without her, and I would spend some on my daughter because I am so happy to be her mum, then I would treat myself :)

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  11. I'd spend it on a normal food shop as food has gotten so expensive =( x

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  12. If I won then I would spend it on baby items for my 3rd baby due in October. I need to buy everything again as I have 2 daughters and am finally having a boy!! woop woop!! This would really help my wallet. Thanks for the giveaway x

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  13. Food! School Uniform!! More food!! :-D xx

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  14. I would spend the money on nappies, wipes and toiletries for the boys. I go through so much bubble bath and shampoo as my boys love nothing more than playing in sand, mud, and anywhere else they can get as dirty as possible.

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  15. I'd spend some on my best friend and her new born, the rest I would use for the pricier bits of my weekly shop, stocking up on washing powder, toilet roll etc.

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  16. I would spend it on food and toiletries

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  17. I would treat us to some "posh" coffee instead of the value range!

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  18. I would fill up the cupboards half for me & half for Lisa as she's moving back into her own flat in the next couple of weeks :( I'll miss her. That's what I'd do half each x x

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  19. i would get a new cooker as my one broke and i hate not baking with the kids x

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  20. i would really enjoy having some spare money for treats, tesco is fab as it has much more than food to enjoy.x

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  21. I would use it to buy household goods for when my son moves into his new shared uni house in september.

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  22. My niece has just had her first baby and I'd spend half of it on treats for him. With the other half I'd buy some foodie treats and have the family over for a get together.

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  23. I would love to say I would spend it on something specific but our household budget is quite stretched so I would stock up on all the essentials, food, kids stuff, cleaning stuff and it really wouldn't take very long to spend

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  24. I would stock up on all baby things for my 3 week old Amelia Lily Rose It's never ending buying nappies and wipes and clothes etc

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  25. i would buy food and drink and have a nice bbq for my family (if the weather improved)! x

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  26. My close friend is due in 6 weeks so I woul love to get her a few baby essentials to lighten the load before baby comes .. And I have an eating problem ... There's no food in my fridge! So a stock up on healthy tasty food would be Wonderful!

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  27. An amazon Kindle...or treats for my nieces and nephews :)

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  28. i'd treat the family to some entertainment (games/toys) to keep them amused during the holidays

    @claireishoop

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  29. Some new clothes for myself and my OH & some bits for the new neices & nephews i have coming in January!

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  30. I'd make a start on getting my 2 girls school uniforms for September xxx

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  31. I'd stock up my cupboards with some yummy treats & even start my christmas shopping!

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  32. I would spend it on some nice new bras and knickers :D

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  33. A slap up meal for my family and some posh wine.

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  34. I would buy something for me!

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  35. i would get loads of things for the new baby we are expecting. and some goodies for the little man too :)

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  36. I would use it for clothes for the children, as I love their clothing range.

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  37. I would treat my little grandchildren x

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  38. I would spend it on food for my famliy as my son is eating me out of house and home!

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  39. I would keep hold of it till just before Christmas as it's my daughters 18th birthday 2 weeks before, then I'd buy a load of party food :) thank you for the chance to win the brilliant prize x

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  40. I wouls buy loads of healthy fruit veg and meats, that I could make loads of dinners and freeze them, keep me and my wee lad going for ages

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  41. Food, new clothes, some chocolate. I would use it for everyone!

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  42. I would use the vouchers to start getting the kids uniforms in for next term, my eldest son's uniform has changed for this term with more expensive items added, this would be a great help to get the essentials in that are required for them both :-)

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  43. If I won your amazing competition I'd use the money to buy school uniform for my little boy who's starting school in September & some garden toys to keep the boys busy this summer! :)

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  44. great giveaway -i'd be spending mine on uniform for my 4 kids, a paddling pool for the garden (if we get some sun) and a book to read for me!

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  45. I would give it to my friend who had a 'surprise baby' a few weeks back, when she thought she only had indigestion! She had nothing in and could use the voucher to buy the stuff she needs for the new baby :)! Dee Dmonte @WISHGIRL123

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  46. My eldest starts Reception in September. Tesco's have great uniform essentials. We all exciting abot his big day and want him to look his best. I also need a mircowave, kettle & toaster. So I have definitely put the rest of the money towards these.

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  47. I'd use the prize for essential everyday food and clothes.

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  48. I would buy.loads of nappes and wipes for robyn and pull ups for my nathan then loads of uniforms for the other two @caznthe4devils

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  49. great giveaway I would share this with my four grandchildren treat them to something nice/!!!

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  50. i would buy some party nibbles for carsons 4th bday, make it extra special!! xx

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  51. I'd spend it on Tesco clothing for the whole family! We're going on our very first family holiday in August! It's been a big push financially so extra cash to buy holiday clothes would be a god send! :) Thanks for fab comp! I saw your conversation with Ness on twitter about Klout scores so I've given you some points to help you get it back up again :) @hannahmdy

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  52. Tracy Pritchard17 July 2012 at 11:47

    Id get my little girls school uniform and then put the rest away for christmas x

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  53. I would spend it on groceries as we get through loads and its so expensive these days

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  54. I would save it for my Xmas shop, and go halfers with My mam for her shopping too.

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  55. I would spend £100 on food and school uniforms :) boring I know but have 3 lots to pay for so it would help me out loads xx

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  56. I would use it on school uniform for my eldest as they do a great range and then with the rest I would put towards my youngest daughters birthday for when she turns 2.

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  57. Id spend it on baby things for my daughter due in October, need loads of things so this would be so handy x

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  58. I would use it for baby clothes and toys for granddaughter and hold some back for nearer Christmas.

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  59. baby wipes. you can never have too many baby wipes. and maybe some clothes for both of us and a bone for the dog.

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  60. I would use it to stock up on baby essentials as we're hoping to start a family very soon @mrsshilts

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  61. Great competition. I would stock up on fun garden things.

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  62. I would buy some christmas presents - start them early! :)

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  63. i'd spend it on myself because as you know being a mummy you don't get any spare money to treat yourself

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  64. I would buy a second kindle so that I have something to read when the boy is reading mine! =)

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  65. I would put it towards christmas prezzies

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  66. i would spend it on kids school uniform,tesco has quality one ,and holiday will be over soon after a month rain,we all going to be happy that school started again

    martin gashi fb

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  67. I would keep it and spend it around Christmas so everyone in the family could enjoy it and have a treat :) x

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  68. my sis in law and the new baby due at xmas especially after a hard year as she lost her step dad and her mum within months of each other

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  69. I would spend it all on my son whos 2 at christmas

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  70. Mary-Anne Barry17 July 2012 at 14:07

    Spend it on clothes and a toy for my son

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  71. i'd spend it on new mobile phone for my son as I washed his in washing machine and if theres any left Ill get picnic things and have a picnic outdoors weather permitting

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  72. I would buy some nappies, wipes and clothes x

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  73. Rebecca Beesley17 July 2012 at 14:39

    I would actually go to a Tesco store to use it for my weekly shop so that I could spend some time shopping - sorry that doesn't sound very exciting but I have just switched to tesco online shopping for all my groceries since having my third baby. I found that it was impossible to home school the two boys (eldest with aspergers so can be very hard work!) and get to the shop. so I would use this as the perfect excuse for a bit of me time even if it is to get the weekly shop.

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  74. As im Due in 6 weeks, i could do with loads of nappies and wipes :-)

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  75. Amazing prize! I would put it towards our weekly shopping and nursery clothes for little man! :) x

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  76. Amazing competition, thank you for this opportunity xx

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  77. I would buy lot's of fruit, vegetables and lots of fresh food to make my kids good wholesome homecooked food

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  78. I would treat my 4 kids to some new games & crafty bits to keep the occupied through the summer holidays! :D x
    @emmajones84

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  79. I'd treat my mum, she's not been very well lately, and i'd love to spoil her :D

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  80. Nappies, nappies & more nappies! Would be fab if I could stockpile a few boxes :)

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  81. I would spend it on the items that bump up a weekly shop like Coffee, Washing powder, cheese, etc
    I find it sooooo expensive now! A top up shop is now the equivalent of a normal weeks shopping! It is so expensive in this country now..... So yes would just be boring and buy things I could keep back and maybe start Xmas food shopping and buy tins, packet items with long use by dates!!

    Amazing comp Chris xxx

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  82. Oh its got to be a kindle ive wanted one for so long

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  83. Kirsty Townsley17 July 2012 at 17:13

    I have 2 boys and as you know it can get so expensive.. i would use this to buy them some new clothes, they grow so quickly i just can't seem to keep up!! Thank you and good luck to everyone :) x

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  84. It would go towards new school shoes for next term! I have four little ones who all need new shoes and uniforms so the Summer holidays is very expensive for me!!!

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  85. I'd spend it on dresses for my granddaughters. And two lovely steaks and a bottle of wine for me and OH!

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  86. my eldest starts school in sept so i would buy him some uniform & cute outfit for my youngest, oh and nappies definitely :)

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  87. I'd spend it on the food shop but throw in a few "guilty pleasures" that I normally wouldn't be buying!

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  88. I would stock up on groceries, and buy something nice for myself

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  89. I'd spend some of it on work wear for my daughter as she needs to look very smart from September. The rest I would use on a lovely meal for us all to enjoy together.

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  90. i would treat the family to some nice luxury biscuits and cakes.

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  91. I would do the weekly shop but add a few Luxery items such as clothes & a toy for Sophie

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  92. I love the Halo n' Horns brand for children. I use them myself so some of my £100 would go on that. Chocolates next!

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  93. Would love a slow cooker, but probably spend on clothes for kids and some treats for us all. Fantastic competition x Sue Peart @peartsue61

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  94. fabbo comp :) it would help towards the weekly shop but also a few treats for my boys :) xx

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  95. If I won, Almost all of it would go on my lovely Kiddies as they have put up with my Belt tightening, with very few complaints. Would love to see their delight as they pick out toys as it has been so long since they have had a treat. For myself, i would have to buy a New York Cheesecake to keep me busy while they play with their new things LOL

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  96. I would stock up on all those necessities for my ikkle bean, (nappies, wipes, baby vests, etc.)

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  97. I'd spend it on clothes for the kids & put some towards our weekly shopping :)

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  98. I would spend it on clothes for the family.

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  99. I'm getting a much needed new freezer in a couple of weeks, so I'd use these vouchers to stock it up.

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  100. I would have to spend it on garden equipment and toys for my two boys because I've heard there's a heatwave coming and the hosepipe ban has been lifted, so we can't wait to get the paddling pool out :0)

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  101. I would spend it on essentials for my children nappies, wipes etc anything that saves money on the usual monthly shop and as Tesco say 'every little helps' x

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  102. I would spend it on essentials for my children nappies, wipes etc anything that saves money on the usual monthly shop and as Tesco say 'every little helps' x

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  103. I would spend it on essentials for my children nappies, wipes etc anything that saves money on the usual monthly shop and as Tesco say 'every little helps' x

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  104. I would buy some new clothes for my son and a range of things to make up baby baskets for my friends who are pregnant.

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  105. I would spend it on White Rum and coke with a few limes just to help with my 5 a day

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  106. I would buy some teething toys, bowls and cutlery to start weaning our little man, A paddling pool for our two water babies (girls), A football for our bigger boy and some yummy food so we can have a bbq whilst the children play with their goodies x

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  107. I would spend it on myself, that sounds cruel - but its very rare I get treats, when we go shopping its always a rush to get everything in the trolly, bagged, paid for and out the door before the children start screaming the place down and I end up battling off frowns from onlookers.

    Id buy luxury shower gels, shampoos and beauty treats that I wouldn't normally buy. Make a change from stores own brands - ooh and a chocolate cake! yummy.

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  108. Lots of baby clothes, wipes etc for my sister who is pregnant.

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  109. i would spend it on my daughters birthday at the end of this month xxxx fingers crossed x

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  110. I'd fill my fridge, freezer and all the cupboards in preparation for SUMMER HOLIDAYS! Totally my fave kid and fun filled time of year!

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  111. i'd spend it on new baby things for a close friend who's pregnant but too superstitious to buy things. i'd store it and give it to her when she gave birth as a nice surprise x

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  112. I would stock the fridge up with lots of yummy fruit and veg, fresh meats etc and then get the cupboards stocked with tins soup, beans, pasta etc I would also get some chocolates and wine as a treat for myself x

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  113. Clothes and school uniform for my son

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  114. I'd stock up on supplies for my lovely 5 week old son, also treat him to some cute new clothes and maybe a naughty dessert and some munchies for me and hubster to share whilst watching a dvd when the little man goes to bed on a weekend :)

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  115. I would treat the whole family to a fancy dinner and a DVD... or 2 lol

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  116. My sons birthday is coming up and it would be great to get him all the things he wants.

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  117. I would spend the £100 on: food and boring stuff (because it mounts up) and birthday goodies for my niece, who turns two soon x

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  118. I would spend the £100 on getting some Christmas shopping done! Never too early to start when you have kids!

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  119. Wow, £100 is a LOT!! I'd spend it on nappies, wipes, swimmers, for our holiday in September, and throw in a few extras, maybe a swimsuit (for me of course!) and maybe a bottle of wine. Excellent comp!

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  120. claire thomson little18 July 2012 at 12:00

    I'd use it to stock up on nappies and baby milk kid's are expensive especially when you have 2 babies that need expensive essentials

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  121. I would put it towards my sons seventh birthday party which is at the end of August

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  122. Tisha Mitchell-Goodson18 July 2012 at 12:06

    This would definitely come in handy at Christmas time & make my two little monkeys very happy :-)!

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  123. A LOT of healthy fruit, veg and basic essentials

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  124. Jeremy Andrews18 July 2012 at 12:11

    I would spend it all on 1 mega amazing meal with drinks.

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  125. Its my daughter's christening next month and then my son's third birthday in September so I would use it to purchase food for those two events!

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  126. What a geat comp @kellygannon2006

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  127. I would put it towards an Xbox!

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  128. My ten year old son and four year old daughter share a birthday at the end of August, then one week later its my dad and brothers birthday on the 6th September which they again share! Then its my mums one week after that! It can get pretty expensive! I would love to be able to throw a big party for my son and daughter, while they are both young enough to not mind it being together! I can see future birthdays being more of a hassle! lol.Great giveaway!

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  129. I would probably be practical and start the new school uniform shopping!

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  130. Stacy Fenemore18 July 2012 at 12:22

    I would prob spend it on nappies and wipes oh and a sneaky bottle of wine and dvd for me ;-)

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  131. I would buy my daughter a blu ray player as she is desperate for one!
    JoJo Young

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  132. I need need need a smartphone (not sure it will make me smarter!) but it will help me blog out and about! So the £100 and sweet talking my family for birthday money promised would pay for it. Fab comp

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  133. Honestly? I say I'd spend it on myself, but I know I'd end up buying a whole load of baby things with it!!!

    Fab Competition.

    sarcorbett@yahoo.com

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  134. Nigel Hollingsworth18 July 2012 at 12:34

    Think I would get a bicycle to try to get fit with :)

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  135. OMG fab comp i would love the Little Tikes Junior Evergreen Activity Gym i wouls so get that if i could it would help my daughter so much .xxxx

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  136. i'd spend it on cake mixes to keep the kids entertained during the school holidays

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  137. School uniform and groceries

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  138. i would spend it on school uniform for the new school year and for some birthday presents for my son`s 8th birthday in august.

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  139. i would give half to my daughter to stock up on clothes for college as Tesco's clothing is really nice and cheap too. Not that she really needs any clothes, but they never come in wrong. The other half I would use to start a stock pile of groceries and cleaning products that are BOGOF or are on special offer as they are worth stocking up on when on offer.

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  140. Food, clothes and a bottle of wine for me.

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  141. I would give it to my mum for our food shopping.

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  142. Groceries. Food & bills are a struggle right now and keeping hungry bellies filled up is a priority.

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  143. Clothes and food!

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  144. Geraldine O'Gorman18 July 2012 at 13:10

    Clothes (much needed), and food glorious food!

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  145. I would buy myself some clothes... A businessy dress or suit, and something a bit more racey for making me feel better. If you look good you feel good apparently.

    Julie

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  146. I will buy my mum a big bunch of flowers and a bottle of wine for all her help,
    Ill buy my boys a toy each and all their bags and pencils and books for starting school.
    Ill buy my hubby a nice big steak and cook him a romantic meal to show him i do appreciate him even when i forget to show it and just to say thank you!

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  147. I would buy myself some clothes... A businessy dress or suit, and something a bit more racey for making me feel better. If you look good you feel good apparently.

    Julie

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  148. hello

    I would put it towards a new telly (from tesco) as ours makes a terrible sound and has a big grey patch on the screen.

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  149. hello

    I would put it towards a new telly (from tesco) as ours makes a terrible sound and has a big grey patch on the screen.

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  150. I would put it towards the weekly shop

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  151. I would stock up on nappies and wipes while they are on a great offer!

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  152. I Would buy some of your beautiful clothes for my three grand-children.x

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  153. Oooh, probably new school uniform for Small, a pretty party dress for Smaller and stock up on half price nappies for Smallest :) @pipersky1

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  154. I'd stock up on washing powder and dishwasher tablets

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  155. Would love to win this! Would really help towards my daughters second birthday which is coming up in a few weeks! Fingers crossed! ♥

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  156. Christmas presents for my little girl!

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  157. Christmas presents for my little girl!

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  158. Christmas presents for my little girl!

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  159. Clothes for my bubba, and some Xmas pressies for him too!

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  160. OMGoodness! I wouldn't know where to start!! Perhaps the clothing section to (sadly) buy more wellies....then the alcohol aisle to get Baileys to drown my sorrows - we decided on a staycation this year, and we're off to Devon on Saturday, which seems to be under water at the moment. Hey ho!

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  161. Really no contest, as with most of our spare money now-a-days it will to that little spoilt monkey Grace, well that is what Grandparents are for. It will be nice to buy her some clothes and hit the magazine rack for all those rather expensive pre-shool publications. Might be a few pennies over for us.

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  162. I would stock up on Nappies while they are on a good deal and probably treat myself to a cream cake !

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  163. lots of clothes and toys for my little man :)

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  164. I would buy clothes and nappies. Paige is growing out of thing far too quickly :) Xx

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  165. I would buy my son some new clothes. He only has to look at them & he has outgrown them!!

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  166. i'd get a start on christmas presents

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  167. I'd stock up my present cupboard with gifts for new babies - there seems to be so many at the moment. I'd spend the rest on stocking up our food cupboards with all those little but expensive items.

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  168. A summer BBQ party for the kids to celebrate the start of the Olympic games

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  169. I would spend it on my daughter and buy some outdoor toys for her to use in the garden.

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  170. Christmas is coming so would be nice to put towards food or presents

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  171. My daughter is having her first baby end of August doting Gran I love all the baby clothes YAY retail therapy !!!

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  172. I would buy my daughter's new School uniform and some treats for our (hopefully) forthcoming summer picnics!

    Thanks for another great giveaway xxx

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  173. pizza....lol no i would get all my essentials for the new baby arriving real soon

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  174. Would get some lovely clothes for my 3 kids. Thanks x

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  175. I think I would save it towards Christmas.

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  176. I would be completely selfish and buy myself some clothes - I have kids and cats so most of my stuff looks a little 'dragged through a hedge backwards' with holes and fluff bobbles. :-)

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  177. If I won I would spend on it stuff for the kids for school as Dylan starts high school in September and Tiana starts school for the first and it can be such a huge expense buying everything they need so this would be a huge help

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  178. I would probably buy a slow cooker and a dinner service

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  179. With my first baby due in a few weeks I'd stock up on the essentials and a lovely outfit to come home from hospital in.

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  180. I would prob spend it on food coz major skint atm! Plus some clothes for my three kiddies. Blogging has lead me to an ice cream addiction too so might be able to fill the freezer with Ice Cream if I won!

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  181. I would stock up on nappies and food for the kids xx

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  182. i would spend it on toys for my sons birthday x

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  183. I would buy wipes, a treat for my unborn niece/nephew & school things for the others.

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  184. Christmas presents for my son, nieces and nephews :)

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  185. I would buy my husband something nice as he has been in absolute tower of strength since I was rushed into hospital unexpectedly. I don't know what I would have done without him over the last 4 weeks. :)

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  186. It would come in handy as my son has just had a growth spurt so really needs some new clothes, i would also stock up on essentials like nappies and wet wipes.

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  187. My grandaughter is 5 in August I would use it to treat her on her birthday :)

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  188. Its my 2 sons birthdays on 19th & 29th August so i would spend it on them xxx

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  189. Some flowers for my mum...just because she's beautiful x maybe some clothes, I packed loads of to the charity shop so now i need to stock up again!

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  190. Would use it to buy Hugo new clothes, at 5 week's, he is growing so fast.

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  191. Emily Jane Ann Nelson21 July 2012 at 01:47

    Our little girl is due in 6 weeks, So i would use £50 towards nappies, wipes and the basic essentials we need. And the other £50 for my little boy for some new clothes, and something he can buy the new baby to make him feel more involved.

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  192. I would get lots of nappies for my little boy, some treats for him and my daughter and a lovely Tesco Finest meal deal for me and the hubby.

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  193. I WOULD PUT IT TOWARDS SCHOOL UNIFORM IN SEPTEMBER

    EVA AVELTE FB

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  194. With five grandchildren, three of them less than one year old, it would be spent in no time at all !

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  195. Towards my little girls birthday party next week and just general food and baby essentials such as nappies and wipes as am very poor atm :-( xxx

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  196. A spot of school uniform, some wet wipes, vests for the kids and a massive chocolate cake!

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  197. Oooh the sun has finally arrived this morning, so I think I'd buy a barbie or some nice garden stuff :o)

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  198. I put the wrong name that i follow your blog as into the rafflecopter entry. i follow as adele Baxter not fairydust xx

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