You check out all the special offers and get as many as you can.
You buy the store’s own brand.
Don’t have a usual supermarket.
You buy what you need from a list you made.
You always buy the same things each week.
You were bored.
Someone had dropped out and there was a spare ticket going.
Your friend/partner had a free ticket.
You pre-booked tickets.
A friend/partner suggested it.
You needed a car as your previous one died the day before.
They were offering such a good deal it was too good to pass up.
You got the best part exchange for your old car.
The sales person persuaded you to.
It was a safe option, reliable and doesn't cost a fortune to run.
Drive at 30 or under?
Drive at 30-35?
Slow down between cameras/speed bumps and accelerate in between?
Vary your speed depending on the area and time of night/day?
Drive at over 35 if there are no cameras?
Same place every year.
The more exotic the better.
Wherever I can afford.
Decide on a destination and get there as best as I can.
Last minute travel deal.
At a trusted store.
Get the best quality, regardless of cost.
Go for the lowest price.
Search for the best deal, highest quality at the lowest price.
The nearest convenient place.
Go on holiday/treat yourself.
Pay off debt.
Give some or all of it away e.g. to kids.
Place the money in a bank account and spend when you want to.
Open the email, see the content is blocked, note the unusual ‘sent from’ email address, so you delete it?
Without reading it, email your friends and ask them if it is worth replying to?
Open and read it and decide there isn’t anything in it for you?
Delete the email without opening it as you don’t have an account with them?
Open the message, read the first line and decide to answer it later?
Don't have any.
Live from day to day.
Checkout the bar prices and order the cheapest choice of beer?
Make sure you visit in happy hour?
Decide you want real ale so you ask the bar staff for their advice?
Ask for a daiquiri?
Ask the bar staff for their recommendation?