Holiday Shoppers Can Save Big This Season

(WBAP/KLIF) — Some North Texans are feeling the stress of buying gifts, decorations and other holiday goods, which is putting a strain on holiday cheer and their pocket books.

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Over half of holiday shoppers expect to feel financially burdened this year, prompting them to search for deals. The National Retail Federation projects the average American will spend $875 during the holiday season, which Bankrate Industry Analyst Ted Rossman says will prompt retailers to cater to shoppers. Rossman says a recent survey showed that 53% of holiday shoppers plan to pay for at least some of their holiday purchases with a credit card. In light of inflation, he provides some tips to help with budget-friendly holiday shopping, such as bundle discounts, using a rewards credit card, making a list and sticking to a budget, as well limiting your gift-giving circle to immediate family.

Shoppers can also avoid shipping charges by combining purchases or taking advantage of free shipping day on December 14th.

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