Discussing :: Shopaholics Anonymous

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Shopaholics Anonymous

Do you buy stuff that you wish you could just brag to the whole world about especially because of how great/cheap/gorgeous it is? Well welcome to my world! lol! Lets share our latest buys on our maxed out credit cards & console each other with our latest personal debts. Personally I'm a bargain buyer & today I bought my daughter 4 pairs of jeans from T&T at only $7 each (down from approx $18 each). I prefer not to buy tops from T&T because they stretch too easily. If you're after a slim tanned waistbelt for summer (especially for shorts & dresses) then I recommend Postieplus which sells them for only $10. I also bought myself some dressy heels from Hannahs which I've had my eyes on for yonks, & paid only $19.95 (originally $79.95). I bought both Black & silver.


thanks for this. Both my daughters have jeans that are wearing out. They were closer to $30 each less than 1 year ago.

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Pic of bargain heels:


o0o0o pretty!! and thats a very good price!!! lol id prob fall over trying to wear them but i love them none the less!!

#3

I forgot to mention that at my local Pak N Save I managed to score some Klip It lunchboxes (2L) for only $2.60 each, they normally retail at around the $6 mark elsewhere so major bargain. It will probably only last until the end of this week as a "Back to school" special so I reckon you should get in quick =)


I stocked up on Klipits too Julz :-) great buying they are so useful!!

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