“Our local allotments are doing a “Pumpkin Carving” afternoon.”
So, what are your plans for Halloween this year?
Yesterday Family_Furie made it to Alton Towers for their “Scarefest”, which is an annual trip for us. What is everyone else up to? Out partying, off to an organized event, or sitting in with the lights off waiting for the little beggars to go away?.
“£15 off 2 console games plus 350 points for pre-orders and 3% cashback!”
Use 2 Tesco codes to get £15 off a £75 spend.
Start your Christmas shopping early while the offers are on. There are 2 codes that can be used together on Tesco Direct at the moment:
TD-KMPW – £5 off when you spend £35 or more on CD’s, DVD’s, Blu-Rays or Games Software
TD-MXTN – £10 off when you spend £75 or more on any product on Tesco Direct
Use these to get £15 off a couple of games, or combine a game with some toys in the current 3 for 2 offer. Skylanders figures go through at 3 for 2, or try moshi monsters for a better discount that the 25% currently offered in the Sainsburys toy sale.
“Stop getting bugged by your kids – Debenhams has cheap sets.”
In Debenhams’ current Blue Cross sale, pick yourself up a cheap Hex Bug Christmas present.
Hexbugs have been a bizarre phenomenon for a while now. Expensive plastic toys that seem to serve no purpose other than to get you kids obsessed. Fortunately, Debenhams have the answer for all the “I WANTS”, three Hexbug sets for a reasonable price (i.e. what you think they may be worth, rather than the original over priced RRP).
They’re actually good fun to watch vibrate their way around the sets and are much easier to maintain and clean out than a hamster. So, if you’ve got a little badger demanding one of these strange little toys, head over to Debenhams now by clicking one of the three cheap sets below:
Three codes from special boxes and this clever bowl is yours.
Kellogg’s have recently started “dishing out” these great new bowls. They’re a plastic bowl with a straw built into them, so the last of the milk can be slurped up without that risk of “chocolate flavoured milk down the freshly warn school jumper” issue.
The bowls come in four types, Frosties, Coco Pops, corn Flakes and Mini Max (has anyone tried these yet? Like little sugar coated Shredded Wheat? The kids love them, but they’re really expensive.)
At last, never again will I have to go to work with that dubious stain on my shirt and tie the kids need to change their tops before school
Two problems that Kellogg’s do need to address: 1. How to make Maxi-Minor_Furie eat cereal from the bowl that isn’t on the bowl (Frosties must go into the Frosties bowl, etc). 2. A filter at the bottom so that you don’t suck up that horrid cereal dust when you reach the end of a packet 😉
Get the free bowl codes from special packs and more details HERE. You’ve until September 2013 to do it!!!