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debt free xmas

I am a bzzagent and I have been asked to write  a guide to help other eBay users,
these days times are hard and money is tight especially at xmas time, so I have wrote this guide to hopefully help people have a happy, stress less, debt free xmas.

step 1 : internet.

obviously trawl the internet eBay and amazon  is usually my first point of call, but also look for small spelling mistakes this has sometimes bagged  me some real great bargains, so for example if your looking for a duffle coat try typing in duffel or dufel or dufle, its surprising what a bargain you can get as people don't see these to bid on.

step 2 : voucher codes.

trawl the internet  for discount voucher codes, whether you are looking for dvds, games, books, clothes, toys, or electricals  the internet is a vast with discount codes even for the most popular high street shops, they all want your cash.

step 3: sales.

don't waste your time waiting for the boxing day sales or January sales because they simply don't exist anymore, all the stores like to hit big xmas sales targets and they are all competing so the sales usually start early November, so it pays to shop round.

step 4 : savings cards/stamp cards

start in January on savings cards/stamp cards where you shop the most regular, these savings soon add up and can be cashed in to pay for your big xmas shop or that special xmas outfit, even to buy stocking fillers, gift sets, games and perfume, most stores do them now, asda and iceland has savings cards, Tesco and Sainsbury's bonus cards use them even for petrol.

step 5 : want free stuff
become a bzzagent or join Tesco orchid, these are legit sites to try products for free, sent to your home free, for you to try for free, get it, free.
I hope this helps you have a happy. debt free xmas.
happy xmas



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