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Top Tips To Save Money Over Christmas.

Christmas is an annual festival celebrated in commemoration of the birth of Jesus Christ, Over the years it is observed mainly on December 25 as a religious and cultural celebration among billions of people around the world. Christmas Day is a public holiday in many countries celebrated religiously by a majority of Christians, as well as culturally by many non-Christians, and forms an integral part of the holiday season organized around it.

Due to hard life and changes in the school calendar which requires parents to pay school fees time and again, there may be a challenge due to the usual Christmas expenditure.If the usual way of celebrating is not changed and budget adjusted there will be a problem when schools open.A Christmas Morning And A Sabbath Day.

Read the tips below they may help you control your Christmas budget as well as allow you to enjoy Christmas with your family as you save for school fees.

Set individual budgets for each person.

Make a list of items you need to buy and the number of people you need to give a present . Estimate how much you need to spend on each person and stick to your budget.
Think before writing each person’s name, stop and think: ‘Am I buying for this person because I want to or is it because they always buy me one?’ If you answer the latter, then perhaps it is worth discussing with them the possibility of just sending each other cards instead. Why is Christmas Day on the 25th December?

Suggest a Santa gift.

Are you that person who celebrate 🎁 with a large group of people, friends, family? then a Secret Santa is a great way to save time and money. What you need to do is simply choose which person to buy for out of a hat and set a communal spending limit. The Secret Santa helps to avoid impulse buying. and cuts the cost of having to buy for masses of people.

Don’t be afraid to compare prices.

When you want to buy a certain item, do not be tempted to buy it from the first retailer you find. Reach out to online websites that deal with online business these will help you to compare prices easily before you get to actual buying, so have a look and they can do the hard work for you!

Look for discount codes.

If you the kind of a person who does a lot of your Christmas shopping online or even in malls and supermarkets, it is a nice idea to check if there are any discount codes for the store you are purchasing from. This will help reduce your expenditure and hence you will be able to save some money in the end.

Be cautious when buying gift cards.

A gift card can be a great gift for someone if you are unsure of what to buy for them. It is worth remembering that if a company goes into administration then the policies surrounding gift cards can change. On some occasions, companies can stop accepting gift cards altogether.

Remember: Although not advertised, many gift cards have an expiry date (usually about two years or so).

Waste not, want not!

Most people have the habit of wasting a lot of things over Christmas. It goes without a say that wasting anything can later amount to spending unnecessary money later on. Contemplate what you can utilise over the Christmas period, improvise whatever possible. For example, is you can use last year s’ cards to create festive gift tags!

What is your take on Christmas? Am advising, Remember that Christmas is not all about spending! but a time to spend with friends and family and should not revolve around presents or how much you have spent. It is good to remember this whilst doing your Christmas shopping! Merry Christmas 2021

Finally.

“I hope the magic of Christmas fills every corner of your heart and home with joy — now and always.”May God bless you all as you allow Christ to be born in your heart, much love my family, friends and relatives.

 

 

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