Wednesday, 29 November 2017

Win: JD Bug Junior Kids MS100 Red Glow Pearl Scotter


The JD Bug Junior Kids MS100 Red Glow Pearl Original Street Foldable Scooter from Skates is considered the safest, lightweight and most popular kids foldable scooter in the UK, with an extra safe folding mechanism.The JD Bug Junior is perfect for smaller kids, aged four and above who want to keep up with their siblings who are already scooting around on the JD Bug Original.

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55 comments

  1. the kids know we can't afford anything too big like phones and games consoles but we to get what they ask for x

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  2. no budget set, but never spend more than we can afford, never get in debt. we just spend what we think is necessary.

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  3. Making cards for all the family we love doing this

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  4. We try and stick to a budget. Usually go a little over

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  5. absolutely! Our daughters birthday is 31st December and new baby due 19th so I budget each month for Christmas and birthday (s)

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  6. I make a rough budget and try to stick to it

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  7. we have a budget ,but usually go over

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  8. i try to but it never happens as i spot things as im going along

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  9. We don't set a budget but try to get the childrens presents even.

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  10. I used to but never stuck to it, so now I don't bother

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  11. We do have a budget, but we often go over it.

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  12. Yes, as income limited. Also have financial commitments.

    Rachel Craig

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  13. yes I have to set myself a budget or i would completely go mad on prezzies.

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  14. yes a budget, trying for a few nice treats for the kids

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  15. I don't have a budget, but I won't go over £100.

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  16. No, I don't set a budget, just try to get them as many things that they want as possible with whatever money I have!

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  17. I think it's good to stick to a budget. It's easy to buy too much. I didn't submit my instagram name (gemb797)

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  18. We try to stick to a budget but normally go over

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  19. I don't have any children but if I did, I would defo spend reasonably.

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  20. we try to stick to a budget if possible

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  21. Yes, I stick to under £100 for main present which I think is quite a lot. I make sure the main present is something that will really last and hopefully provide a lot of fun.

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  22. we have a budget of £200 for my son

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  23. This year I have really stuck to a budget as I am more self aware for some reason. I do not want to face a heavy credit card bill

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  24. No real set budget one biggy and lots of smaller

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  25. With three kids I have to have budget, but I always add a few extras in last minute!!!!

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  26. We have a budget but usually go a bit over it.

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  27. I do set a budget, but I sometimes end up spending a bit more than I planned

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  28. Yes always stick to a budget. I only buy gift for my children.

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  29. Yes I have a budget for my daughter and all the family children x

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  30. i do try and stick to a budget but xmas eve sets me in a panic as i have 3 kids and worry i bought one more than the other ha ha

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  31. we have 5 to buy for so we try and stick to a budget, there really good kids and dont ask for much normally one or 2 things x

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  32. £100. I buy one thing a month to try and balance it out. EJ Dunn

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  33. We try to set one but never really stick to it

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  34. I like to spend around £40 on each of my nieces and nephews. Luckily we've got them out of the way this year. Just booze and food to buy now.

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  35. We try not to go overboard my children are small so it's easy at this stage to please them

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  36. yes i do sort of, depends what i've saved through the year

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  37. We have 3 .. so we really do try to stick to a budget.. try!

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  38. Yes, although usually go a little over! (@PeanutHog)

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  39. No, I buy stuff when I have the money and that's that!

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  40. yes i have to split my budget for my daughter's birthday as well

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  41. Having 3 kids yes we try to stick to a budget

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  42. I try and do it week by week, gift each per week so they have the same amount to open but rarely budget. They know when they are going wild with asks so I pick 1 from the top 3 and get them it on their birthday haha

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  43. I have a space budget rather than a money one, I buy things that will fit in my house x

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  44. Not really, I buy when offers are on all year round, I know when to stop though

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  45. with 3 kids we definitely try to stick to a budget so we don't go broke over the festive holidays. a good idea we like is to make up hampers for each child with bits and bobs from our local pound saver shop to help make them feel like they're getting lots of gifts but at a fraction of the cost

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  46. Yes, have a budget for everybody including children.

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  47. Initially yes but it soon goes to pot!

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