30 July 2013

Win a £40 Amazon Voucher!


Who doesn't love a freebie? *tumbleweed blows silently across the room*  I thought not.

When the lovely people over at Appliances Online offered to furnish one of my loyal readers with a free £40 Amazon voucher, how could I pass up that offer?  No way Jose!

All you need to do, is have a little think about what you would spend £40 on.  Remember that at Amazon, you can purchase just about anything....

from these (the perfect summer holiday accessory)....
to this (for the kiddies to cool down in over the summer).....


or even 10 of these (when the heat's got that little bit too much!)




Yes, any of the above items can be purchased from Amazon for under £40 or of course you can pick out something of your choice.

Just complete the Rafflecopter below and then leave a comment, telling me what you would spend the £40 on.  Couldn't be simpler!  The competition will be open until midnight on 7th August.  I will contact the lucky winner within 3 days from that date.

On your marks, get set, go!

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Terms & Conditions

  • Entrants must be over 18
  • Only open to UK residents
  • A blog comment must be left in order for the competition entry to be valid
  • A £40 Amazon voucher will be sent direct to the winner from Appliances Online.  No alternative options are available.
  • The winner must respond within 7 days
  • Competition closes at midnight on 7/8/13.
















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242 comments:

  1. Possibly save it for when we move to get house stuff, but may be tempted to treat myself to a kindle instead!

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  2. Toys for my daughter probably!

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  3. Amazon have a fab selection of special needs toys for kids, and with three with special needs, that's what I would do! *crossing fingers*

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  4. I would put it towards a new kitchenaid bowl, as I always need it!

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  5. Some more tunes and audiobooks to keep the children entertsined in the car on our holiday trips

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  6. Buying Huggies nappies for Baby B. Since they've stopped selling them in the UK I've struggled to find a brand that I like as much :(

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  7. I need a new toaster as mine is playing up so I am using the grill in the oven at the moment

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  8. i would use it to buy both my daughters a princess costume each as they are lucky enough to be going to disneyland paris with their gran soon but i cannot afford to buy them a dress each.

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  9. My daughter is 9 months old and I am trying to read to her every day, even if she just tries to eat the book! So I'd love to spend a £40 Amazon voucher on some new books for her.

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  10. I would put it towards a new kitchen blender as mine has decided to die on me!

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  11. Expecting my first baby in september. Would put the voucher towards buying a car seat for her

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  12. i owuld spend it on cat food for my 2 cats, and then a book or dvd for me!

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  13. Books for my kindle, so I can lose myself in my imagination whilst small children are attempting to kill each other

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  14. Vicky Limerick30 July 2013 09:54

    I would use it to get something baby related, like some monitors, as I am due to have a little girl in September

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  15. i would buy some new kitchen accessories.

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  16. Fab prize. We must be the only family in the country not to have a paddling pool at the moment, so it would be great to win and buy one for my little curly girly.

    http://asaucystitch.blogspot.co.uk

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  17. My younger son is obsessed with Peppa Pig, we'd probably buy more Peppa goodies

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  18. I need to get a Spirograph for my niece.

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  19. I would spend it on buying some cds.

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  20. Id love lots of new books :)

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  21. I would buy something for my husband as he never gets anything for himself, it is always us that get things. It would be lovely to see him choose something just for him, no one else allowed!! he works so hard as a carer for me and is ill himself just now awaiting an exploratory operation to check something isn't the big C, so I really would treat him for a change, I am sure he would appreciate it more than words could say.

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  22. I would put it towards a kindle fire for the hubby

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  23. Would buy a Breville Blend Active to make my protein shakes in ...

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  24. I would put it towards a juicer

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  25. I would put it towards a beer making kit for the hubby

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  26. We will be re-painting our living room and kitchen this weekend, so I would spend it on accessories to give it a fresh new look!

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  27. So Camping Equipment would be really great for family fun

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  28. I can't decide between buying toys and treats for my dog or giving it to my son to help with all the costs of university - what a dreadful mother I am!

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  29. Books for my little boy :)

    Hele

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  30. A mini chopper as I hate chopping garlic, onions and herbs :) xx

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  31. Not gonna pretend like I wouldn't buy a toaster!

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  32. Books on interior decoration to repair the damage the kids will wreak this summer holiday!

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  33. I have thinninh hair, so use specialist hair products. Amazon is one of the only places I can get them, so that is where my voucher will go.

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  34. id spend it on something for my daughters birthday x

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  35. I would use it to purchase some Christmas presents for my grandchildren

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  36. Towards a baby monitor for my daughter

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  37. A clothes airer as mine has just broken

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  38. I would put it towards a new kitchenaid bowl, as I always need it! - See more at: http://www.3childrenandit.com/2013/07/win-40-amazon-voucher.html#sthash.15UN0qfe.dpuf

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  39. I would just type in "Cath Kidston" as I so often do then instead of just sighing and clicking "exit" I would actually buy something! Fingers crossed- mummy needs a new bag. And a brolly. Or maybe some mugs....

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  40. I would use it to buy or put money towards an MP3 player for when I go to the Gym, I love music and find it very motivating.

    http://www.ourworldandautism.com

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  41. probably more dvds for my collection

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  42. New lunch and school bags for the kids

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  43. i would put it towards a watch

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  44. I would put it towards an iPad for university

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  45. I'd buy a paddling pool for my great niece

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  46. some toys would come in handy!

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  47. I've got my children's birthdays coming p so I would spend it on toys

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  48. I will be starting to decorate my daughter's nursery soon (we have just moved in to a new home). So the money would go towards stuff for that :)

    mrshippoandme.blogspot.co.uk x

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  49. Ellie Biglam30 July 2013 11:57

    I'd spend it on lots of lovely books to read while I'm on maternity leave.

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  50. Books, books, books, books...

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  51. I'm moving home any day now so I would spend the voucher on something for my new home. Maybe put the money towards the cost of a lawnmower or some patio furniture. Or I may just spoil myself and get some more books - you can never have enough books!

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  52. Rosemary Emery30 July 2013 12:50

    I would search Amazon for the best bargains and discounts for that day hopefully for a new duvet set. :)

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  53. It will go towards a bouncy castle for the kids

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  54. I'd buy Christmas presents. I like to stock up through the year so I don't have it all to do in December :)

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  55. A birthday pressie for my eldest, she is 5 this year ;-)

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  56. Michelle Sykes30 July 2013 13:22

    A new dog bed - he liked the last one so much he ate it!!

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  57. Toys and Games for children

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  58. I'd buy a new keyboard and mouse for my computer.

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  59. I would get some new board games and books for the kids!

    Ashleigh Allan

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  60. David Paterson dgrp@live.co.uk30 July 2013 13:40

    Books

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  61. I'd buy a Moshi Monster 3DS game for my son to play on over the summer holidays :D

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Moshi-Monsters-Moshlings-Theme-Nintendo/dp/B0087OTRU0/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1375188597&sr=8-1&keywords=moshi+monster+3ds+game

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  62. I would spend it on my son's birthday presents.

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  63. some outdoor garden toys :)

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  64. perhaps quite a boring answer but i'll spend it on my children. I have a 14 yr ld sn and 13 yr old daughter about to get their life changed forever when their new little sister arrives in a few weeks lol @chanson2010

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  65. I would use it towards my eldest's gadgety Christmas present!

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  66. I have my eye on a few dresses for my holidays so would treat myself to one of those

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  67. I'd dither over books, cds, Cath Kidston goodies, etc then probably end up spending it on a birthday or Xmas gift for my daughter :)

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  68. A present for my little'un's 3rd Birthday, gotta love those little unwrapping smiles! :)

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  69. a new original branded mains lead for my computer

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  70. My brother and his girlfriend are having their 1st baby ( little girl) in December so i would get something special for my only niece :0)

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  71. I would buy a new dinner set my plates are well past their best

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  72. I think , knowing me it would probably be spent on books, journals and maybe something for the hubby to put for christmas!

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  73. I would put the £40 voucher towards a kettle and toaster for my new home in my new life as a single mum!

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  74. I'd buy some perfume for me and my mum.

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  75. I WOULD BUY BLUE RAY PLAYER

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  76. I would buy some baby items ready for our September arrival!

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  77. Lots of crafty bits and bobs to keep the kids entertained during the holidays x

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  78. We've just redecorated our kitchen so I'd get some accessories for that...or maybe soft furnishings for my bedroom as I'm a total sucker for cushions and throws!!

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  79. My son is having some anxiety issues at the moment and his support worker recommended buying a trampoline to increase his serotonin levels. That's what I would buy.... a trampoline!

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  80. Some new floor tiles for my bathroom to replace the ones the puppy ate!

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  81. I'd buy a new kettle. Mine is falling to bits but it still works so I'm loathe to get rid of it!

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  82. it's gonna sound a bit odd but jewellers tools, that is files, possibly a hammer and one or two other bits,,,been trying to make a ring this afternoon and realised I need a few things :P

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  83. Probably use it to send something nice to my Mum back in the UK!

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  84. Robert Ferguson30 July 2013 19:23

    I would buy a few Blu-rays.

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  85. I'd like a soft topper for my mattress. Not very exciting! :)

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  86. Need to do up the boys room soon when Sam goes in to share so probably duvet covers, light shades etc, failing that probably bit for the boys for theor birthday's/xmas x

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  87. A canvass print for our new house.

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  88. Flora Scarabello30 July 2013 20:08

    As many bars of chocolate as I can with £40.

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  89. Would spend it on getting some much needed storage space!

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  90. Would use it to buy a tablet as I've had my eye on an Android one that's been £59.99 and is now down to £38! Would be even better if it was free :D

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  91. cushions for my garden chairs

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  92. Watchdogs :)

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  93. I would buy some games for my kids. :)

    @rachiegr

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  94. I would put it towards an ice cream maker

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  95. probably some dvd's for my grandson to watch, or books to read on my night shifts

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  96. I'd put it towards new washing machine!

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  97. Its my daughter's birthday at the end of September so I would get the Peppa Pig house and people she desperately wants but I can't quite afford at the moment!

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  98. Back to school stationery - boring but essential.

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  99. A new dinner set - we're down to three matching plates!

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  100. I'd spend it on some DVDs for hubby, some graphic novels for me and some books for my little one. :)

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  101. LEGO Friends for my daughter's birthday

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  102. 1st born due in November so a baby monitor

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  103. a new microwave ours is awaful

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  104. I think I'd have to feed my Moomin addiction - now Amazon does stationery and a whole host of other accessories. Helen

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  105. Oh I think something nice for the house or to partly pay for a soup cooker :D

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  106. put it towards a ps4

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  107. Kids DVD's to keep them entertained on the inevitable rainy days during the holidays

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  108. Books for my son for colllege

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  109. my daughter is expecting my first grandchild so it i won i would buy something for when the baby is born :)

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  110. books for my book worm hubby :)

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  111. cinema for the fpur of us, and snacks and maybe a drink in the pub after

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  112. I would treat my girls...Probably a new toy or two each :)

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  113. I would spend it on xmas presents for my family, can't start soon enough with loads of family to cater for

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  114. I would put it towards a new set of towels for the bathroom

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  115. T. Mitchell-Goodson31 July 2013 23:10

    I would definitely use it to start some early Christmas shopping for my little monkeys :-).

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  116. It's my son's first birthday in September so I'd probably put it towards a Smart Trike!

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  117. Kathryn Raney1 August 2013 15:44

    Some of my friends at Kerith are so good at doing little things to bless people, just because they can!! It's such a pleasure to do this and I really want to do that more and so I would buy lots of nice cards to write messages for people and to buy little treats for the wonderful people in my life :) X

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  118. I would put it towards christmas presents

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  119. Kindle books for reading whilst relaxing on a sunlounger in the garden

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  120. Christmas presents! Always thinking ahead!

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  121. books, books and more books... and maybe some origami paper too :)

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  122. Xmas presents! I like to get in there early to save time and money!

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  123. I really want to get my son a bookcase so would put it towards that

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  124. Charlotte Ingham2 August 2013 20:28

    I'd put it towards a blu-ray player :)

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  125. I'd spend it on some Technic Lego. My son has his eye on some and it would keep him busy over the holidays :)

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  126. I would load some new books on my kindle for my holidays

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  127. At the risk of sounding incredible dull I would have to be sensible and spend it on 'back to school' stuff for the kids. My youngest starts school in September and my eldest needs some new bits - I just can't afford to treat myself to non-essentials at the moment. Would be great to get lunchboxes and school bags from Amazon if I won :-)

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  128. I'm due to start university in September so I have collection of books that I need to buy, I would buy a book and then get the kiddies something crafty to keep them amused for 10 minutes of the holidays :-)

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  129. katrina walsh3 August 2013 15:03

    the new text books my son needs for college - they are sooo expensive!

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  130. A family sized swimming pool would be fab

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  131. I would put it towards some new trainers for my hubby

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  132. Game of thrones season 2

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  133. Sooooo much to choose from... but as it's the summer hols I'd probably go with items to keep my girls entertained so outdoor chalk, face paints, craft boxes and sticker books! You can get a lot with £40 :)

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  134. E-books for my husband he a major book-worm and everyone donates (birthday and fathers day money to amazon for them) which I duly spend whoops (unintentionally) so I would like to replace his book fund LOL xxx

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  135. I would spend it on real books. They are great value as I can read them then pass them on to my dad. He then passes them on as well.

    I like ebooks as they are great for travelling and holidays but can't be shared or given to charity shops afterwards.

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  136. I'd love to treat my family to an ice cream maker so on those hot summer days I can whip up some fresh ice cream to cool us all down x

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  137. I need a new deep fat fryer!!

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  138. Books for the Kindle to read sitting in the shade in the garden

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  139. some new gym kit to hopefully motivate me to go!! :)

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  140. Really need a Ipad case :)

    Jamie

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  141. I'd put it towards a breadmaker I have my eye on

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  142. I want to buy some USB memory sticks.

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  143. Jane Middleton4 August 2013 20:28

    It would go towards a new lens for my camera

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  144. I would put it to a new coffee machine!

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  145. I'd buy something for the kitchen

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  146. Some new books for my daughter

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  147. something nice for the grandchildren

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  148. I'd use it for some early Christmas shopping.

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  149. A roof box for our car :D We're going away at the end of the month to sunny Blackpool :D We have 5 kids & no room for any luggage so kind of in need, haha xx

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  150. I'd spend it on a baby monitor for my little one due beginning of January!

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  151. I'd put it towards a Kindle Fire HD

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  152. Some books for me and my son

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  153. Towards my new camera lens...

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  154. towards kids school shoes for september

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  155. towards school shoes for the kids for september

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  156. Would give it to my son for his birthday

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  157. I'd top up my nail polish collection!

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  158. I'd spend it on some gardening goodies :D

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  159. I'd start looking for Christmas presents - got to get ahead!

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  160. I would buy some cute fairy lights for my room, and a few candles! :)

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  161. A remote control car for my daughter as she really really really reeeeeeeeeeeally wants on for christmas! or so she tells me ;)

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  162. Of course the angelic answer would be that i would spend it on my daughter, but actually ive paid for her to have a holiday this year and not me, so i would put this money towards a spa day as my 2013 treat!

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  163. Christmas presents for my girls xx

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  164. Robert Crais books for my Kindle.

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  165. I would buy some board games to palay with kids on the rainy days

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  166. I would spend on board games to play with the kids on rainy days

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  167. I would buy some bits for my daughter to play in the garden with. x

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  168. Would love a kindle so might put it towards that or some music

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