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The holidays are here, and it’s time to make your gift lists. You’re probably wondering which items to purchase and still stay within your budget. There is nothing wrong with finding great deals on family or office gifts. Remember, you do not have to sacrifice gift value when looking for less expensive or cost-effective solutions. Whether for loved ones or co-workers, here are three ways to save on your holiday shopping this year.
Free shipping is everywhere you look these days. From Amazon to eBay, countless vendors and sellers offer free shipping on bulk or high-volume orders. You can also access these services on items that meet a certain amount set by the retailer, for example, free shipping on all orders $25 or more. This means you can purchase just one item totaling this amount and still reap the benefits. Similarly, you may want to purchase different brands or items, such as clothing or electronics. With this in mind, look for online deals that offer free shipping per item or per bulk order at checkout. Either way, you can truly save big bucks and time.
Another great way to save on holiday shopping is with deals sites. From Brad’s Deals to Groupon, these sites feature daily deals and savings on a myriad of brands, including electronics, clothing, toys, dining, entertainment and much more. Many deals sites also offer the following:
Holiday shopping coupons are perfect for saving time and money. Many online retailers offer e-coupons or codes that you can redeem at checkout. There may be some restrictions on using the same coupons for similar orders, so it’s important to check. However, you can still find a range of cost-saving deals online or inside stores. The same also goes for coupon apps on smartphones and other devices. Here are some of the top couponing sites on the web today:
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