The holiday season is upon us, and along with it comes holiday shopping! We know that this time of year can be hard on everyone’s wallets, and budget-friendly ways to shop can help make the experience joyful for all those involved. Read on for our best tips for saving money during the holidays.
Shop The Sales
Don’t buy anything full price! Between the end of November to around mid-December, most companies are going to be offering tons of sales to guarantee that they give you all the opportunities you need to do your holiday shopping. If the item you want isn’t on sale, sign up for the company or brand’s email marketing or email list and wait a week. 90% of the time, you’ll be happy you waited.
If some new headphones are on your personal wish list, be sure to shop the AfterShokz Soundz Of Joy Sale to save up to $35 off select wireless headphones. You deserve a treat, too!
Sign Up For Loyalty or Rewards Programs
If you shop from a specific brand often, it’s definitely worth signing up for any loyalty program or rewards program they might be running. Many companies will even give you a discount off your next purchase just by signing up...including AfterShokz!
Sign up for the AfterShokz Rewards Program* to earn $7.50 off your first purchase, as well as earn points for completing tasks such as following us on social media and for every dollar spent.
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Buy Gifts In Bulk To Save On Shipping
If you know you might want to purchase multiple items from the same website or online store, make sure you order them all at one time. This way, you’ll save on shipping costs (and if you order enough, you could get free shipping) and you’ll help protect the environment by reducing the amount of unnecessary packing materials.
Good news –– AfterShokz offers FREE shipping on every purchase, no minimum required. Happy saving!
Set Up A Budget
Don’t go into the holiday shopping season unprepared! We recommend writing out a list with the maximum dollar amount you’re willing to spend on each person, plus a few gift ideas that fall within that price point. Stay strict and don’t go over budget; those extra $5 will add up fast. Mapping out a budget plan for holiday shopping will help keep things stress-free even after everything has been unwrapped.
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