Parcel delivery comparison site Parcel2Go.com has put together a handy alphabetical list of last delivery dates.
You’re probably sick to death of Christmas shopping by now and are glad to see the back of the festivities for another year, but these days between Christmas and New Year can actually be great for getting your Christmas shopping for next year started.
If you can stand having a Christmas Tree in your house for at least 3 weeks, B&Q are offering a free one if you spend £30 or more there this weekend.
Walletpop has 7 tips for saving money on your Christmas dinner; here’s a summary, with a few of our own thoughts.
Just a quick follow up to a post from a few weeks ago looking at how much charity Christmas cards donate to their nominated recipients.
There’s likely to be a shortage of Nordmann Firs this year, traditionally the most popular Christmas tree in Britain, thanks to the poor pound to euro exchange rate, meaning the price of Christmas trees will go through the roof this year, rather than the tree itself.
There seems to be a growing number of people getting fed up with the onset of Christmas shopping from about August onwards, and quite frankly, who can blame them?
If you’ve received a gift this Christmas that needs returning to the shop, for whatever reason, what are your rights as a shopper?
If you’re trying to explain to your kids why Santa Claus isn’t going to be leaving as many presents under the Christmas tree this year, here’s an amusing explanation of the credit crunch for kids.
One of the problems with online shopping is that you can’t make those last minute purchases on the web, so you may find it useful to know the ordering deadlines for a range of online retailers, to make sure that your gifts reach you before the big day.