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Sealed Pot Challenge!!

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Debt-Free Wannabe
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  • I'm up for this, will continue to save 20p's and under - will continue £2 coins but seperately.

    I have a big biscuit tin my brother cut a slot into for me.

    December 1st is perfect start for me as thats when I count my 20p and under jar, perfect day to start afresh in my biscuit tin, saving for xmas 2008!

    Just gotta seal it first!!
    :eek: Total debt £21,000 :eek:
    Weight loss to date - 2 st, 2lb:j
  • count me in, although i am on income support as a fulltime carer for my disabled daughter i reckon i should be able to save a few quid a week......great idea now i have to find a pot (i have seen some in the pound shop i think tin ones that you need a can opener to get in) great saving everyone!
  • 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.

    Oooppppsss see lost out by not hunting around :rolleyes:

    Damn you Ebay!!! (again!!!) lol
    Now a SAHM trying to earn some spare pennies each month
  • spud30spud30 Forumite
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    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.

    I didnt know you knew when my birthday was Benben, but thank you :D :rotfl:
    Is it better to aim for the stars and hit a tree or aim for a tree and land in its branches :think:
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  • spud30spud30 Forumite
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    Count me in by the way. I've got an empty sealed tin, only openable with a tin opener. Should hold a fair few quid :T
    Is it better to aim for the stars and hit a tree or aim for a tree and land in its branches :think:
    Loves being a Wonderbra friend :kisses3:
  • benbenandmebenbenandme Forumite
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    I didnt know you knew when my birthday was Benben, but thank you :D :rotfl:


    LOL Spud !!! ;):D:D
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    2020 Savings: £513
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  • hypno06hypno06 Forumite
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    Remember if you are buying from ebay, you can go through quidco and get a few pence back too!!
    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)
  • jo1972jo1972 Forumite
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    I'm in, this will pay for next years christmas pressies!! :D
    DFW Nerd no. 496 :cool: - Proud to be dealing with my debts!!
  • slowlyfadingslowlyfading Forumite
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    I'll join in too! :)
    Be who you are and say what you feel because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind.
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  • kittiejkittiej Forumite
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    I will join in too.

    An old demi-john for me. Think it cost 50p from car boot sale!
    Sealed pot challenge member number 18 :)
    Karma - the consequences of ones acts.
    "It's OK to falter otherwise how will you know what success feels like?"
    1 debt v 100 days £2000
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