Saturday, 5 June 2021

Christmas Shopping In June.

 Regular readers will know we're always after a bargain or three.  Today (Saturday) we went looking round some charity and found some Christmas cards in cellophane.  Three packs for 1 Euro.  

We couldn't resist our inner Womble and duly bought them:




Have you collected any Christmas presents bargains yet?





13 comments:

  1. Wow, that is a bargain. Roll on Christmas !

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  2. Wasn't it just? Only six months to wait for Santa JayCee. 🛷😊

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  3. It's only friggin' June Dave! And like most normal people I haven't given Christmas a moment's thought.

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    1. Oh humbug Mr Pudding. I never walk past a bargain.

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    2. It won't be a bargain if you drop down dead in November.

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    3. True. I'm not planning on dying yet.👍

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    4. But if he would have waited to buy them in November, they would have been far more expensive and if he drops down dead later in the month, he will have wasted even more money. YP, you need to get over being a humbug. Think of little Phoebe! Someone has to make her Christmases magical. Times a-wasting. Better start on that project now.

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  4. 3 Packages for one euro!!! Well done! I always buy my cards right after Christmas and put them away for the following Christmas, but I have to say that my bargains do not compare to yours.

    And yes! I have begun to shop for Christmas!

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    1. Thanks Debby. I even bought my brother a birthday gift for next month.

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  5. I would definitely stock up on those cards. I would have bought out their stock. Xmas cards are hard to find around here. I'll probably have to buy mine online this year. And I'll probably leave it too late and then not have any cards to send.
    Great bargain

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  6. There was a box full of Christmas cards Linda. Why not make your own cards with views of Poros? That would be different.

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  7. I think I'd like some summer first, before thinking about Christmas!

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  8. Hmm... It's not been a scorcher yet. I always like to plan in advance.

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