3 Top Tips For Buying Through Catalogues This Christmas

A collaborative post to help with Christmas shopping…

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With Christmas just around the corner, ordering from Christmas Catalogues can provide you with a number of benefits as a shopper. In fact, you could spread the cost of your order over time and access a wider range of products than you would normally find in your nearest town centre. However, before you part with your cash, there are a number of things you need to know.

Here are top tips for buying through catalogues this Christmas.

1. Take advantage of Black Friday discounts

Black Friday has taken the UK by storm in the last few years. What was once solely an American phenomenon is now one of the biggest shopping days of the year on this side of the Atlantic. Although not all catalogue companies offer Black Friday discounts, this is the perfect time of the year to bag a bargain and save some money! Find out which catalogue companies reduce items and introduce special promotions on their website, and remember to be quick – many of the best bargains soon sell-out!

2. Sign up to mailing lists

Signing up to a catalogue company’s mailing list can be a great way to be one of the first people to receive the latest promotions and discounts. In fact, you could find money-off vouchers and discounted deals in your email inbox. You can always unsubscribe from these lists whenever you like so there’s no pressure, but signing up to a mailing list can be a fantastic idea if you want to save money.

3. Use introductory offers

Many catalogue companies provide you with a discount on your order when you sign up as a new customer – saving you a great deal of money. Although these promotions will depend on the retailer, you can expect to receive up to as much as 20 percent off your first order. If you are wanting to buy Christmas presents, this discount could provide you with a significant saving.


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