Giveaway: £25 Sainsbury’s Voucher

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Good news, folks! As a member of the Sainsbury’s Bank Family Blogger Network, I have a £25 Sainsbury’s voucher to giveaway on behalf of Sainsbury’s Bank loans.

How to enter:

Log in to Rafflecopter and enter the draw by leaving a blog post comment with your ideas for affordable family activities to do during the school holidays. You can also enter by tweeting about the giveaway, using the hashtag #SBschoolholidays, and by referring a friend to enter the giveaway.

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 3 April.

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Terms & Conditions:

This giveaway is open to all readers in the UK.
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 name and address of the winner will be passed to Sainsbury’s Bank, but will not be used for marketing purposes
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 7 days another winner may be chosen.
The winner will be chosen via Rafflecopter (which uses random.org) and announced on this page.
Entries using any software or automated process to make bulk entries will be disqualified.

Thank you for entering, good luck!

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150 thoughts on “Giveaway: £25 Sainsbury’s Voucher

  1. Painting egg competitions, let your imagination go wild, my daughter made a fantastic spider out of an egg

  2. Museums are amazing and usually free (just check before you go). Manchester has some great museums including the Museum of Science and Industry, the Manchester Museum, the Imperial War Museum, the People’s History Museum, Urbis, National Football Museum – to name but a few…

  3. We use our imagination, Indoor picnics in cold weather. building tents with our bed sheets. We also do lots of home made cooking.

  4. go to the local zoo…it can be a whole day trip and you can take a packed lunch to keep the price down, most of them do deals in the holidays and our local one has a castle as well so we get history thrown in…

  5. We have been making chocolate easter nest cakes, making easter bonnets. easter egg hunt in the garden and bike rides in the park.

  6. My youngest loves craft, last week we drew some our own Easter pictures, stuck them on to some card and then cut them up to make our own puzzles 🙂

  7. We’ve made good use of the beaches here at home in Pembrokeshire!! Beautiful, and totally free!!

  8. Have a cuddle and be prepared to make a fool of yourself and have a laugh. My daughter and I recorded a ‘happy birthday’ song to her friend together and in my daughters words ‘it was pretty cool’.

  9. If its raining we get the board games or jigsaws out – better for the brain thna computer games and the whole family can be involved.

  10. We have DVD days where everyone chooses a DVD , go to the pound shop and get popcorn chocolate,crisp and lots of juice .Draw the curtain put on the fairy lights and we are in our own cinema.Lot cheaper than taking four kids to the cinema

  11. I’m intending going cycling with my nephew down to the local Country Park – will be a laugh as I haven’t cycled for years and he is also going to have to show me the way on the cycle path – I’ve always driven to the park up until now :).

  12. My daughter loves anything that involves gluing and a pritt stick/PVA; she loves spending time cutting and gluing; a stock of coloured card, glitter and a pair of round ended safety scissors and her creations brighten up my home.

  13. We visit the museums, they’re free and there’s lots to do to keep the kids entertained, they often have specific kids things on during holiday as well.

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