Giveaway: 2 x £50 Sainsbury’s Gift Cards

Fabulicious Food! was recently contacted by the Sainsbury’s team and asked to be a part of the Sainsbury’s Bank Family Blogger Network, as well as being highlighted in a feature on 20 Fantastic Family Food Blogs. The Sainsbury’s team liked my angle on family food, seasonal recipes and using locally produced food, as well as my blog events for other bloggers to join in with. So, thank you to Sainsbury’s for visiting my blog and enjoying it. I am looking forward to submitting some of my ideas and recipes to their Money Matters blog, too.  

I have two Sainsbury’s gift cards/vouchers to giveaway, so two of my lucky readers will win a £50 gift card each, see the Rafflecopter giveaway form below. You could stock up on lots of lovely healthy, seasonal food for your family with one of these vouchers, or treat yourself to something special!

Giveaway:

    • Entry to this giveway is via the Rafflecopter form below. There is no alternative prize.
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Sponsored Giveaway. With thanks to Sainsbury’s Bank Car Insurance for teaming up with Fabulicious Food!

 

 

 

Comments

  1. karine jade says

    I would use it on lovely food for the family, and would probably treat my little girl to a dress

  2. kristy brown says

    I would spend it on lots of chocolate & sweeties that would be hidden from my DOH…..he’s on a diet and I’m suffering for it!

  3. Carol Masterton says

    I’d spend it on some lovely luxury foods. I got married last week and over the last year or so what with saving for the wedding and a couple of financial hiccups we’ve really tightened our purse strings. It would be really nice to buy something we ‘want’ and not just something we ‘need’. Plus we both need cheering up as I’m on bedrest and we couldn’t go on honeymoon :(

  4. Angie Hoggett says

    I’d stock the cupbaords with quality ingredients and make some lovely meals.

  5. Diane says

    I’d spend it on their Taste the Difference range, as a treat for the family.

  6. Julie Hogg says

    Well hopefully if the weather stays this nice… some food for a barbecue :)