100 Days of Christmas Savings: Day 31: Shop Garage Sales for Christmas Decorations

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100daysdecorThere are people who get brand new Christmas decorations every year, and you want to be at their garage sales!

You can find big boxes of ornaments, tinsel, lights, and other types of Christmas decor for only a few bucks. Make the most of your time by searching for garage sales on Craigslist. Go to the Craigslist page for your city and navigate to the garage sales page. Use the search bar on the left to search for Christmas, X-mas, and holiday. You’ll be able to see all the listings that are advertising their Christmas items. Hit all of those garage sales first to see how much you get, and then you can just drive around. Who knows what hidden gems you’ll find in your neighborhood?

Once you’ve gotten some great garage sale Christmas decorations, take care of them! They can last you for years, which is a pretty good return on something that only costs you a couple dollars. At the end of the season, wrap your breakable ornaments (because an emergency room visit for a sliced thumb isn’t budget friendly!), roll each string of lights together, and pack everything in a closed plastic container. This will keep everything safe from moisture and bugs.

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