Ok so I'm way ahead of everyone and starting my "stock" for 2016... i know i know, im nuts

But has anyone seen any really good wrapping paper deals?


  • 7roland87roland8 Forumite
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    Well I bought some super holly and robin ones a few weeks ago and got matching gift cards so I'm all set.
    Already got more than enough cards and have bought a load of cheap Xmas socks on sale now ready for stocking fillers - about 60p form Tesco for females and around 33p from Topman for mens.
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  • abbe89abbe89 Forumite
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    I tend to pick mine up in the Boxing day sales - particularly Paperchase. Last year I'm sure I paid about 50p - £1 for a roll which normally cost about £3-£4. Can usually get the tags that match as well pretty cheap. I always stock up!
  • There is usually still loads of wrapping paper and tags left in Boots when they go to their 70% off sale (so probably from Weds 13th or 20th January in 2016), this would make their standard £3 a roll go down to 90p a roll. Their duo packs are £5 full price, and come with matching tags and ribbon all in the pack, they would go down to £1.50 per pack in the sale.
  • SharonAlbaSharonAlba Forumite
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    You can order some really amazing papers from the online shops
  • tin_cantin_can Forumite
    196 Posts
    Go to your local b h s they was selling it off in our shop in hull for £0.25 each
    family mean more to me than money it's call a life
  • DigForVictoryDigForVictory Forumite
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    Part of the Furniture 10,000 Posts Name Dropper Photogenic
    If you have the time, now would be the moment to get the brown paper, the spuds & the green & red poster paint out.
    And the glitter (if that works for you.)
    Failing that, my local B&M had some generic shiny wrap last week. Not IIRC Festive but shiny...
  • amandajmartinamandajmartin Forumite
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    Part of the Furniture 10 Posts
    halfcost have some good deals on paper
  • SharonAlbaSharonAlba Forumite
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    I think you should wait for sometime till you can get some amazing deals and offers on the Christmas paper on on-line sites.
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