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Need to buy some Christmas presents, would appreciate some good site suggestions. TIA.

Posted by mom93210, 30th October 2014

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  • Any book website… catch of the day has a wide range of products, too.

  • Lush or the body shop are great for tween girls. Otherwise gift cards go down well.

  • I usually head to eBay and type in suitable gifts for 12 yo (whatever age is relevant) girl and some good suggestions pop up

  • I find my layby land online is pretty good as you can layby for Xmas and has the latest stuff :) good luck

  • Hi, I know how difficult it can be to buy presents at good prices these days, and being a disabled pensioner, I decided to make my own site. I call it a Discount Online Shopping Mall called http://www.allbargainsanddiscounts.com. There are various categories on the top left side of the Home page, then just click on the banner. I am always looking to advertise good products that are cheap. The banners will take you the the shop’s website, I am only advertising the businesses. Good luck xxx dee

  • Have a few of these to buy for watching this with great interest

  • A great clothes and accessories store I have bought from a couple of times now is Popcherry

  • I mostly shop the ozsale, Target and Big W websites. I also always keep an eye out for smaller websites that have good sales throughout the year by ‘liking’ business pages on facebook and signing up to email newsletters.

  • I usually buy at Target or Kmart or bigw as it is cost effective and usually has alot of choice :)

  • There are LOTS of websites for this age group eg Mumgo, Scoopon, Cudo, Groupon where the gift can be delivered BUT, think about your local beauty salon for a mini facial (my 12 yr old loves them), vouchers or gift cards for movies, bowling, sports or concert event or zoos have vouchers for meet and greet with an animal.

  • My daughter is now 14 but as a tween loved Cotton On (for clothing, accessories, bags) and Spencil, Colourhide and Micador for art and craft (all have facebook pages too), and Booktopia is great for books and other gifts. Check out Madeit too- they have so many lovely handmade items.

  • i find ebay is great if you know what your looking for :) Happy shopping

  • Scoopon have some great deals on at the moment.

  • Deals direct have got some good stuff. Also peters of kensington. And very well priced!

  • Hi OZ sales is pretty good , even just for gift ideas

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