pennypinchUK wrote: »
You've been frugal (and probably a lot more thoughtful) all year round in order to reap the benefit at Christmas. So hell no, don't just spend more so you can say you've hit some magical sum of money that's been agreed. After all, your family have the opportunity to do what you do and shop around throughout the year.
Isn't it all about the giving, rather than the amount you spent on someone? Anyone who judges the value of your friendship and/or family worth based on the price of the gift you've given them is very shallow, and not worth giving a present to in the first place.
jonesy1976 wrote: »
Course not - kudos to you for hunting out the bargains.
Best £5 secret santa present I ever found several years ago was a 2003 Rugby world cup review DVD. From the poundshop!
Others were actually jealous and kept asking where i got it for a fiver. Din't have the guts to own up though!
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