MONEY saving mogul Gemma Bird has come up with a top tip that could save you over £700 for next Christmas.
The help of a social media expert will be welcomed by struggling families this year, as Christmas costs can quickly add up once you include food, presents and decorations. .
Gemma’s tip can save you hundreds of pounds in time for next year’s festivities just by spending £2 a day.
It might be a little late to save money this Christmas, but the mother-of-two shared her latest savings tip, which she successfully used for her kids’ birthdays, with her. 26,000 followers on TikTok.
She suggests ditching a takeaway coffee during the week, but keeping your caffeine intake for the weekend.
Then you can save as little as £2 to set aside every day for Christmas.
If you start on Gift Day, you could save £728 before Christmas 2022.
The bird, who also passed by @moneymumofficial on Instagram, where her frugal knowledge is passed on to her 227k followers, said: “I get asked all the time, how do I pay for Christmas?
“Right after Christmas Day this year, shell out £2 a day, that’s £14 a week and it’s Christmas sorted for next year.
“You save £728 if you start the day after Christmas Day.
“Don’t get stuck between now and next Christmas, this will include lots of presents and food.”
Gemma is no stranger to providing the latest information on how to save money.
She told The Sun: ‘I haven’t done it for Christmas this year but spending £2 a day is pretty much what I did for the kids’ birthdays.
“You can adjust the amount based on your thinking.
“If you spend only £200 you can make 50p a day.
“We save money by cutting out our takeout coffees during the week but I still have them on weekends because you need to enjoy some food.”
Gemma also revealed it before How to get free food from KFC.
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