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Sealed Pot Challenge!!

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Debt-Free Wannabe
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  • mumzyof2mumzyof2 Forumite
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    anyone else for the challenge lol?
    Sealed Pot dec 08 - dec 09 so far £27.67, Live off £4k Spent £330.20 GC £1,200 for 2009 Spent £50.78 PaD so far £650.07
    Debts: L/woods £154.00 C/One PAID O/D £649.90 Next £299.95 O/D PAID Gas £72.60 Electric £155.73 Mum £640.00 Orange £490.32
  • mumzyof2mumzyof2 Forumite
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    Has everyone left me??? I will talk to myself lol..Ok i have decided to go buy the pink one (the one that pap gave me the link too) and i am going to take my 20pound out of my esavings. As that was there just for nothing really..I only put money in it as its conected to my bank account..and i liked to round my money off in my bank (if it was 19.10, id put 90p in my savings lol) dont ask im just weird! so im off to draw that money out and put it in my bank. I will send a p/o tomo..dead excited!!!
    Sealed Pot dec 08 - dec 09 so far £27.67, Live off £4k Spent £330.20 GC £1,200 for 2009 Spent £50.78 PaD so far £650.07
    Debts: L/woods £154.00 C/One PAID O/D £649.90 Next £299.95 O/D PAID Gas £72.60 Electric £155.73 Mum £640.00 Orange £490.32
  • Sea78Sea78 Forumite
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    Debt-free and Proud!
    Hope it arrives soon! It is a lovely one :)

    Sea xx
    CCCS DMP:Feb 07
    Total:£[strike]37,016.47[/strike]£0 DEBT FREE FEB 14 :j
  • mumzyof2mumzyof2 Forumite
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    well ive bought it!!! hehehe I hope its big lol!!
    Sealed Pot dec 08 - dec 09 so far £27.67, Live off £4k Spent £330.20 GC £1,200 for 2009 Spent £50.78 PaD so far £650.07
    Debts: L/woods £154.00 C/One PAID O/D £649.90 Next £299.95 O/D PAID Gas £72.60 Electric £155.73 Mum £640.00 Orange £490.32
  • benbenandmebenbenandme Forumite
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    I'm in too :beer: Just off to choose a terramundi as I know I won't stick to this properly if I'm able to keep checking my progress, I want a surprise at the end of the year instead ;):D
    Mortgage Total: £66,099 / £75,000 Mortgage End Date: May 2040
    2020 Savings: £513
    Weight loss 19lb / 28lbs
  • Purplemumof2Purplemumof2 Forumite
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    Morning all,

    Count me in too please...I have a demi-john that I save everything but £2 coins in (only because they don't fit).

    Will be interesting to see how much I can save in it as I've never just left it to build up.

    I'm going to ask DH for a Terramundi for Christmas as I've liked the look of them for a while.

    Tea
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  • Hello

    Yes, I would like to do this, please count me in.

    GOOD LUCK Everyone!:D


    Lucy7509
    DFW 199 - Debt FREE March2009
    Proud to be dealt with my debts!:D
  • hypno06hypno06 Forumite
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    I am currently saving in a sealed tin, which will be opened before the children go skiing, and will be converted into Euros for pocket money to take with them.

    So, if OH would buy me a Terramundi for Christmas I could start saving for 2008/09 ski fund.......it just has to be done!!
    Successful women can still have their feet on the ground. They just wear better shoes. (Maud Van de Venne)
    Life begins at the end of your comfort zone (Neale Donald Walsch)
  • Think that ebay seller is gonna love us as i might order one too!

    I am in guys, 1st Dec start yeah?

    EDIT: Right ordered a cream one with lilac star from that ebay seller, problem is they sell loads of other cute stuff!!!!

    Oops ended up buying a christmas present for my brother and SIL from that seller logging off now!! :eek: :p
    Now a SAHM trying to earn some spare pennies each month
  • benbenandmebenbenandme Forumite
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    I ordered mine though Prezzybox. They are on quidco and get 8% back. They also give you £5 off if you spend more than £20. They do them singley for £17.50 or in packs of two for £32 or packs of three for £48. I ordered two and will give one as a birthday present, and altogether it cost me £31 and I should get about £2.50ish from quidco too.
    Mortgage Total: £66,099 / £75,000 Mortgage End Date: May 2040
    2020 Savings: £513
    Weight loss 19lb / 28lbs
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