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Buy Calendars After the Holidays For Half Price

Everyone in my immediate family and several close friends know that within a day or two after Christmas, I'll hit the local bookstores (Borders, Barnes and Noble) and get calendars at 1/2 price, and give them as their "after Christmas/Hanukkah gifts". I spend as much as $100, but get $200 in calendars. I've been doing this for at least five years now. Each person gets what they like and I save a lot of money buying them after Christmas instead of before. Everyone feels pretty special being part of my calendar tradition and I really enjoy doing it.

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By Robin from Dover, FL

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February 27, 20080 found this helpful

Better yet, go into an insurance office. The agents always have promotional items available from calendars to envelope openers to pens etc. all for free!

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