GIVEAWAY: win £100 in John Lewis vouchers

Miss Thrifty157 June 6, 2014


Would you like to win a £100 John Lewis voucher? Then read on…

The insurance brokers at Drewberry Insurance would like feedback on their new online insurance tool, and have teamed up with the Miss Thrifty Blog for a John Lewis-tastic giveaway.

Like previous giveaways, this one is exclusive to the Thrifties – AKA the canny bargain-hunters who have signed up to receive the latest Miss Thrifty posts and deals by email.

So if you already subscribe and you are reading this in an email: the odds are already in your favour.

If a spending spree in good old John Lewis would be just the ticket, but you haven’t yet signed up: now’s your chance. This competition doesn’t close until Friday 20 June 2014. The Join The Thrifties sign-up box is in the top right-hand corner on every page of the Miss Thrifty Blog.

To enter, just follow the instructions below.

How to enter to win a £100 John Lewis voucher

1. Be a current email subscriber.

2. Check out the Drewberry Insurance Family Insurance Tool. The tool aims to help you understand any financial risks faced by your family, and suggests useful policies to cover those risks.

3. Leave a comment at the bottom of this blog post, with your feedback on the tool. We aren’t expecting essays, just initial impressions and/or a thought or two.

The giveaway closes at 11:59pm GMT on 20 June 14, and is open to UK residents. One entry per email subscriber. The winner will be selected using a random number generator, and will be announced in a future blog post.

Good luck!

[Drewberry Insurance Family Insurance Tool]

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157 Responses to “GIVEAWAY: win £100 in John Lewis vouchers

Emily says:

Easy to use – but perhaps a bit of a text wall in places. I liked the use of pictures and tables to convey the most essential information.

June 20, 2014 at 1:33 pm

Gary Topley says:

Easy and user friendly. Colourful and looks inviting.

June 20, 2014 at 2:27 pm

Bohdan Kuczynski says:

Nice and simple, good layout and clear explanations of the insurance types. Aimed at families I think I like it

June 20, 2014 at 5:54 pm

susan willshee says:

It was a bit rude to me! It said ‘If your family does not rely on you to cover the bills each month who do you rely on?’ then told me to put their details into the tool instead.
So basically it’s just trying to sell income protection insurance and isn’t interested in helping me find out about other insurance options. Bit of a disappointment.

June 20, 2014 at 8:47 pm

I tried putting in my details, but it suggested I put in details of the bill payer instead! Felt a little irrelevant, but it did suggest perhaps I was responsible for childcare, so maybe I’m meant to take some comfort in that!

June 20, 2014 at 9:57 pm

Valerie Kay says:

Very easy to use 🙂

June 20, 2014 at 11:29 pm

Alisa Moore says:

Seems easy to use

June 20, 2014 at 11:47 pm

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