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If you do, are the discounts really that substantial? What has been your best buy?

Posted by mom213767, 23rd December 2016

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  • I have on occasions gone to the Christmas Sales and bought items I knew I would definitely use.
    Some places reduce prices on over stocked items, especially now that they have GST levies to pay. They may also be reducing prices before stocktake rather than afterwards. You need to know the genuine normal price to know if the bargain is as good as you are lead to believe. I have a child whose birthday is in April so I sometimes buy the presents early. I also buy the next size knickers early too.

  • I’m sure there would be savings, but I can’t handle the crowds so I don’t go.

  • We would have a look at sales after Christmas if we need something!

  • There are massive savings on all things xmas on Boxing Day. I bought a serving platter that was $22, marked down to $2. I also bought my grandsons 1st bday pressie s and was happy with the savings

  • It pays to search online before going to the sales for the best bargains.

  • Bedding and we saved $$ – real bargains.

  • I waited a week after Christmas before hitting the sales. I got some good bargains but a lot of retailers started their boxing day sales prior to Christmas. Some retail staff also said that they have those types of sales all year round. My best buy was an Oroton handbag that was 70% off.

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