The day after Christmas has some of the best sales of the year, because stores are getting rid of all of the crap they thought we’d buy. Unfortunately, most of us are completely tapped out financially to capitalize.
Not these people.
According to a new survey by the giant accounting firm Deloitte, 6% of people say they plan on celebrating Christmas in January. That’s about one out of every 17.
There are different reasons why people postpone Christmas a week, but the main one is financial.
Gifts are less expensive, travel is less expensive, and food is less expensive. Basically, if you can hold out for two extra weeks, it’ll save you a ton.