Top tips for saving money at Christmas
28 November 2023
When you order goods online, the majority of retailers give you a 14-day cooling-off period after the item arrives to send the order back and ask for a refund.
This is fantastic news if you change your mind, need a different size or want the item in a different colour. However, if you're ordering a Christmas present online, there's a chance that this period of time will have expired by the time they unwrap their gift.
To avoid this awkward experience, make sure you're happy with your purchase before you wrap it up so you don't lose your legal returns rights.
Of course, some stores may be in the Christmas spirit and offer an extended returns policy during the festive period, but they don't have to, so remember to check.
Christmas is a time for giving, but that doesn’t mean you must break the bank to have a happy holiday. With a few smart tricks, forward planning, and frugality, you can keep your loved ones happy without breaking the bank.
We hope you enjoyed this blog, and for more money-saving tips, check out our other guides on our My Place hub.