Saturday, 3 December 2016

Keeping In Your Budget At Christmas.

I generally don't have a limit or budget with what I buy at Christmas time. I try not to let it all build up and have a massive spend in December. I like to spend it throughout the year. I start my birthday/Christmas shopping in January. I tend to save around £150, so I have a good chunk of cash if I see something. I get cards/bows/decorations & wrapping paper in the sale and they work out about 10p+ each. I got this bundle from the Tesco sale for £3.32 delivered. It's always good to have a look in the sales online as you can pick up some real bargains.

I always get gift cards for Christmas, boots is a favourite as I like to grab a few perfume sets in the sale, ready for the year. The frozen sets come in handy for gifs and birthdays. This lot cost me £26 with delivery, normally one of the perfume sets cost more than £26 & it keeps me stocked up.

I never buy anything full price unless I have too and I always check on Topcashback to see if I can claim any cash back. This year Ive got £208.00 from just using the site, it's well worth signing up too.

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