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!


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  1. Tracy K Nixon says

    We are having a Queen’s Jubilee Garden party for family and close friends so I would put the voucher towards some lovely Royal themed treats for all to enjoy!

  2. Azra says

    I’d spend it on all the essentials needed for a home cooked romantic meal… so would have to be fillet steak, potatoes, green veg and a bottle of wine! And not forgetting some yummu choccies for dessert!

  3. Luisa Lauren says

    I would spend my voucher on one of the Sainsbury’s meals for four as a treat for the family, and I would also buy some popcorn and treats for the kids and maybe buy a DVD as going to the Cinema is too pricy these days.

  4. Sam says

    That’s easy! Stock up the baking cupboard! And a maybe a few treats from their Taste the Difference range…

  5. Cheryll H says

    Ooooh, love the Tu range of clothes for the children so probably that (and some wine for me he he… shhh!) @pipersky

  6. Lisa Troccoli says

    We have a broken Sieve at the moment and all the coating has come off our Wok so I would spend it on those things! Lisa x

  7. Maxine says

    I’d be tempted to blow it on treats like expensive olive oils and vinegars in preparation for the summer salads, but would likely spend it on the weekly shop …

  8. Rainie Bish says

    We are planning a big Jubilee get together for all our family & friends so the vouchers would be a great help with the food & drink. (A voucher to pay for good weather would be great aswell)

  9. Jan Beal says

    I’d spend the voucher on ingredients for a fantastic meal plus a bottle of champagne. How lovely to buy the very best ingredients and not have to think about the cost!

  10. emma b says

    I think I would take a wander into the aisles usually ignored, and have a look at books, homeware and the TU clothing. Normally my shop is just essential food items

  11. Jane Townson says

    Thank you for the competition. If I won I’d spend this voucher on the weekly shop, which would be a huge help.

  12. Irene M says

    I would spend the £50 Sainsbury’s voucher of loads of groceries from the luxury Taste The Difference range.

  13. Leigh-Anne Flaherty says

    I’d spend the voucher on getting all the things I needed to throw my daughter a birthday tea party :)

  14. claire woods says

    I’d buy some food treats for the family and perhaps some summer clothes for my son as he has outgrown last years.

  15. Tisha Mitchell-Goodson says

    My two little boys seem to grow out of their clothes faster than I can replace them! As much as I would like to spend such a gift card on yummy vegetarian meals, I would probably end up buying them new clothing :)!

  16. Rikka Borst says

    Would it be treats for a Jubilee party, an Olympic or a Wimbledon party, not sure which, but it will be party treats anyway.

  17. paula burnside says

    I would buy my 2 year old daughter some new peppa pig clothes. they have got some lovely ones in sainsburys……so cute

  18. Felicity says

    I’d spend it on the weekly shop, and probably buy some things I wouldn’t get in a normal shopping trip.

  19. Donna says

    i’d probably spend it on luxury food we don’t normally afford, duck maybe and definately a gu pudding or 2.

  20. Lisa Sheehy says

    i would stock up on booze for my wedding next yr, trying to do it all ourselves on a very tight budget. I would also make u a lovely polish cake and send it to you to say thanks so much. xx

  21. kayleigh Dawn says

    I would spend it on ingredients to bake cakes and make a healthy hearty meal, would get the kids to help me. We always cook together and we would make Jubilee themed creations.

  22. says

    Well at this moment in time I,m craving some fresh strawberries… come the day of the prize giving I may have changed my mind. Something fruity or simple like colcannon yummy. Only recently discovered this blog, lots to leisurely trawl through if I can stop dribbling


    Things were tight last Christmas (looks like it’ll be the same this year too) so I’d spend it on my little one’s presents whilst they’re cheap i.e. clothes and toys – would certainly help us out x

  24. Gemma Turner says

    I would use my voucher to purchase some scrummy food for a decadent BBQ! Lots of fresh meat, cheeses, salads, bread and sides! It would be so tasty!

  25. Vicky Cole says

    A leg of lamb and all the trimmings and a nice desert and a bottle of wine for a lovely sunday family meal

  26. shellbev says

    I would definitely spend the voucher on all the little goodies that make dishes extra special.
    Creating something different often only needs a little something special to spark off ideas (having said that a couple of new baking tins would help too!)

  27. ali thorpe says

    Some tasty bits and pieces for our first Summer party of the year (when the Sunshine finally stays) and, if they sell them, I would like a piping kit as I am really enjoying baking at the mo!

  28. Claire Nelson says

    We are having a baby any time now (it’s late!) so I would buy some things for it and also lots of lovely food for when people come and visit us.

  29. Joanna Orr says

    Would love to spend this on a couple of shoulders of lamb and invite extended family round. I slow-roast the lamb shoulder with rosemary & garlic over chopped veg anf wine for 6 hours and it usually falls off the bone!

  30. wendy stanger (@kikicomp) says

    as my daughter is changing school in sept I’d stock up on school uniform as their range is great value & washes well too:)

  31. Loma Wood says

    We always have a special day when it is the Monaco Grand Prix. Even if we are at home we have a French style meal so I would buy baguettes,salad stuff, olive oil, Vin de Pays,Tuna fish, pizza makings, strawberries and pastries.Bon appetit!

  32. Arabella Bazley says

    I’m hoping that by the end of May the sun will be shining so I would spend the voucher on lots of fresh vegetables and the largest shrimps and crabs I could find there for a fabulous Spring BBQ!

  33. elizabeth slamin says

    I would spend it on some good sainsbury’s food for the family to make them a nice meal with some wine thrown in x

  34. Fran Light says

    I’d spend my voucher on clothes from the Sainsburys ‘Tu’ range … I love their clothes, they are so flattering and stylish, without being too trendy or too tight fitting – I practically live in my Tu jeans!

  35. Nicola B says

    I´d spend it on lots of fresh fruit and veg. I´m trying to get my 5+ a day by drinking lots of smoothies.

  36. Kate Webster says

    I would give the voucher to my mum, to ease up the weekly shop bill and/ or maybe she will finally treat herself to something from the clothes department!

  37. Lesley Field says

    I would use the vouchers treat my family to something extra special for the bank holidays that are coming up as they deserve a treat

  38. Julie Booth says

    To be honest, there is so much lovely food at Sainsbury’s it will not be difficult to spend £50, but I would spend it on salad, cold meats, cheeses and olives.

  39. Louise Quinn says

    I would use the voucher to buy some lovely champagne and goodies to help us celebrate our first wedding anniversary in June.

  40. says

    I’d head straight to the baking aisle and stock up on all sorts of baking goods including cupcake boxes, chocolate chips, chocolate, sprinkles. Plus butter, sugar, flour :)

  41. Trudi Walsh says

    I think I would have to stock up on lots of chocolate goodies, not just for me but the kids as well!

  42. Lorraine Johnson says

    I would but my son some new summer clothes.

    We had him try on last years clothes at the weekend, ready for our holiday & had to send three quarters of his wardrobe to the charity shop, he has grown so much!!

  43. Katie Wright says

    I love baking so I would buy myself lots ingredients to make some really special cakes

  44. SARA PEARSON says

    I would treat myself and my partner to a lovely meal, instead of the usual cheap stuff we buy!!

  45. Katie Mackenzie says

    This would be so helpful with the weekly shop, I used to enjoy doing the shopping & getting all the treats for the 2 kids these days treats are rare xx

  46. amelia avossa says

    On children meals! you do a fantastic range. i have a 2 year old and a 5 month old! and they both love sainsburys the best!

  47. Jane Willis says

    I’d stock up on my husband’s favourite coffee beans as Sainsbury’s is the only place I’ve found them

  48. Fiona Martin says

    I would treat my family to a nice meal with a bottle of wine for the adults and then the rest I would use to buy some healthy treats for my childrens snack box.

  49. Milli says

    Lots of Sainsbury’s staples and treats to re-stock my elderly parents’ food cupboards. They are moving back home soon after 10 months living with us, following a fire at their bungalow.

  50. tracey rollings says

    i would use it to treat the family to a wonderful home cooked 3 course meal with drinks

  51. Jayne Sullivan says

    I would use the voucher to buy a nice bottle of champagne. I will soon be celebrating my 40th Birthday.

  52. Kate Cunningham says

    If I won I would buy something as a special treat, something rarely (very rarely, extremely rarely!!!!!) on my shopping list – some pink champagne! And maybe some fresh berries to go with it.

  53. Michelle G says

    I would spend it on party food for when my husband’s out of plaster, then we can celebrate my birthday, belated :-/

  54. Laura Carroll says

    I’d buy some essentials, plus ingredients for a special (and easy to cook!) romantic meal for me and hubby :-)

  55. Laura Carroll says

    Rafflecopter was playing up and made me click ‘post blog comment’ twice, so… if you could delete one of my entries please! Sorry and thankyou :)

  56. mandy waller says

    A special day coming up the Jubilee so would be nice to buy some themed items to treasure forever.

  57. Amanda Johnson says

    I would spend it on some burgers and buns and ketchup and have a bbq while the sun is still out.

  58. Annaloa Hilmarsdottir says

    I would hold a lovely Sunday lunch with fresh leg of lamb slow roasted with garlic and rosemary, washed down with a summer rose. Yum

  59. Helen Stratton says

    I would use it as part of my weekly shop so I could afford to put in a few treats for once.

  60. sandra shaheen says

    I treat the family to some nice goodies and hopefully have some left for another treat for the kids in the toy section.

  61. milliepaw says

    I’d by some fizz, some chocolate and some candles and cook up a special dinner for the boy and I

  62. Jane Adair says

    I’d buy a nice bottle of wine (or two) as it’s my husband’s birthday this weekend and he loves a nice chianti. :)

  63. kerry locke says

    My daughters birthday party is coming up – sainsburys have a great selection of party food – yum :0)

  64. Lyndsey Brett says

    My dads just been made redundant so I’d buy him £50′s worth of lovely food (and alcohol!) to cheer him up and ease the financial strain on him and my mum.

    Great comp :)

  65. says

    Our Grandaughter Grace is having her 1st proper birthday party this year at the age of 3. All her playgroup friends invited. So would spend this great prize on some great Sainsbury’s party food, either pre-made or the ingredients to make our own.

  66. kellyjo walters says

    Ill be having an olympic themed party on the opening night, Id love the vouchers to go towards that… thanks for the chance x

  67. Si Jackson says

    i would spend it on a massive bbq for my boyfriend sister and mum to start my summer in style now ive finished uni

  68. Keeley Atkinson says

    I would spend the voucher on the last few essentials I need ready for the baby (due in 4 weeks yay).
    I’d nip to Sainsburys, and bulk buy nappies, cotton wool, baby bath, breast pads and sanitary pads (bit tmi lol).
    It’s things that are important and if I have a cupboard full of them, it’s less hassle during those first few weeks with my nearest Sainsburys being absolutely miles away.

  69. beverley says

    Jubilee bbq party food – having a small BBQ/party for firends and neighbours and this would really help out!

  70. nichola armstrong says

    I would spend the gift card on a treat each for my children and then put the rest towards my weekly shop :0)

  71. Carolyn Philip says

    I would spend the £50 on bread and cake making ingredients, and lots of dark chocolate and syrup to make a lovely fudge topping for the cake.

  72. Kate Cunningham says

    I would buy something I wouldn’t normally buy as a special treat – something pink and bubbly and it wouldn’t be for my bath! Pink Champagne would be a special treat for me.

  73. Hannah Beadle says

    I would use the voucher to buy some lovely steak and veggies and a lovely bottle of wine and a nice papmering set as it is my birthday in 3 weeks :)

  74. siobhan marie says

    its my best friends daughters birthday so i would mix it up on party food and jubilee treats what a day x

  75. Jacqui Turner says

    I would spend it on our local village hall’s Jubilee Day which we are holding for charity :)

  76. Hannah Moody says

    I’d spend the WHOLE lot on holiday clothes for my 18 month old son. We’re hoping to take him to meet his Uncle Ben in Canada this August but funds are seriously tight so if we manage to get the flight tickets booked then clothes will be out if the question. I’d like to make sure Seth has everything he needs for his first big adventure :)


  77. says

    I’d spend it on food for a romantic picnic in the garden when the children have gone to sleep – lots of strawberries & cream and a bottle of champagne!

  78. Dee Dmonte says

    I’m ever hopeful…BBQ supplies. We would love a family BBQ, just need the British weather to cooperate! lol

  79. siobhan kerry says

    ooh wow, I’d spend it on getting extra bits and bobs for out jubilee party, or perhaps for helping towards the weekly shop, oh the choices. you’re spoiling me haha

  80. Cat H Adams says

    I would spend the vouchers on some lovely fresh fruit and vegetables for my little boy, we are starting to get into making smoothies and it would be nice to be able to treat ourselves to some different fruit to try. I would also treat us to some cuts of meat that we can’t usually afford.

  81. Laura Seely says

    My fiancée had just landed his dream job after months of rejection so I’d use the voucher to cook him a super slap-up meal to celebrate. – thanks for running the comp!

  82. Duncan says

    I would put it towards a nice BBQ with family and friends, hoping the weather will be good enough soon! Bought a nice new BBQ-grill that hasnt had its christening yet :)

  83. Susan Harwood says

    If I was lucky enough to win a £50 voucher I would spend it on meat. I could buy a lovely joint of beef (so I could invite the family round for Sunday lunch) and my favourite….a leg of lamb (so I could invite friends to a roast lamb dinner). Whatever was left over I would buy mince and put it into the freezer for all the cottage pies, lasagne and chilli con carne meals that I love to make.

  84. Mark Whittaker says

    I love baking, just bought a whole lot of baking equipment so would love to get some really great ingredients to make a fab birthday cake for my nieces 21st.

  85. Nia Roberts says

    I’d buy lots of goodies for the Jubilee Party we’re having for all our friends and family!

  86. Bonnie King says

    I am getting married in September and could do with a few yummy cakes to keep the guests happy ;)

  87. Christine Bray says

    My daughter will be having her fir child in August and I adore buying baby clothes so that’s what I’d spend my £50 on thanking you in anticipation xx

  88. Elizabeth Smith says

    I’d treat myself to some storecupboard treats. Mushroom ketchup, saffron, truffle oil

  89. Sharon Arnott says

    I’d spend it on shellfish, vegetables and fruit to make a nice summery meal for a warm day.

  90. Diane Carey says

    I am hoping to move house this year, so I would buy some new things for my kitchen from the homewares section

  91. Hannah says

    We really need some new trays for making pizza’s so that’s what I would get as we love to make pizza’s!

  92. Philip Thomas Boyle says

    I’d buy some of Sainsbuy’s finnest Stella Artois to celebrate Queenies silver jubilee. Bottoms up and Cheers to all.

  93. Elaine Blackledge says

    I’d put it towards buying all my dad’s favourites for a lovely lunch on Father’s Day :-)

  94. Lindsey Alexander says

    I’d pick up some goodies for my boys and go on a huge picnic whilst we have the weather!x

  95. says

    If I won I think I would have to buy some lovely clothes from Sainbury’s TU range for my baby due in September but I would also have to buy my 2 yr old daughter something little aswel..maybe pair of sunglasses x

  96. Janine Atkin says

    this would help towards the weekly shop. i have two hungry boys who eat me out of house and home so it would be much appreciated!

  97. Kat Comer says

    I would use it to try out some new recipes – I’ve been thinking about salmon with watercress sauce

  98. elaine stokes says

    I would spens it on bbq meat and bubbly because my gran is 90 this year and we are having a BIG party for her

  99. carol phile says

    I would save it for my holiday in June and get a delivery of loveliness to my Essex caravan – bag meals and pizza, minimal cooking for me :)

  100. jo maxted says

    Id spend mine on the kiddies no doubt on some nice new summer clothes love the TU collection xx

  101. Katrina Day-Reilly says

    I would buy some cake baking stuff to make loads of cakes for my family and the sally army

  102. Natasha Gandy says

    We are having a joint birthday/Jubilee party so the voucher would go towards food and decorations for that :) My 9 year old (whose birthday it is) wants to dress as the queen for the day and give people orders . . . I don’t think so !! lol x

  103. Pauline Dring says

    I would spend it on fresh fruit and vegetables because their fruit & veg are better than other big supermarkets.

  104. Valerie B says

    I would treat myself to lots of Taste the Difference Indian and Thai food as they are so much better than takeaways and a luxury to have a lovely break from the kitchen!

  105. Romana Richards says

    I would buy Ingredients for a family BBQ like good lamb steaks and fish. Lots of veg like onions, peppers, mushrooms and leeks. I would get soe rhubarb to make a nice accompaniment for the pork and have icesfor desserts. Anice cordial to wash it down.

  106. SUSAN L HALL says

    I would spend it on Japanese food ( sushi dumplings and noodles ) and treat my hubby to our favourite kind of food – Sainsburys has such great international ranges

  107. Josie Mellor says

    I’d buy some lovely foodie treats that I wouldn’t normally be able to afford in a weekly shop!

  108. Karen Kerner says

    My husband is mad about Sainsbury’s Indian cuisine, while I like Italian–and we both like good desserts!

  109. Samantha Cude says

    I would try some different wines as after 8 years of being teetotal I have recently discovered red wine

  110. sue willshee says

    I’d spend my money on some of the stuff from their fabulous homeware collection, specifically I’d buy some red, white and blue tableware for our jubilee party :-)

  111. 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 :(

  112. 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!

  113. karine jade says

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

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