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A Doidy weaning and My First Flavours gift set and personalised weaning chart. (Perfect for my
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£1.10 from The Big Free Giveaway daily lottery (No begging letters now :) )
 
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£20 from Curve cash black friday awards (I didn't go spending deliberately to enter, just used card as usual, so it's a nice little bonus)!
 

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Are you still holding the full amount? Do you think you'll re-buy PB after you've cashed them all in?
I am holding just under the full amount in my own account, so I can re-invest some and see if those are 'lucky' or not. Should be topped back up in a few more wins!

I won't need to cash them all in when we buy our house (hopefully!) and yeah I do think I'll still have some, just because it's fun/safe but I've been investing more the past year so I'm sure that'll overtake PBs in priority soon.

Are you saving for something specific @The Reverend ?
 

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I am holding just under the full amount in my own account, so I can re-invest some and see if those are 'lucky' or not. Should be topped back up in a few more wins!

I won't need to cash them all in when we buy our house (hopefully!) and yeah I do think I'll still have some, just because it's fun/safe but I've been investing more the past year so I'm sure that'll overtake PBs in priority soon.

Are you saving for something specific @The Reverend ?
I'm not saving for anything particular. I think I've got a DD set up for £50 or £75 a month. I wanted somewhere I could put a bit in each month plus the occasional larger amount, that would be harder for me to access. I'm not really a 'saver' and spend all the cash in my accounts so this seemed like a good way to 'save' while keeping my mitts off it.

If I get a payrise next year I'll up it to £100 a month. by the end of the 2020's I hope I'll have a decent amount in there but it will all depend on where I'm working, how I'm working, and if anything happens that means I need the cash.
 
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I'm not saving for anything particular. I think I've got a DD set up for £50 or £75 a month. I wanted somewhere I could put a bit in each month plus the occasional larger amount, that would be harder for me to access. I'm not really a 'saver' and spend all the cash in my accounts so this seemed like a good way to 'save' while keeping my mitts off it.

If I get a payrise next year I'll up it to £100 a month. by the end of the 2020's I hope I'll have a decent amount in there but it will all depend on where I'm working, how I'm working, and if anything happens that means I need the cash.
I really like the winning aspect hahaha
 

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