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Santa's Choice!

I have to admit it I am horrible at saving money. I am learning still, I do pretty good at budgeting and spending my money where it needs to be spent but when I put 100 dollars in my savings I end up using it for things like food, meds, school stuff, etc. So my savings is pretty much not doing what its supposed to do.

Now the reason I bring this up is because around this time of year money can get tight and surprisingly I have over 700 dollars worth of groceries coming into the house at the same time. How is that possible? Santa's Choice! Santa's Choice is a program in which you pay monthly/weekly/biweekly installments towards giant Christmas hampers or awesome products that you normally wouldn't be able to afford around the holiday season. This is absolutely one of the best things I have ever done for my family around the holidays.

Not only am a paying for a huge amount of delicious brand name food for the holidays but I am also avoiding the dreadful grocery shopping during the holiday season. As well it is delivered directly to my door and the customer service is fantastic! You can order big or small hampers and everything in between, your payments are automatically deposited from your bank account any day you choose and as often as you can. I do once a month payments just like my other bills and I treat it just like another bill payment. But unlike paying other bills this one has an amazing reward at the end. You can start payments right now and the sooner you start the smaller the monthly installment will be.

You can also do summer hampers and a new thing called which is where you can pay installments on all kinds of awesome products and when your done paying they get delivered to your door as opposed to waiting for Christmas or summer. So what are you waiting for? Head on over to Santa's Choice and see what you can provide for your family next Christmas. And don't forget to tell them who referred you by using my Referral number 731778 when you place your order.


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