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Make £10 a day May 2017 - everybody most welcome



  • CompletelyLostCompletelyLost Forumite
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    Part of the Furniture 1,000 Posts Name Dropper Combo Breaker
    Please could you count me in for this, I need something to motivate me!
  • RosieRosie Forumite
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    Part of the Furniture 1,000 Posts Combo Breaker
    My usual £10 please Aesop & Lynne and thank you for running the thread again.
    Jan £10 a day £326.75/£310
  • [Deleted User][Deleted User] Forumite
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    Aesop wrote: »
    I often feel like auctioning my DH. font think he would sell for much though


    You might be surprised though, Aesop. People are prepared to pay good money for the oddest things;). Not that I'm saying your DH is odd or anything, IYKWIM.

    When I was very young our family Doctor used to always tell my Mother that he'd like to buy me. Sounds really creepy and pervy in these suspicious times:eek: but I don't think it was meant that way. He had 4 sons, a hoped-for daughter never came along, and I was a bright and really sweet-natured little girl (what happened there then?:o). I'm surprised my Mother didn't call his bluff, she had issues with me:(, maybe if my parents been hard up she might have;)
  • [Deleted User][Deleted User] Forumite
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    Putting this on May's thread as not sure how many are still visiting the April one.

    Just read an email from TCB with an offer of a £2.50 Bank Holiday bonus on any purchase of £5 or more made until May 1st. They really do pay out on these bonus offers, I had a £5 one a few months ago too:j.

    It's an opt-in/activate offer (from the email) but I don't think it's just available to a few specific people. The email says it's also available from the website but I haven't checked.

    Hope it helps if anyone is planning on using TCB in the next few days, especially as the qualifying purchase is so low:T
  • 498louise498louise Forumite
    67 Posts
    Seventh Anniversary Combo Breaker
    Please count me in, I am going to ease myself in with £5 a day though. Thanks
    NSD Dec: 0/15
    Make £1 a day in Dec: £0/£31
    Credit Card1: £0.00
    Credit Card2:
    Bank Loan: £0
  • Sign me up please!
    MFW: Initial loan £80,000, overpayments: £13184.46, current balance -£59,564.73
  • Talia1Talia1 Forumite
    153 Posts
    Part of the Furniture 100 Posts Combo Breaker
    I'm in for another £10 a day please.

    Love this thread not only full of motivating ideas, but wonderful supportive people.
    The 365 day 1p Challenge 2023 ~60 £0/667.95
    Save £2023 in 2023 0/£2023

  • £10.00 a day for me please :) x
    Total Debt [STRIKE]£25,460 [/STRIKE](23/02/2016) :eek: £13,416.94.(paid 48%)
    Earn £10 a day 2015 - £878.91 2016 - £3932.18
    2017 - £1686.24 - 2018 - £272.37
    March 2019 - £120.99
    April 2019 - £0/£300
  • VintageHistorianVintageHistorian Forumite
    829 Posts
    Sixth Anniversary 500 Posts Name Dropper
    Apologies for missing April, I was a bit busy as I got married and went on honeymoon :love: I'd like to rejoin for May, please me down for £3 a day, I've got stuff to list on eBay but I think it's a bit early to be listing my husband on there :rotfl:
    "You won't bloom until you're planted" - Graffiti spotted in Newcastle.

    Always try to be nice, but never fail to be kind - Doctor Who

    Total overpayments in 2021 - £901.28!
  • Kantankrus_MareKantankrus_Mare Forumite
    6.1K Posts
    Part of the Furniture 1,000 Posts Name Dropper
    Just £5 a day for me this month please.

    We go to Italy, Venice and then a 7 night Greek cruise on the 23rd so wont get a full month in but I love this thread for motivation. :D
    Make £10 a Day Feb .....£75.... March... £65......April...£90.....May £20.....June £35.......July £60
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