Today on blogmas, I thought I’d share with you some of my favourite online shops that I like to buy presents, beauty bits, clothes and homeware items from around Christmas time. Although I love going out shopping and feeling festive at this time of the year, it can get very busy and be a pain, so online shopping is perfect for me.
eBay is bloody brilliant for most things. Sometimes when I can’t afford to buy expensive make up full price, I’ll have a look on eBay and there’s always someone selling something for a little bit less, which is brilliant as it saves me money. Obviously I always check out reviews etc before purchasing as quite a lot of people sell fake stuff on there, but other than that I think its brilliant.
Very is absolutely brilliant for fast delivery. MOST things you order (unless you’re buying furniture or it states otherwise) very deliver the next day with just standard delivery! Its amazing and really handy for if you need something by the end of the week etc. Very also sell TONS of stuff.. Clothes (for women, men and children), furniture, beauty, electrical’s, DVDs/CDs, toys and loads of Christmas decorations and presents right now. Definitely check it out.
Obviouslyyyyy, Boots do the brilliant 3 for 2 on lots and lots of beauty, food and lifestyle gifts every year and they’re perfect for anyone who has lots of gifts to buy and you can save quite a lot.
Again, Tesco is a bit like Very selling loads and loads of different stuff but obviously only Tesco brands and is certainly a lot cheaper. Their food delivery slots for Christmas week are also available right now so if you want to do your online food shopping for Christmas, get in there now.
Around Christmas time me and my boyfriend normally order everything from Amazon. In fact, I normally send him my Christmas list and he goes on Amazon and orders everything which is normally a lotttt cheaper. We also normally buy our Christmas decorations from Amazon as there is soooo much to choose from.
What online sites do you like shopping on? Have you finished your Christmas shopping yet?