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Well we did go into August a few days to finish our full Christmas (Savings) in July series. I hope you found the resources that The Happy Housewife and I shared helpful to save more money for Christmas.

Here is a recap of each post that we shared during this series:

  1. Plan Now to Spend Less at Christmas
  2. Save Money Monthly for Gifts
  3. Purchase Gift Cards During Store Fuel Promotions
  4. Shop Sales Throughout the Year
  5. Give Practical Gifts
  6. Use Last Year’s Christmas Clearance Purchases
  7. Send Photo Cards Instead of Christmas Cards
  8. Earn Cash Back with Online Shopping
  9. Use Retail Coupons – Paper, eCoupons and Online
  10. Purchase Discounted Gift Cards as Gifts
  11. Find Deals on Rechargeable Batteries
  12. Buying Gifts from Daily Deal Sites
  13. Request a Price Match
  14. Purchase Stocking Stuffers at Craft Stores
  15. Make a Frugal Holiday Dinner
  16. Use Price Comparison Sites
  17. Find Savings and Deals on Facebook
  18. Subscribe to Emails for Exclusive Savings
  19. Find Inexpensive Gifts at Drugstores and Office Supply Stores
  20. Do a Gift Exchange
  21. Purchase Gifts on eBay
  22. Shop on
  23. Pay $5 for a Gift at
  24. Cash In Rewards
  25. Sell on Ebay
  26. Hold a Christmas Funds Garage Sale
  27. Don’t Chase Every Deal
  28. Inexpensive Gift Wrapping Ideas
  29. 35 Simple Ways to Save
  30. Don’t Buy Gifts
  31. Shop Local
  32. Give Back

Visit The Happy Housewife to learn how to make a step stool. Toni will also have a roundup of the Homemade Christmas gifts as well!

It doesn’t have to end here! Please continue to share your best everyday savings tips so others can learn ways to save money too. Remember, you are eligible to win the $50 CASH prize each week. You can win multiple times as well! All of your submissions put you in the running for the Grand Prize of $500 CASH that will be drawn early next year!

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About Andrea Deckard

Andrea Deckard is a personal finance expert and speaker. She lives by the following motto, "save on what you need so you can spend on what you want." She started Savings Lifestyle in 2008, and long-time readers remember the site as Mommy Snacks. Andrea is a go-to resource on frugal living for local news outlets such as WDTN, WGRR, and as well as national outlets like Good Morning America. She has also been featured in multiple national publications.

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