Thursday, 4 July 2013

Win Goodies and Waitrose Voucher with P&G Everyday Waste Saver

We all like to save a bit of money don't we?  And I'm sure we all remember the successful advertising campaign by Ariel encouraging us to wash our laundry at 30 degrees.

But did you know you can apply this principle to many other everyday activities and save on average £100 on your energy bill and £50 on your water bill per year?

The effective cleaning power of P&G products, means you can turn down the temperature, save money and up to 30% on energy usage:
  •  By turning from 40° to 30° with Ariel
  • When using "Short Cycles" with Fairy Dishwasher tablets (50°/55° /Eco dishwasher cycles  instead of intensive cycles)
  • When using cold 20° water instead of 40° hot water with Flash
Channel 4's money-saving guru Miss Moneypenny has got behind this campaign and has come up with a short video explaining more.


In addition, P&G has partnered with Waitrose and are offering householders the chance to win £3,000 towards their annual energy and food shopping bills, in return for sharing their tips on how to save energy and water around the home. Why not pop over and enter at www.pgeverydaysavings.com.

You can also take advantage of this partnership by stocking up on the special offers currently at Waitrose until 16th July - get two Ariel Gel 24 wash packs for £8, two Flash multipurpose 1.3L liquid for £4, and two Ariel Liquitabs 20’s for £8. (*Pricing is at the sole discretion of the retailer)

I'm also offering readers here the chance to win a selection of P&G cleaning products and a £20 Waitrose voucher (can also be used in John Lewis stores).

If you'd like a chance to win this, please complete the rafflecopter below.  

Leave a comment to describe one of Miss Moneypenny's tips in the video.  And if you've got your own savvy tip, why not enter the big competition to win £3,000 too?

a Rafflecopter giveaway


One winner will be chosen at random from all valid entries.  UK only.  One entrant per household.  The winner must provide their postal address. Prize is to be fulfilled and is the responsibility of P&G.  Every attempt will be made to contact the winner, but I reserve the right to re-draw after 7 days.  Closes at midnight on 18th July 2013.


Disclosure:  The prize is kindly supplied by P&G and consists of 1 x £20 John Lewis Partnership voucher; 1 bottle of Ariel Gel laundry liquid; 1 bottle of Flash liquid cleaner and 1 pack of Fairy dishwasher tabs.  I was rewarded for promoting this giveaway with the same.

154 comments:

  1. Switching off electronic devices when not using them

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  3. Washing at 30 degrees save £13 a year from your bill!

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  6. Washing at 30c rather than 40c can save money every year!

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  7. when you're finished using something make sure you switch it right off

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  8. Turn off things when you're not using them

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  9. instead of washing at 40c wash at 30c

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  11. wash at 30c not 40c

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  19. Not overflling the kettle will save £8 a year.

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  20. Washing at 30 degree instead of 40 x

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  21. Turn any electricals off when not in use.

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  28. washing at 30 degrees rather than higher temperatures

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  29. washing at 30 degrees rather than higher temperatures - Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  32. Line dry your washing outside.

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  33. Make the most of the summer and open blinds and curtains fully to let optimum light in - saves on electric!

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  35. Daniela Blumlein04 July, 2013 19:41

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  37. Switching to 30 degrees (frances hopkins)

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  38. Using the kettle: only boil as much water as you need. This is one area that I fall down on, as I guess I still have an underlying lingering thought of 'I'll burn the element' - from the days when kettles had a big chunky element that had to be covered in water!

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  39. use energy saving lightbulbs

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  45. Washing bclothig at 30 degrees save £13 a year from your bill

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  49. Only use the amount of water you need when boiling the kettle. x

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  50. yolanda davis; yoeydavis@yahoo.co.uk

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  51. Wow this is an awesome giveaway. I always wash at 30 :)

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  52. Peg your washing outside

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  53. Turning off devices when not in use :) XOXO

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  54. Lynsey Buchanan06 July, 2013 00:07

    washing at 30 degrees saves some money

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  55. Turn things off when you're not using them.

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  57. switching things off when your not using them xxx

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  58. wash at 30 rather than higher

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  59. Drying your washing outside rather than using a tumble drier.

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  60. Faye Huntington06 July, 2013 18:20

    Turning off appliances when not in use. With love, Faye xx

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  61. Charlotte Ingham06 July, 2013 19:52

    Wash at 30 degrees (which I do :D)

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  62. turning off electric sockets - i do this in the kids rooms as they are forever leaving their tv's on standby and their phone chargers on all night

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  65. Don't leave appliances on standby, turn them off.

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  66. Only boil the amount of water you need rather than fill the kettle full.

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  67. Wash at 30c instead of 40c

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  69. Only boil the kettle with as much water as you need.

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  70. Washing at 30 degrees instead of 40!

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  71. Wash clothes at 30degrees.
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  72. Instead of washing at 40c, wash at 30c

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  73. Turn it off- switch off appliances to save on energy bills

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  75. Hang your washing out .....

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  79. I use fairy lights powered by batteries in the bedroom and living room in the evening to save putting a lamp on

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  83. Watch how much electricity you can save around £50-£90 per year by turning off the devices and appliances when you are not using them. Save £30 by selecting 30 degrees for your washing and still get great results will save you around £13 per year.

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  84. Dry you clothes outside on the line

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  85. Wash at 30c insterad of 40c and save up to £13 a year

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  86. Switch appliances off when not in use

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  87. Wash at 30 degrees rather than using higher temperatures

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  90. Washing at 30 degrees save £13 a year from your bill which I try and do on the easy washes :-)

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  91. Switch of electrical appliances if your not using them

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  93. Wash your laundry at 30 degrees instead of 40

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  96. Careful with the kettle

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  98. Switching off electrical devices when not in use will save you money.

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  99. I was surprised at how effective washing at 30 degrees was when using a good detergent like Ariel Gel laundry.

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  100. Turn electricals off when not in use

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  101. Turn it off stand by is not off.

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  102. Only fill Kettle with what you need :)

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  103. Turn off appliances when you are not using them and wash at 30 degrees.

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  104. Switch off your elctricals hen yur nt using them

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    1. omg half my computer keys havent worked! that should have read 'switch off your electricals when your not using them'

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  105. Switch appliances off when not in use

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  106. James Donovan17 July, 2013 13:12

    Washing at 30 degrees save £13 a year from your bill!

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  107. Doing your washing at 30 degrees :)

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  108. Caroline Mortimer17 July, 2013 15:52

    Switch off electrical items when they are not in use

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  112. When boiling the kettle, only use the amount of water you need instead of filling the kettle right up.

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  113. Switch stuff off properly!

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  114. only boil the amount of water you need in the kettle

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  115. Jane Middleton17 July, 2013 21:10

    Wash your clothes at 30 degrees rather than 60 or 40

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  116. Washing at a lower temperature

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  117. Only boil the water you need to use in the kettle

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  118. Switching off your electrical items when not in use

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  119. Only boil the water you need in the kettle (something I need to do, I always overfill it :( )x

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  121. switch it off and turn down to 30
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  122. Washing at 30 degrees. Wow, I need to follow some of these tips.

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  123. Valerie Kaseram17 July, 2013 23:48

    Switching off devices when they are not in use :-)

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  124. Wash at 30 degrees, I always do this and it works fine (anything really dirty just needs soaking overnight in warm water with a little soap powder first).
    My money saving tip is to stand bottles upside down when they're nearly empty to drain out the last bit, and snip open tubes when they seem empty as it's surprising how much is left in that won't squeeze out. x

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