64 days ago

Poll: How much do you spend on Christmas presents per person?

Blanton Smith Reporter from Taranaki Daily News

It's that time of year again, do you break the bank or are you someone who gets crafty?

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How much do you spend on Christmas presents per person?
  • 15.4% $25 or less
    15.4% Complete
  • 33.3% $25-$50
    33.3% Complete
  • 15.4% $50-$100
    15.4% Complete
  • 17.9% $100 plus
    17.9% Complete
  • 0% Nothing, I make presents
    0% Complete
  • 17.9% Nothing, Christmas is just about time with family
    17.9% Complete
39 votes
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