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    Yeah come to think of it I do think IGA does their own saver thing. Might be a good option.

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    Default Chrisco etc.

    I got it for the ease, never again! Lol this year coming I am putting $40 a week in a tin I can't open, you know the ones at the $2 shop... That will equil about $1400 for Christmas shopping and I am sure that will be way more then enough! But this year I was paying chrisco $36.50 per week so it will be a little more this year but I will be in control and still have the same amount left

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    Default Chrisco etc.

    Yep the Christmas bank accounts you cannot withdraw from until a certain date

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    the hamper companies do vouchers as well - you pay like you would for a hamper, then at the end of the year they post the vouchers to you. You choose from a list of stores that they sell vouchers for. There is a small fee but if it helps you to save for christmas you might be willing to pay it.

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    Default Re: Chrisco etc.

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    the hamper companies do vouchers as well - you pay like you would for a hamper, then at the end of the year they post the vouchers to you. You choose from a list of stores that they sell vouchers for. There is a small fee but if it helps you to save for christmas you might be willing to pay it.
    I was going to suggest the same thing. I think for a hundred dollar voucher its about an extra $10 so your paying that little bit extra but in the end, you are also able to buy what you want and need without having to worry about waste. They do vouchers for so many different places too which is good.

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