Online Christmas Shopping

Online Shopping - Shop online without hassle.
November 18, 2008 6:16am CST
What do you think about Online Christmas Shopping? Have you done this, or are you gonna do this, this Christmas? A lot of shoppers today tend to shop online because, its hassle free, no traffic, no need to line up. How about you? How do you shop for the preparation this Christmas Season.
4 responses
@ASteward (120)
• United States
21 Nov 08
I'm thinking about doing online shopping this year. I'm thinking of going through my points to try and rack up points as I shop. Or getting gas cards for people so I can get points on my card for other stuff. In this economy I think that's an ok strategy. I like the convenience of online shopping. Only problem is that I always think about doing it when it's too late so I'd have to pay waaaayyyy too much for shipping.
• United States
18 Nov 08
i love online christmas shopping. it is alot less stressful. like you said, no lines and no dealing with all the other thousands of folks out that day. you can shop in your pajamas and have it all delivered to your door. i started about 3 years ago when i was home on medical leave and couldnt drive durinmg the holidays. ive done it ever since. you can also find alot of deals only offered on the internet. i say this is the way to go
• Philippines
18 Nov 08
I really wanted to try this online shopping as shopping in the mall or market is so tiring and it will take me hours to line up on the counter to pay all the items I bought for my relatives, family, friends, officemates, bosses, and godchildren. So I think I benefit more on online shopping. But I'm still looking for a commendable site to shop.
@Metalchick (1387)
18 Nov 08
My plan this year is to start this very soon. I am normally one of those people who leave it all to the very last minute in a rushed dash to the shops to grab the last few things on the shelves. However this year will be different...i'm going to do the majority of it online. Have a few ideas already of what I want to get people, family and friends so it's just a case of comparing prices online to find out where I can get it the cheapest then looking to see if I can purchase it through a cashback site to help save me more money. Hopefully this way I can actually make some moeny on the cash i'm spending out. Although have had the odd bad experience with the post when i've bought things online. Once remember buying a CD only for it to go missing in the post and because the invoice is sent with the product I had no way of proving i'd paid for it so I couldn't claim a replacement or seek compansation from Royal mail. I'm a little more aware about things coming by mail now and only purchase if I know they'll be delivered by courier or parcel post and very well packaged.