I’ve already made and dusted off next year’s Christmas presents

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FORGET January sales – this woman has already bought all her Christmas presents for NEXT year (and even wrapped them).

Publication on Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Group Just two days after Christmas, the savvy shopper revealed how she contacted Tesco and Boots for offers as soon as her celebrations ended.

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A bargain hunter showed off her awesome Christmas present for NEXT yearCredit: facebook/ExtremeCouponingAndBargainsUK

She shared her impressive carriage, which covered a whole bed, explaining that it cost her £176 for the lot – but should have been double that.

She said: “Half price boots and tesco clothes and bargains with the club card (boots were £176 total savings of £178 so actually saved more than I spent) all boxed up and ready to go next year”.

The amazing loot includes Peppa Pig and Mickey Mouse clothes, Lynx and Harry Potter gift sets and a Friends Monopoly edition.

The post racked up more than 6,200 likes and 1,600 comments – but it divided opinion.

One commenter said: “It’s sad that you feel like you have to do Christmas 1 year early… loving bargains like we all do, I seriously think that’s a step too far.

“Enjoy life and live it day to day because there will be plenty of great deals on the way.”

She's already wrapped the presents too - but the move has divided opinion online

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She’s already wrapped the presents too – but the move has divided opinion onlineCredit: facebook/ExtremeCouponingAndBargainsUK

A second wrote: “Omg you actually packed them up and saved them for next year. Say they don’t fit or they don’t want them toys.”

While a third said: ‘I really couldn’t be mad with this. I’m enjoying this Christmas but not next’.

Others warned: ‘Toiletries and lip gloss won’t be good next year, we have a reason why they’re cutting back and not just pulling out until next year.’

And many admitted, “I’d forget what’s in every packet for sure.”

But others felt it was a “good idea“, admitting: “I want to be this organised” or saying “Glad it’s not just me”.

A bargain hunter said, “Well done…I just started getting organized today, that’s a good thing.”

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