**CLOSED**There is just over 1 week left to make the most out of the great Baby Event at Tesco, you could make amazing savings and grab yourselves some great bargains. The Baby Event finishes on the 30th September 2012 – you can grab offers on everything from nappies to baby food, with deals such as:
- Half Price Huggies Super Dry Economy Packs, currently £4.99
- Pampers New Baby Jumbo Packs, currently £20
- Better than half price: Johnsons Baby Bath, currently £1.35
- Organix Fruit Purees, currently 3 for £4
- Tommee Tippee Milk Feeding Bibs, currently £3.60
- Red Kite Tweet Me Highchair, currently £26.50
As you can see there is something for everyone in the range of baby products in the huge event. Whilst this Baby Event is happening at the Tesco stores you can enter some fabulous competitions, why not take a look at the Facebook page.
MummyConstant is offering 1 lucky winner the chance to win £100’s worth of Tesco vouchers to spend on any products over the store and the winner will be chosen on Tuesday morning – so you have a good few days to make the most out of the fantastic Baby Event too.
All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning £100 Tesco vouchers is comment on this post and tell us what you would spend the money on and why… I’ve kicked off the competition for you as a little inspiration perhaps.
You can view the Tesco Baby Club here: www.tesco.com/babyclub, and shop online at Tesco here: http://direct.tesco.com/ & www.tesco.com.
Tesco Baby Club have a Twitter account which is: @TescoBabyClub and you can like them on Facebook: http://facebook.com/tesco.
Competition closes Midnight Monday 24th September 2012.
MummyConstantSeptember 21, 2012
I would spend the vouchers on preparing for Christmas, buying Noah some cool toys and Isla some gorgeous little winter outfits as she will be needing some by then. Also it is my 30th on January 7th, so maybe a nice bottle of Champers to celebrate that with 🙂 x
Katherine De RieraSeptember 21, 2012
I would be boring and stock up on nappies, wipes and the essential baby stuff! because those products are so expensive!
Bex @ The Mummy AdventureSeptember 21, 2012
I would buy some lovely little clothes for Dylan and some new bibs as his are looking pretty disgusting now!
Amelia DaviesSeptember 21, 2012
I would buy some Christmas presents for Harry and treat myself to some little luxuries as babies/toddlers cost a lot of money!
Libby SuttonSeptember 21, 2012
I would spent the voucher on preparing for winter with hats, scarves, gloves, coats and wellies for my two lovely little people & if there’s change a nice meal and bottle of wine for myself and daddy of course! Xxxxxxx
esther jamesSeptember 21, 2012
I would have to spend it on my monthly shop, things are tight at the moment!
esther jamesSeptember 21, 2012
Claire TitmusSeptember 21, 2012
I would buy our nieces and nephews lots of lovely things and spoil them like they deserve! My husband would not be impressed if I didn’t buy lots of dairy milk chocolate for him! The big baby in our house 😉 x
CathSeptember 21, 2012
I would buy some photograph frames so I can frame some of the lovely photos my husband has taken of our two sons this year. I’m 40 at Christmas so a bottle of nice wine, a DVD and a large bag of Minstrels would be the perfect way to celebrate.
KaraSeptember 22, 2012
I would put the vouchers towards Christmas presents – the kids want Skylanders Giants for christmas and at £60 it is a bit pricey but at least 3 of them can all play!!
sharon griffinSeptember 22, 2012
i`d buy some winter baby and toddler clothes for the cold months ahead and any spare would go on xmas food 😀
Rainie BishSeptember 22, 2012
We are on a very tight budget so I would use the voucher to stock up on all the basics for the whole family
LisaSeptember 23, 2012
I would spend the vouchers on buying Christmas bits as we are having 13 for Christmas dinner
And would love to spoil the children & my cousins little boy with it being his first Christmas
I would then save a little for when baby number 3 comes along to help out there
Simon CSeptember 23, 2012
I`d put the vouchers towards Christmas, could buy lots of nice goodies with £100.
Emily HutchinsonSeptember 23, 2012
I’d save it to spend on the Christmas food shopping. Finances are tight at the moment, so being able to splash out on some treats would be amazing.
mymillsbabySeptember 23, 2012
We’re about to move into a house for the first time ever (we’ve been in flats and apartments) – our house is going to look so empty! I’d spend it things to deck it out x
rebeccabeesleySeptember 23, 2012
This is going to sound selfish but for once I would spend it on something nice for ME! Like most mums, we always put the kids first, then hubby, (then the cat) and by the time it comes to looking after ourselves there is little time or money left. When I have had things before I seem to be tempted to give them away to others who need them more that I do, like when I won £100 in the school raffle a couple of years ago – I gave it straight to the mayors charity as the mayor had been so kind to come along and support the school fete, and giving a box of baby wipes to the delivery driver as he’d had triplets, and giving my Jo Jo maman bebe voucher to my friend who had run out of maternity clothes to wear. So this time I have definitely decided and I am making a commitment to spend it on me (…and maybe buy some little treats for other mummy friends too who deserve something nice).
SophSeptember 24, 2012
I’d buy a goose for Christmas. We bought one from Tesco last year and it was fabulous.
Julie CookSeptember 24, 2012
I would buy a treat for everyone, a toy & clothes for my littlies,some F & F jewellery for my teen,and a nice Finest meal for me and my hub to enjoy together x
Chrissie CurtisSeptember 25, 2012
Would put it towards Christmas
MummyConstantSeptember 25, 2012
Sorry competition is closed now! X