The last three Christmas posts I have shared with you included how to bag bargain food, presents and decorations but now the time has come to put all your planning together.
It’s not long before the big day. There will be wrapping paper chaos, family and friends visiting and the inevitable emergency chairs being brought out from the back of beyond.
For once I am more organised than I’ve ever been. My shopping is nearly complete and I have a turkey waiting in the freezer.
The tree should be arriving this week which we actually got a great deal on. It’s a real 7ft Nordman tree. My husband is the manager of a flower wholesaler and one of his customers grows and sells Christmas trees. He always does us a Christmas deal and only charges us £20 which for a massive real tree is incredible.
Once that arrives we can get busy decorating and it’s all systems go.
If you’re still Christmas shopping, then don’t panic there’s still plenty of deals and bargains around.
Argos has a great up to half price sale on at the minute. Argos for me has been great this Christmas. I’ve found so many bargains for my boys.
Keep a look out for voucher codes that you can use to drop prices down. I picked up two fab deals using codes this week. The first was a Frozen duvet that was £8 but after entering a code took it down to just £3.
The second code deal was a colour changing Finding Dory Hank. It hasn’t arrived yet but it was priced at £29.99 down to £9.99 but after entering a code, took it down to just £5.
As you can see there’s still plenty of deals out there so don’t panic. For more Christmas prezzie deals you can check out YouTube channel Coupons Galore UK where I’ve shared all my finds.
Be on the look out too for yellow sticker buys that you can freeze and save for Christmas dinner. This is something I did last year and it really helped dropped the price of Christmas dinner.
Although busy if you can brave it, Christmas Eve is a great time to shop for yellow sticker deals. Marks and Spencer do some great reductions so it may be worth having a trip in and seeing if you can find any.
Most importantly, let Christmas be special, have fun and enjoy the time with your family and friends.