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How to Save Money This Christmas

 Money-Saving Tips for Christmas

1. Plan Ahead

Here are some tips on how you can prepare for this year’s Christmas:

This is the time of year where people are gearing up for Christmas. It’s not too late to get some last-minute tips on how to prepare for this year’s festive season.

Plan ahead: Have a clear idea of what you want to buy and how much it will cost beforehand so that you spend less when the time comes. Write everyone’s name down and decide on your budget. Check the November Black Friday offers but do your homework sometimes these prices are not necessarily cheaper so start looking at the prices now to compare.

Buy in bulk: It is not always necessary to make all of your purchases in one go; instead, take time out during the build-up and decide what you can bulk buy and what needs to be bought nearer Christmas Week.

Saving money is something that everyone should do, but when the holiday season starts, it’s so hard to stay on track.

Set up a budget for yourself and stick to it! This will help you keep your spending in check and not overspend on things like gifts, food, decorations, etc.

Don’t go overboard with eating out. Take-out costs can add up quickly. Instead make Christmas dinner at home or cook for your friends/family rather than going out to eat to celebrate.

2. Spend Wisely

Check if they already have a similar item think imaginatively or outside the box for something different lookup Gift Lists online, plenty of bloggers do their version of lists with age-appropriate gifts. These are a great way to find something different but stick to your budget. You could make your own special Christmas eve boxes.

The holiday season is a time for spending time with family and friends, sharing good food, and exchanging gifts. While there are so many gift choices out there, sometimes it can be hard to decide what the perfect gift might be. Luckily, Pinterest has some great DIY gift ideas that will have you ready in no time. So take a look on Social media for some fabulous ideas. Make your own gift wrap with brown paper and rubber ink stamps.

3. Prepare For Christmas Earlier Than Usual

One of the best ways to start Christmas planning early is by taking advantage of the sales that come up in November especially Black Friday. The holiday season is one of the busiest times for retailers and they often offer deep discounts on their products before Halloween or Thanksgiving.

4. Designate a Place to Keep Gifts You’ve Been Sent or Bought

Store your Gifts somewhere appropriate maybe in your loft but somewhere you will remember you have stored the gifts.

Find ways to make gifts last longer like putting them in time capsules or making DIY projects like candles or homemade cards with drawings from children (you can also use this as an opportunity to teach them about saving money

5. Use all the Cashback and Vouchercode Sites

The holidays are coming and it is time to start preparing for the festive season. To spend as little as possible, we need to start early and plan you’re budget well.

I use Quidco and Top Cashback but you can also type in Vouchercodes sites to see if there are extra discounts for your online shopping. I often find an extra discount code and it only takes a few more minutes of my time.

Christmas shopping is an expensive activity. If you’ve ever been on a budget before, you know how hard it can be to keep spending down. Luckily, there are ways to save money and still get the most out of your holiday spirit.

6. Don’t Eat Out Dine In

Don’t go overboard with eating out. Take-out costs can add up quickly. Instead make Christmas dinner at home or cook for your friends/family rather than going out to eat to celebrate. The run-up to Christmas can be hectic stressful and costly. Persuade those friends who invite you out to expensive meals to dine at home instead maybe you could each take it in turned to host small drinks and nibbles evening instead.

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