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Money saving tips - Expert says THIS is the worst way to pay for Christmas

CHRISTMAS is approaching fast and the all too familiar feeling of pressure on our wallets is coming around quick.
The last thing you want at Christmas is the burden of how you’re going to pay for your loved ones Christmas presents or how you’ll afford the turkey.
There are certain things you ought to try to avoid when you pay for Christmas to make sure you don’t start a new year with bad debt hanging over you.
It sounds obvious but before you start spending, if you’re going to have to borrow make a conscious effort to spend less.
This doesn’t mean people will think you’re Scrooge; you just need to be savvy.
By making tweaks to how you pay for things, you’ll save yourself money and avoid the 2018 Christmas hangover.
Hannah Maundrell, Editor in Chief of money.co.uk revealed the best and worst ways to pay for Christmas.
Avoid:
Store cards: Not to be confused with loyalty cards, store cards are often flogged at the till with the promise of 10% off your next shop and the chance to pay later…