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10 Holiday Shopping Tips by Lisa Rogers-Cherry

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1. Make a list for who and what you're buying and set a budget for each.
 
2. Be sure to take the advertisement to the store with you for the items that you want to purchase.
 
3. Pay close attention to your purse and/or wallet. Pickpockets are extra busy during this season.
 
4. Keep all of your receipts in an envelope and ask for gift receipts when making purchases for others.
 
5. Give gifts that you can make.
 
6. If you have to mail gifts, don't wait to the last minute. Send them early, if possible.
 
7. Avoid the crowds and shop online. Be sure to google online promotion codes and coupons for the stores that you are purchasing from.
 
8. Use cash only to make purchases.  Do not use your credit cards!
 
9. Steer clear of buying extended warranties.  Usually the manufacturers warranty covers the first year anyway.
 
10. If you have a large family, pull names and purchase one gift instead of purchasing for each family member.
 
 
 
Lisa'spic_pdf[1] Lisa Rogers-Cherry is the author of Lifting the Burdens of Debt:  A Helpful Guide to Getting Your Debts Paid and Your Life Back on Track (2005; $14.95). Lisa writes monthly financial tips for www.bloggingblackmiami.com and can be heard on www.wmbm.com  on the Let's Talk Money Show.  If you have a question or for more information go to www.redpenpress.com, e-mail her at [email protected], or write Lisa Rogers-Cherry, Red Pen Press, P. O. Box 1196, Dania Beach, FL 33004.
 

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Thank you Lisa Rogers-Cherry. You have shared very useful tips with us. I want to add one more tip ie. take advice from friends also which shop is good for which thing and always try price on 2-3 shops to make your shopping cheap and best. :-)

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