By Daisy Ng
Sending hampers full of goodies to partners, family, friends, children or group of people at work rate highly on Christmas must-do lists. Consumers are making smarter choices by buying their seasonal hampers online this Christmas. An online search on "Christmas hampers" shows 1,560,000 results on Yahoo!7; 1,930,000 results on Google and 1,540,000 results on Bing search engine.
With so many search results, the supposedly hassle-free online shopping experience only turns out to give consumers more headaches.
Group Buy Christmas gifts is the new way to help consumers save a fortune this Christmas. It aims to pull together many individuals to enjoy high quality, low cost Christmas hampers without any hassle.
Any examples of Christmas Hampers under Group Buy method?
Christmas Treats Hamper: This hamper is filled with a Santa teddy, Lindt Chocolate Father Christmas, Gingerbread Snowman/Christmas Tree, and a great range of lollies and sweets packed inside a white gloss gift box, tied together with a red and white 'Merry Christmas' ribbon for under $30, normally valued at $59.95.
The only condition is that a predetermined minimum number of people, which is 99 in this case, is to join the Group for it to be successful. You will only be charged when the minimum is met. Group Buy's idea is to gather other like-minded online shoppers and save them 50%-90% in affordable quality gifts and services. Every deal is offered for a limited time only.
One more tip: plan your christmas hamper delivery shopping early, because last-minute shopping will only cost you more when you don't have time for comparison.
Daisy Ng, OfferMe http://www.offerme.com.au/
OfferMe was launched in August 2008 to gather the power of online communities to enjoy hassle-free bulk discount deals on products and services. To date, OfferMe shoppers have saved on average over 57% off each deal.
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