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The Itemiser - A New Challenge

edited 2 December 2009 at 12:07AM in Debt-Free Wannabe
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  • Taylo_2Taylo_2 Forumite
    194 posts
    Bumper payment on the credit card today has seen the back of the easy jet flight and a few more items to add to the list as well!

    We Have:

    Petrol - £34.80
    Sainsburys food - £13.02
    Boozing - £18.44
    Ikea bits and bobs - £25.68
    M&S towels and kitchen stuff - £57.80
    Next Shirt - £17.99
    Autotrader ad - £17.99
    Umbrella - £16.00

    Itemiser has cleared the lot of them in one go!

    Next on the list is a M&S suit at £174, can't wait to see the back of it!!

    How is the Green Day tickets coming along Bowski?
    Paying it off one debt at a time!
    B&Q £12.40 / £93.11
  • taylo wrote: »

    Petrol - £34.80
    Sainsburys food - £13.02
    Boozing - £18.44
    Ikea bits and bobs - £25.68
    M&S towels and kitchen stuff - £57.80
    Next Shirt - £17.99
    Autotrader ad - £17.99
    Umbrella - £16.00

    Itemiser has cleared the lot of them in one go!

    OH MY GOD....:j:j:j:j:j

    That's brilliant, well done!!!

    Nothing's happening with the tickets yet but as I say I've got some money that will be going towards it. I'm off work on Thursday so will pay some then and will be in to declare it :D
    :DGetting back on it Oct 2012 :D
    Debt Oct '12 £1398.70:o
    NSD Oct 1/10
    GC Oct £102.11/150.00
  • I've made my first payment today of £11 and updated my sig...

    I've still not counted up my 20p's yet to pay towards it but that's going to be at least £15, it'll be gone in no time :D
    :DGetting back on it Oct 2012 :D
    Debt Oct '12 £1398.70:o
    NSD Oct 1/10
    GC Oct £102.11/150.00
  • Another £4 to add to the payments :D

    How you gettin on with that suit Taylo?
    :DGetting back on it Oct 2012 :D
    Debt Oct '12 £1398.70:o
    NSD Oct 1/10
    GC Oct £102.11/150.00
  • I've got another £20 to go towards my tickets :D

    Will go to halifax after work tomorrow and pay it
    :DGetting back on it Oct 2012 :D
    Debt Oct '12 £1398.70:o
    NSD Oct 1/10
    GC Oct £102.11/150.00
  • :rotfl:I really like this and would like to join in! - after all our card balances were once an assortment of random purchases! I will look through my statement when I get home tonight and pick my first "victim".

    Hopefully this will also deter me from adding new items!:rotfl:
    £10 a day extra in May '18[B]£35/310[
    Virtual Sealed Pot 2018 £500/£2500 = 20%
    You can find my diary here:http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=5189836:beer:
  • Great idea! I'm debt free now, but wanted to show my support by subscribing.

    Add me as a cheerleader :j

    Finally a Homeowner 04.10.13 :j


    Frugal Living Challenge 2015 £958.70 / £12,000

    "So much to do, so much to see. So what's wrong with taking the back streets?"
  • edited 23 December 2009 at 1:19PM
    Bowski_1011Bowski_1011 Forumite
    1K posts
    edited 23 December 2009 at 1:19PM
    I've just paid another £29 off my tickets :j:j

    Only £26.10 to go so I'm determined to pay that off by the new year then I can start on my next item....which is more tickets :o (not as expensive though)
    :DGetting back on it Oct 2012 :D
    Debt Oct '12 £1398.70:o
    NSD Oct 1/10
    GC Oct £102.11/150.00
  • :TCongratulations on your debt-free status kate-pixie! How long did it take you?

    I have chosen my first victim: Baby clothes from Next : £26.00. What was I doing buying those.....well they were for a present. It has taken me ages to remember what the bill was actually for!:rolleyes:

    Have a great Christmas everyone!:beer:
    £10 a day extra in May '18[B]£35/310[
    Virtual Sealed Pot 2018 £500/£2500 = 20%
    You can find my diary here:http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=5189836:beer:
  • Hi
    fab idea and one that will motivate me I'm sure, so I'd like to sign up. My first item is in my signature. I'm also joining the Payment a Day challenge and £10K in 2010, so I'm really hoping that this will keep me going. Thanks and good luck Janey
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