This year, it may be tempting to regift presents in order to save money. Find out what not to do when regifting with these tips from Savvy Sugar.
There are many that think regifting isn't rude; I've never done it myself, but I think I might have received a regift or two along the way. If you choose to wrap something up from storage and put someone else's name on it, be sure not to make these mistakes that give regifting its sometimes tacky reputation.
Not Thinking About the Recipient
Giving a Used Gift
You might be able to convince yourself that the recipient will never notice a gently used item, but don't take any chances. Commit to the rule of never giving one that's already been put to use by you.
Giving to a Friend of a Friend
The last thing you want to do is offend someone who gave you a gift, so use precaution when assigning items to be regifted. You don't want it getting back to the original gifter that you chose not to keep the present she selected for you.
For the rest of the regifting mistakes not to make, head over to Savvy Sugar.