Gift giving

How to buy great gifts and accept terrible ones this holiday season.

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  • What do you do with Christmas gifts you don’t like? It turns out the vast majority of Canadians (79%) will smile and thank the gift giver, re-gift, return the present, or throw it out, according to a new RBC poll. Nearly two-thirds of respondents said they are planning to give gift cards and one-quarter said they’ll be handing out cash gifts to avoid awkward situations or to save on time. Still want to give a personalized gift? Our friends at Chatelaine have a gift guide containing 100 gifts under $50.
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One comment on “Gift giving

  1. Re-gifting unwanted gifts is a great idea, I've definitely done that a few times!

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