Friday, 20 October 2017

SportsDirect.com Christmas for a Fiver Challenge #sdfiverchallenge

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I was challenged by BritMums to find Christmas gifts for £5 or less from SportsDirect.com. Being a sporty family this was a perfect challenge for me! There are plenty of gifts listed in their Gifts Under £5 section but there are always plenty of items around the site that were £5 or less too.

First of all for my son, who is growing rapidly, I first of all found some bargain shorts (£5) for all the sport he likes to do:


Then as he often has incredibly muddy football or fell running shoes I bought him a proper sports shoe bag which had been reduced to £4.99:


As I had so far just bought for him I treated myself to decent running headphones for only £3:


A great way to keep the cost of Christmas down and fill up those stockings or get Secret Santa gifts!

28 comments:

  1. A friend who has a big family of siblings and cousins, has big family Chanuka party in which gifts are exchanged. They put a modest price limit on Chanuka presents. Part of the fun is to find presents for everyone within the limit.

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  2. Makes sense and a great challenge

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  3. We love Tenby but have only visited in the warmer months and it was spectacular on the beaches. Even though it was raining you still had fun and we love the arcades x #countrykids x

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  4. Clare - Flip flops or Wellies21 October 2017 at 08:08

    On that looks like a lovely day with many happy memories #CountryKids

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  5. Coombe Mill (Fiona)21 October 2017 at 08:56

    I have seen so many lovely summer pictures from Tenby and yes those body boards and wetsuits would be perfect, however this is the first time I've seen the town in winter. It looks rather bleak yet so refreshing to see it not crowded and the vast beach all to yourself. The medieval walls are really rather impressive and it looks like you found the perfect way to shelter from the autumn weather. I hope you make it back there again one day.

    Thank you for sharing with me on #CountryKids

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  6. Coombe Mill (Fiona)21 October 2017 at 09:02

    This is my perfect kind of day, all outdoor fun made using nature's finest ingredients! I'm so pleased you got to use those new wetsuits and body boards. It looks like the weather made quite a turn a round after Tenby and you made the perfect choice on where to go on which day. I bet everyone was starving by the time it came to the BBQ after all that sand and surf. This makes me want to pack up the car for a beach day this week, I hope the weather agrees!

    Thank you for sharing with me on #CountryKids

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  7. Autumn's Mummy21 October 2017 at 12:39

    Oh, I love Tenby so much! We went there during our honeymoon in 2015 and again last year when I was 6 months pregnant with LO. It's great to see recent photos of it, I'd love to visit again ASAP. #CountryKids

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  8. Autumn's Mummy21 October 2017 at 12:48

    What a brilliant day! I particularly like the buried in sand photo, haha! #CountryKids

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  9. Emma Chanagasubbay22 October 2017 at 22:52

    Tenby has been on my list of places to visit for so long now, it looks like you had a brilliant day. #countrykids

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  10. Emma Chanagasubbay22 October 2017 at 22:54

    Sandcastle building and BBQ’s sound like a pretty great combination! #countrykids

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  11. this was summer believe it or not!

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  12. it wasn't winter this was August!! I would love to go on a nicer day

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  13. it does pay to check the forecast!

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  14. I haven't been to Tenby but one of my relations is there this week. I don't think you can go to the seaside without playing the penny falls! #countrykids

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  15. I love that the children wanted to paddle even though it was cold and rainy. 2p machines are always lots of fun too :-) #countrykids

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  16. What a lovely day out. My girls like burying people in the sand too! Looks like you had gorgeous weather for your day at the beach too :-) #countrykids

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  17. Sara (@mumturnedmom)25 October 2017 at 00:22

    It's great that kids want to paddle whatever the weather! They always end up soaked though, don't they :) Love those old walls. #countrykids

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  18. Sara (@mumturnedmom)25 October 2017 at 00:23

    That looks like a lovely day, beautiful beach. Sounds like you all had a lot of fun. The buried in sand photo made me smile :) #countrykids

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  19. We went to tenby once when i was a child. I'd love to go back. I inly remember the beaches not the medieval walls. #countrykids

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  20. Karen | Two Tiny Hands Blog25 October 2017 at 16:47

    Kids just love to paddle! I swear they don't feel the cold. We didn't make it into Tenby when we visited the area a couple of years ago, always wished we had but it was alas a rainy day too!! #countrykids

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  21. Karen | Two Tiny Hands Blog25 October 2017 at 16:50

    Good sand definitely makes a good beach trip! Blue sky is always a bonus in Wales! The BBQ is massive, I'd have wanted BBQ every night. Maybe you did!!? #countrykids

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  22. Water days are always so much fun. The sand photo was funny and the BBQ looked delicious. #countrykids

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  23. I am always on the hunt for new beaches. We spent a lovely week in Pembrokeshire mainly on the beach. Will have to look at this one for our next adventure! #countrykids

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