i don't really set limits..it's more of if i find a good deal for someone..then think if it's worth it for that person..i don't mind spending a little bit more for something if i know the person will totally appreciate it..but i guess at the same time..just 'cuz i know someone will appreciate a brand new car..there's no way i'm going to get one for them :P
nimrodboy3 (rep: 68k) posted Dec 17, 2011
I don't really have limits but I feel like I'm more (or less) inclined to buy more expensive things for certain people. I always hunt for deals on particular things and try to get cash back on every gift I buy for the holidays so my bank account doesn't suffer as much as it would have. It's always nice to see something on the front page that would be perfect for who I'm gift shopping for.
What happens when someone gets you something that's a lot more expensive than what you got them? (and it's noticeable?)
I also have general unspoken agreements with friends who I've known for a long time - we never get each other gifts and it's understood. It might be nice to be more sentimental and make a card for certain people instead of buying them a gift. It's wallet friendly :) but it does take some more time/effort.
arsiel (rep: 13k) posted Dec 17, 2011
We dont shop for other family members any longer. It was a mutual agreement between brothers, sisters, aunts, uncles, etc. Well I shouldnt say we dont altogether but like Virginia said its just too much with everyone having kids and teh families growing so now we limit it to my wife shops for her mom, bro and sis. And I do the same for my parents and siblings.
Acidbaby (rep: 6.9k) posted Dec 17, 2011
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