Have you frozen your credit card yet? By that, I mean, have you put your credit card into a cup of ice and put it in your freezer so you don’t spend it? Now that #Black Friday and #CyberMonday have come and gone, you’re finished with your holiday shopping right? We’re just kidding. We know that you still have a bunch of holiday gifts to purchase for Christmas, hanukkah, Kwanzaa, or dare we say it, Chrismasakkuh? But don’t fret, here are some tips to take advantage of those last minute holiday deals.
We’re not talking about that sweet stuff that you put in your tea. We’re talking about Honey, a free browser extension that automatically finds and applies coupon codes at checkout for over 30,000 shopping sites. You can use it on Amazon and various other e-retailers to get the best possible deal.
CyberMonday Isn’t the Last Stand
Were you too exhausted to deal with the plethora of Cybermonday and Black Friday sales coming your way? Did your credit card endure a bit too much use this past week? Don’t fret. Most retailers know that you will be online this entire month looking for the best deals so most of these deals will still be available for us. Including us. Yes, here at Click & Carry, we have 25% off all Click & Carry handles using the code ‘Holiday25.’ Moms, friends, co-workers will LOVE them. Trust us.
Useful is Better Than Cute
Do you really need another scarf or a mug that you will never use? Or perhaps a random skin cream that you will give you a rash? The answer is a resounding now. Why not gift someone with something that they will actually use? Try a bottle of wine, an Amazon or Trader Joes gift card, or a Click & Carry that will help you carry all those holiday goodies.
It’s the Thought That Counts
Yes, this is still the truth. Despite the idea of wanting to give extravagant gifts, sometimes the best gifts are small, inexpensive and come from the heart. Why not gift a picture album like Chatbooks or perhaps useful items like Click & Carry into a little gift bag with additional helpful household goodies. Like we always say, ’tis better to have given a gift that will be used than a gift that will be re-gifted immediately or put in a closet to be re-gifted next year.
And to all a good night.