How Price Savvy are you?















So a couple of weeks ago a lovely lady called Holly got in touch to see if I was interested in working with the Charity, Age UK Mobility on a sponsored post. This is something I do agree to, if the post is of interest and in the ethos of my blog.

However I was travelling in Germany and missed the deadline to take up the opportunity. But once I was back, I had a look at what the campaign was all about and as it was quite quirky and I personally enjoyed it, I told Holly I would still like to do a post on it, especially as it was for a Charity.

So, the premise of the campaign? Working out what decade specific items cost the most (in the equivalent of today’s prices)

Age UK, Age UK Mobility, The Generation game, Price wars, the cost of inflation, how much did it cost, how much? Can you guess the price?

Telephone?!?

Well, I thought that as I am pretty good with the general costs of things, I would fly through the quiz.

How wrong could I be?

In a few words, I was rubbish!

Age UK, Age UK Mobility, The Generation game, Price wars, the cost of inflation, how much did it cost, how much? Can you guess the price?

The latest tunes?!?

Fancy a little go? You just need to visit here and see how you do.

Needless to say, even if I had managed to take part in time,  I wouldn’t be in the running to win anything as I think I got nearly every question wrong!

Age UK, Age UK Mobility, The Generation game, Price wars, the cost of inflation, how much did it cost, how much? Can you guess the price?

Cheeseburger!?!

I am now going to try it on the whole family, hubby, Mum and the Twins; I want to know if it was just me that didn’t have a clue……

Watch this space!

Till next time,

SPSG xx










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