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buying christmas presents for next year??

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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
so come on how many of us actually start buying for the next christmas in the january sales. i do lol my partner thinks i am a nutter but its perfect especially for those family members that never make an effort and just wrap a bottle of bubble bath up for me at least this way i can get them something decent at a fraction of the rrp.
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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago

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I do start in January, I get all the cards, wrap, ribbon, tags etc & I buy gifts throughout the year to put towards Christmas presents :)

i aint no scrooge just sick of spending loads to recieve something from the pound shop with absolutely no thought at all.
i get cards normally in the sales for next year, but have picked up a couple of bits for next years pressies this time.
Oh yes.
A girl like me. (My husband thought I was the only one!!!!!!!!)

I've got all the wrapping paper, ribbons, tags and cards for next year.
I've got a cupboard full of pressies that I pick up as and when and there is always something in there.
Got about half of what I need for next year.
I've pretty much done all my shopping for next year. Obviously will add to it with things I find and for birthdays. 1st year I've been so organised. :)
I've spent £30 already on items for next year, will be sitting in Ikea bags in my shed for many months , I'll no doubt slowly add uber bargains to that shedload of things for cheap pressies, people always think I've spent more on them than I actually have :)

you got money to burn then!!!!

i always start in jan sales, mega bargains to be had on ebay too!!!
my grand daughters have all the latest xmas toys this year and i probably paid less than half the rrp value!!
my twins got dsi and a 360 each total cost £329!!!

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