Online Christmas Shopping . My Saviour

Shopping Online This Christmas

Well it's been another crazy year and once again I've left the Christmas shopping later than intended (does this sound familiar?) It's the same thing every year. I plan to get the Christmas shopping done early and next thing I know I'm running around like an idiot trying to get presents for loved ones.So this year I decided to stay away from the mall and all it's craziness and dived right into internet shopping. From the new iPad (I brought that for myself) to cool toys for my nieces and of course an amazing present for the wife (yes I'm still looking). Even a few funny presses for the work mates.I had a vague idea on what to get everyone and I believe I may have nailed it this year (well we'll see I guess). So if you don't want to join society in the craziness that is Christmas shopping in a mall, here are a few of my favourite sites to shop on.ASCOLOR: Affordable clothing (mainly T shirts) in men and womens.The Apple Store: Yes I'm a slave to the Apple machine but I can't live without my iPad and neither should you!EBAY: We've all heard of it but not enough of us use this endless treasure chest of great bargains and a endless supply of gifts. Be careful, you may become to addicted.SurfStitch: I love to surf and I'm alway's on the lookout for new board shorts, wetsuits etc. From clothing to surf hardware, this place has it all.ASOS: Another affordable fashion store with deals running all the time and some great clothes from overseas. Easy to navigate and shop.While shopping online may be the easy option. By no means is it the safer. When I shop online I prefer sites that use PayPal. It's easy to set up an account and there is no use of a credit card. Just transfer money to your PayPal account and get shopping. If you do use your credit card I tend to go by one rule. If the site feels dodgy, don't use it. For more information on Safe online shopping and avoiding credit card fraud click here.Hope you all have a great holiday season and Merry Christmas from the New Beach Media TeamRhys MorrowSocial Media and Digital PR Dude

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