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How many people are nearly sorted with xmas presents??

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so far i have bought all the gifts for my children 4yrs and 2 1/2yrs ready and sorted just need wrapped. is it ever to early to be prepared as all sales and things are aimed at this time of year is th… Read More
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6y, 6m agoPosted 6 years, 6 months ago
so far i have bought all the gifts for my children 4yrs and 2 1/2yrs ready and sorted just need wrapped. is it ever to early to be prepared as all sales and things are aimed at this time of year is this the best time to buy?
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6y, 6m agoPosted 6 years, 6 months ago
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#1
some people on here started buying stuff in January lol. I only have a few people to buy for so unless I see something qwerky in the run up to christmas I'll probs just end up buying them in December!
[mod]#2
got 9 presents so far (for my 2 boys) still got quite a few to get as got a big family but usually finished mid november
#3
to many of these threads on here now "bored"
#4
wickedteen
to many of these threads on here now "bored"

cool story bro
#5
go on holiday in december..... dont buy anything

i'm the moneysavingexperta
#6
what happens when your children write their list to Santa and the stuff on it isn't what you have bought?!
#7
roryk83
what happens when your children write their list to Santa and the stuff on it isn't what you have bought?!

That's a happy thought oO
#8
Done, amost...
#9
I've not bought anything yet but thinking of what to buy the children,been asking them.
#10
Started in about Feb, and have about 6 pressies left to buy :D
#11
ive not bought anything yet, my daughters only one so she wont need much and i will have a nearly 2month old by xmas aswel so he wont need anything really, ive no idea what to get my daughter, the front room is full of toys already and no doubt my family will get her even more toys so i might just get her lots of nice clothes. i love buying presents for other people but can never think of anything i want when people ask.
#12
numptyj
wickedteen
to many of these threads on here now "bored"


cool story bro


was just curious as xmas is pushed in our faces atm wid all the shops stocking it all
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deb8z
roryk83
what happens when your children write their list to Santa and the stuff on it isn't what you have bought?!


That's a happy thought oO


there still young enough to just buy for them, im a single parent also so been buying when money has allowed
#14
Last year I got ahead of the game & had finished by about this time of year. But then I saw so many good deals(mainly through this site) that I just kept on buying. When it got to xmas day I'd bought nearly double what I usually would. So it wasnt money saving at all to start early. When its spread out over time, you can lose track of how much is spent. This year its back to buying socks & undies X)
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rosiegirl
Last year I got ahead of the game & had finished by about this time of year. But then I saw so many good deals(mainly through this site) that I just kept on buying. When it got to xmas day I'd bought nearly double what I usually would. So it wasnt money saving at all to start early. When its spread out over time, you can lose track of how much is spent. This year its back to buying socks & undies X)


yea thats the problem wid starting early there is allways still bargains to get in the way, lol, i do it all the time just like the other day last shop was meant to be argos then i was meant to be finished and a few other bits caught my eye, im leaving presents unwrapped until 23/24th this year coz i allways forget what ive bought and it dont seem christmassy doing it too soon.

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