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Mother's Day and Father's Day Budgets for Gifts

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Hi there, I'm interested to hear what your budgets are for mother's and Father's Day. Do you spend more or less than birthdays? What is your typical budget?

SaverDeals
2 years ago
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nicolajaynehend
nicolajaynehend2 years ago

Hi saverdeals both my mum and dad passed away. But i would spend around £50.00 on each of them. It would be a less I could do after all what they did for me. 😊

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SaverDeals
SaverDeals
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2 years ago

£50 each sounds like a very nice amount! Thanks so much for sharing.

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Lynibis
Lynibis2 years ago

As I said in another thread about mother's day, I would be happy with a visit and a bunch of flowers from my family, there is no need for a gift as that is not what mother's day is all about. It was originally a spring holiday for servants to travel home and visit their mothers. Showing you care is not about the value of a gift and no mother would ever judge based on that.

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Tasha042
Tasha0422 years ago

I agree, I usually just get a token gift, like a candle, chocolate or a mug. Just something to show you're thinking of them.

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MrsCraig
MrsCraig2 years ago

I normally get my mum a card and a cinema voucher, so around £20.

I get my dad a card and a voucher for the golf store or tickets for his football team, so again around £20.

If I am able to see them around the day then I take them for lunch.

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SusanEaston327
SusanEaston3272 years ago

i am on tight benifits and usually buy flowers around 5 pound

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