Stocking Stuffer Ideas

December 6, 2011 by staff 

Stocking Stuffer Ideas, Holiday shopping depends on being streetwise, so if you’re strapped this year, buck up. That’s right. Get notions of Calvin Klein and Ralph Lauren out of your head. This year, bare-bones shopping is in order. Luckily we can help you with a few tricks.

One of the best ideas is to play up the stocking stuffers and buy fewer bigger presents. Kids, after all, are often most impressed with quantity.

With an eye to the stocking stuffer, we made a trial run and found some amazing bargains in places that are likely under your radar. Chains like Walgreens and CVS offer steep discounts and creative loot to boot. Another smart place for the frugal shopper is Santa Rosa’s Grocery Outlet Bargain Market.

At Walgreens some inexpensive items that catch the eye include a flashing necklace with eight blinking lights for $2.99, socks for $9.99, a 7-ounce Hersey’s Kiss for $5.49 and Roasted Almonds for $1.29. Of course the best bargain for the dog-lover was the Dingo Dental Bone, daily dental chews made of chicken and rawhide with powdered baking soda.

At CVS, Godiva chocolate never seemed so accessible, with 3.5 ounce bars for $3.99. Mind you, these are pretty fancy bars — White Chocolate Vanilla Bean, Salted Caramel and Milk Chocolate Fruit Infusion. There was also a brush and mirror set in the Cool Coiffure Collection for $1, and four cans of Play-Doh for $4.99. Yet another steal, Walkie Talkies, a classic, were priced at $10.49.

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