How Would I #Spend20K Challenge

The Lotto game of The National Lottery is changing on 5th October, giving players more chances to win more prizes. Players will get £25 for matching 3 numbers in the draw (up from £10) and 4 numbers (from £60 to £100), and a new raffle guarantees at least 50 winners of £20,000 each draw! And the best bit? When the jackpot rolls, so does the raffle, meaning hundreds more guaranteed £20,000 prizes.

So, if I were to win £20,000, how would I spend it?  Regular readers of my blog, will be aware that my life was turned upside-down 3 months ago, when my darling son was diagnosed with leukaemia.  We had to cancel all holiday plans this summer, as son1 has been too poorly.  So firstly, I would spend some of the money on treats for sin1 and his brother, perhaps some day-cations like a visit to a theme park.  Then, secondly, once son1 is well enough to travel, I would spend money on his choice of dream holiday for our family.  And finally, if there is any money left, I would use it for paying a lump sum on our mortgage.

son1 in hospital with his beads of courage - deserves some treats

Son1 in hospital with his beads of courage – deserves some treats

This post is an entry for BritMums #Spend20K Challenge sponsored by The National Lottery, with more ways to win more money on the new Lotto game. Find out more about new Lotto, which starts in October, here – www.national-lottery.co.uk

#Spend20K Challenge

For more details on this challenge, see http://www.britmums.com/2013/08/join-the-spend20k-challenge-win-shopping-vouchers/

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