9 Money-Saving Christmas Traditions

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This week, I’ve teamed up with FinancesforFamilies.com to bring you the best money-saving Christmas traditions. Don’t miss a beat – keep reading!

Christmas is almost here! A time for celebrating with our families and friends, for giving and receiving, and for parading around in your tackiest Christmas sweater (think flashing lights, tinsel and holiday puns all in one garment). However, if you’re like most American families, it’s also a time for overspending.

Did you know the average US shopper spends over $900 during the festive season?

And shoppers with children often spend even more than that! Between spending money on Chia pets and new socks to wrap and put under the tree and standing in line for hours to pay for an overpriced picture of your kids with Santa, the costs can really add up.

If you’re struggling to make ends meet this year for Christmas, you’re not alone. But even while your gift list keeps growing, creating family memories doesn’t have to break the bank. There are so many fun, frugal Christmas traditions for families!

Click here to see my top nine favorite ways to create magical Christmas memories without breaking the bank.

But even while your gift list keeps growing, creating family memories doesn’t have to break the bank. There are so many fun, frugal Christmas traditions for families!

Amy Beardsley is a wife, mom to a teenager and frugal lifestyle enthusiast. She's always on the lookout for new ways to cut costs and increase income, without sacrificing comfort. She's also a freelance writer who specializes in credit reporting, FinTech, and probate and estate planning topics. When Amy isn't perfecting her budget spreadsheet, you can find her curled up with a good book or watching Marvel movies with her husband and daughter.



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