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Saving Money This Christmas

Hey Cats,

That dreaded almost last pay day before Christmas looms and we all want to treat the ones we love to lots of amazing things but life still throws bills at us. You can still get lots of amazing presents with a few money saving tips that I like to use.

Charity Shops

Charity shops have really upped their game and people have become so much more generous. If you go into quality Charity shops now you can find lost of either brand new with tags items or barely used. I know I am bias because of my job but I see so many bargains every day and you can really stretch that money a little further. Not only that but you are also doing a good deed and helping out those who need support. So next time you are out shopping don't forget to support your favourite cause by popping in and seeing what they have on offer,

Voucher Codes

There are lots of websites just dedicated to helping you get a cheaper deal with anything from a few pennies off to a huge 50% off. Voucheroo has some amazing deals on at the moment from well known retailers like Curry;s, Asos and more. So before you click for that big purchase or even a little treat for yourself have a look. The thing I love most about using Voucheroo over other voucher websites is that they have an easy list of all the retailers they currently have offers with so you can just browse quickly and then have a look. It is also a great way to find presents you may not even have thought of. A great way to discover new brands too! While I was browsing I found some awesome discounts for Debenhams, Boots and Simply be. All places I was going to shop anyway so I wasn't complaining at that saving.

Make Something

You don't even have to be super creative to make presents for people. I have had my fair share of pinterest fails but you have to fail a few times to get good at anything in life, I have a huge folder full of great little gifts you can put together and even better when its bulk presents, Check out my Pinterest.

Do you have any money saving tips?

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  1. Awesome post. I'm all about food this year, no gift exchange. I prefer it like this because I often received items I didn't really need, not to say they weren't nice, but my house would get cluttered up. I think food is a nice alternative, or donating to charity in your loved one's name is a good idea too (I asked people to do this on my birthday).


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