I follow MyFamilyClub on twitter (often try to join in the #thriftyThursday quiz), and am subscribed to the website. It’s a goldmine of budget tips and competitions, and when they approached me to do a sponsored post about their latest campaign, the free MyFamilyPack, it didn’t take me long to say yes, as I can easily see that it’s a useful thing to share.
They’ve got 10,000 to give away and you need to have signed up by the 24th of September. There’s an assortment of possible contents as listed on the website. When it says letterbox friendly pack, it really does mean that – it easily came through our letter box, and for a moment I was rather disappointed, as I couldn’t imagine how such a slim box could possibly contain anything worth having.
I was wrong.
As you can see here, there were all sorts of goodies. (Click to see larger)
I got some extra large post its, a trolley token (no more scrabbling around looking for a £1 that *someone* has taken out of the coin compartment in the car), and a cloth shopping bag, and let’s face it, you can never have too many reusable bags! There were a few leaflets with offer codes on them (I saw Smallest drooling over the Beano subscription, rather tempted by that for Christmas for him actually. The sample pack of Jelly Beans didn’t last long, though I hid the Gin Gin ginger sweets as they’re mine, all mine. And the anti bacterial spray in the shape of a pen got slotted into the day/changing bag as the number of times I’ve gone into a bathroom while out and about and wanted to clean it before I put a baby bottom anywhere near it is far too many.
A relaxing fruit tea bag that you could enjoy as you perused the leaflets – bonus. All that was missing was a chocolate biscuit to go with the cuppa 😉
Just like the rest of us, I’m always very happy with a good freebie, and this *is* a good one. So why don’t you get yourself over to MyFamilyClub and sign up, you won’t regret it. Remember, sign up before 24th September.
Now if you’ll excuse me, I’ve got my free ebook of top 50 Money Saving tips to download and read.