Free shipping day 2015: Walmart rolls out no-cost delivery

23 Dec 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Free Shipping Friday is Dec. 18: Target, Walmart, 800-plus stores have delivery deals for Christmas.

Time is running out, and if you still have items to check off your list, you may be tempted to spend more or pay a premium shipping fee in order to finish your shopping. If you don’t order your Christmas presents Friday, you’ll still be able to get your presents by Christmas at most places — but you’re going to have to pay for expedited shipping.

Kohl’s: Free Shipping on All Orders Using a Kohl’s Card with Code SHIP.M.VC (stackable code) or Free Shipping on Orders of $50+ or Free In-Store Pick-up So, experts say to look for free shipping and a discount — or order your small, inexpensive gifts today, since you won’t have a minimum purchase for free shipping. Since it is late in the season, certain items may be out of stock, or perhaps you ran out of ideas a week ago and now need a great gift that doesn’t require searching. Purchase your card through a website like Cardpool and you can get gift cards for up to 35 percent off and even earn money back when you click through a cash back website first. Do the best you can with your shopping, and if something isn’t quite what you wanted just check the store’s return policy and include a gift receipt.

After all, the holiday season is a chance to tell the loved ones in your life how much they mean to you, and spending time with them is an excuse to do so! If you’re feeling overwhelmed, don’t forget that it’s almost time for New Year’s Eve, when you can relax and celebrate the season – and the fact that all of your shopping is over, at least for the moment. And don’t worry, there are plenty of ways to plan a fun celebration on a budget, so if shopping has left you feeling low on cash, you can still enjoy the night.

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