Stocking fillers can really add up to your Christmas spendings before you know it as you might have more stockings to fill than expected. Cue: free beauty gifts with purchase. These freebies make excellent stocking fillers and some can even double as gifts for under the Christmas tree.
2. Buy Christmas gift sets
Save money when you stock up on Christmas beauty gifts or as some call Holiday beauty gift sets. Worth more than what you pay for, they are a great way to save on your Christmas spending. But if you really want to make your Christmas money go further why not shop beauty gift sets which you can easily split into several gifts? Think, for example, of the Estee Lauder, Lancome, Elizabeth Arden Christmas beauty sets, so-called blockbusters. You can easily get several stocking fillers out of those beauty gift sets. For an edit see here.
3. Go To Sample Sales
Christmas savings are just a sample sale away. Sample sales are perfect for snapping up steeply discounted items from clothing, shoes, accessories, jewellery and more. Often you can find items at up to 90% off. Imagine finding a designer item for the price of a high street one…Oh and for sample sales in London, New York, Paris and Amsterdam see here.
4. Keep an eye out for special offers and sales
In the run up to Christmas keep an eye out for sales, such as the ones for Black Friday and Cyber Monday, but also in December there are plenty of bargains to be found. Just think of the special advent promotions brands offer and do have a look at the online sales sections of brands.
5. Make use of currency exchange rate differences
Ever shopped online across the border? You should as currency exchange rates can work in your favour – if you can find better bargains across the border, you might be able to save a lot even after the shipping fees. And if you plan a trip abroad, make sure to schedule some time off to hit the shops as some brands can be much cheaper than back home.