Christmas Gift Guide
I am behind in the Christmas gift buying process. Usually by now, I have purchased most of the gifts I am planning to give but this year the time seems to have run away from me. I was also really stuck for ideas so decided to have a browse around the internet for ideas and pop them all in a post in case they can help you with your Christmas preparations.
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To save money on your gift buying it is really important to plan in advance. In this post I share the top tips I follow before purchasing my Christmas gifts. I also put money away for Christmas each month, so that come November/December I have enough to cover all my present buying. I know exactly how much I have to spend and I stick to my budget religiously. I then either pay in cash or use my credit card but always ensure I pay it off as soon as the bill comes in. Then in January I start the monthly saving all over again. It’s a great feeling to know you already have the cash waiting.
Amazon has a whole guide to toys for this Christmas and is a great place to start.
For the travel lovers in your life you can’t beat a mini cruise to Amsterdam, especially as it is currently on 2 for 1. We've done mini cruises 5 times now and love them. They are great for families with younger children too.
If perfume is the gift you wish to give, then keep an eye out on the Superdrug weekly star buys for the latest bargains.
Tickets for concerts or attractions
How about tickets to see their favourite star in concert or visit a favourite attractions. Tickets for are also a great gift for the minimalist in your life or someone who has recently decluttered. See Tickets has great prices on all kinds of tickets for upcoming dates.
You can’t beat funny t-shirts and I find these go down really well as gifts for teenagers or to be given by teenagers. This one caught my eye as ‘chatting sh*t’ seems to be a favourite phrase at the moment and this gives it a festive twist - ha ha!
For an amazing range of fashion at the best price, take a look at Everything 5 Pounds. That’s right, everything they sell is priced at just £5.
Online Christmas Gift Guides
If you are really stuck trying to think of the perfect gift, take a look at the Christmas Gift Guides below:
Amazon comes out top here due to the range of items you can find. You can also search by category such as kids, teens, for him, for her etc which is helpful.
Boots comes up again with a brilliant Christmas gift guide.
You can’t beat giving an experience as a gift , particularly if you are buying for a minimalist add link and Travelzoo have done the hard work and made it easy for you by developing the Travelzoo Christmas Gift Guide. Here you will find all sorts of experiences from afternoon teas, to hotel stays and supercar driving to arts and crafts.
Christmas Day Food
With the presents all planned, I will now turn my attention to the food for Christmas Day. Luckily I have some posts from previous years that I will fall back on. My Christmas dinner will come from Iceland, as it has for the past two years. It’s good value, easy to cook and tastes delicious. Can you tell I’m a huge fan of Iceland??
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