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Xmas Gifts for US and/or UK + Flash Sales 2016

Old Dec 12th 2016, 10:30 pm
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OK....for consumer items the USA is the 'land of plenty'.

Please everyone, throw out ideas of things to buy for partners/kids, rellies not only in the USA but in the UK too...especially if the UK internet sites will accept a non-UK billing address! I think we all know about Amazon in the US and UK, just trying to think of alternatives.

I haven't got a clue what to get my husband, and would appreciate some inspiration! (He is teetotal btw).

1) I've just had an e-mail for a Flash Sale until midnight tonight (12 December) for a variety of gift boxes from Crabtree and Evelyn - with free shipping - at 50% off from their online store only:

Www.crabtree-evelyn.com

2) Thornton's chocolates in the UK is also having a Christmas promotion.....I've just ordered their "Christmas Share Bundle" ( a large selection of chocs, toffees etc.) for 35 pounds (regular price 50 pounds) with free shipping to some rellies in the UK...my husband's siblings who are having their annual get-together this weekend and we have only made it once in 22 years lol!

Thornton's will accept orders with a non-UK billing address They have quite a few other offers on at the moment too:

Www.thorntons.co.uk
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Old Dec 13th 2016, 4:59 pm
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Great idea - my dental forum does this most years too - we all tend to write what we would like to receive as a present. Somehow,this is easier!!

https://usa.1more.com/collections/he...ear-headphones $60 for very decent earbuds that stay in.

Target : Expect More. Pay Less. My son suggested this as a birthday present (yesterday) for his younger sister. It sounds very good and she is very pleased with it. sorry link didn't tell you what it was. Portable bluetooth speaker http://www.jbl.com/bluetooth-speaker...=Black#start=1

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Old Dec 13th 2016, 5:16 pm
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Homedepot is sometimes good for guy presents. They also sell bluetooth speakers, but not as trendy as JBL. Woot.com also has some interesting items as does meh.com/morningsave.com. What about magazine subscriptions? I have request donations to charity this year, I feel like I have been over consumered.

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