Monday, December 3, 2012


  • Regifting Is An Acceptable Practice For 83 Percent Of Americans: Survey

    A surprising number of holiday shoppers think that regifting, or the practice of passing on a present you once received to someone else in order to save on money, time and effort, is an acceptable practice, according to Creditdonkey.

  • 5 Rules for Re-gifting Without Looking Like a Cheapskate

    To re-gift, or not to re-gift? It can be really tempting shave a few bucks off your holiday shopping budget by recycling presents you've received - and a substantial majority of Americans now think it's okay to re-gift.

  • Anne Reeves: Regifting can be OK if you follow etiquette

    The only regifting I've ever done involved some gag gifts that my family circulates each Christmas: salt and pepper shakers shaped like tomatoes; a stained glass table topper decorated with sailboats and some corny saying.

  • COLUMN: Holidays are a good time to learn regifting etiquette

    Regifting is probably as old as the act of gift giving itself. Some people think regifting is tacky and wrong, while others find it perfectly fine.

  • UPcycle: Regifting the right way

    Keep track of who gave YOU the gift you are regifting. Don't slip up and have someone unwrap a gift only to find it is something they gave you first!

  • 6 tips for re-gifting and when to avoid it

    Regifting can sound like a bad joke, but the truth of the matter is many people do it and it's not necessarily a bad thing.

  • Sloppy seconds become the norm

    BETHANY BEACH - Regifting was once taboo; if you were caught, you were shunned from holiday gift exchanges from then on. Much like the "A" worn in the "The Scarlet Letter," you were labeled a regifter.

  • Royal Oak party theme: Uplifting re-gifting for formerly homeless

    Urbane Apartments is hosting a house-warming party for homeless individuals and families who are close to having a place to call home again.

  • Gyft unwraps way to regift gift cards on the sly

    Meanwhile, Gyft points to a Booz & Company study that shows regifting has become socially acceptable and could play a role in holiday spending this year as consumers learn to live with less.

  • Green Friday People's Re-Gifting Giveaway Nov. 23

    The second annual Green Friday People's Re-gifting Giveaway will be held from noon to 2 p.m. Nov. 23 on the sidewalk in front of Rodney Square on Market Street.

  • Winners National Gifting Survey Gets at the Heart of Canadian Gifting Habits

    3, 2012 -- Winners survey reveals who Canadians find most and least enjoyable to buy for, what women really want from their significant other and the hard truth about re-gifting. TORONTO, Dec. 3, 2012 /CNW/ - Canada's leading off-price fashion retailer ...

  • Guzman y Gomez launches re-gifting social media campaign

    Guzman y Gomez launches re gifting social media campaign Screen Shot 2012 11 27 at 9.17 Mexican restaurant brand Guzman y Gomez has launched a social media campaign to promote their new gift cards.

  • YMCA wants you to help play Santa this year

    Items for re-gifting are being accepted at the YMCA office at 334 King St. between 9:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. this week and Saturday and Sunday between 10 a.m.

  • Lessons from Las Vegas: How The Badgers Can "Regift" Effectively

    Truth be told, the real reason regifting has been on my mind is due to a couple of annoying trends I've picked up on while watching the Wisconsin basketball team.

  • Good news: it's okay to re-gift

    According to Bookoo's 2012 Holiday Regifting Survey, the holidays are the most common time of year for people to regive presents that they previously received from someone else.

  • Forget Thoughts. It's the Gift That Counts

    Forget Thoughts. It's the Gift That Counts. Should you spend more on a gift? Should you be ashamed of regifting? Psychological studies reveal the tricky experience of giving the right holiday gifts.

  • The right way to regift

    My mom was from Tennessee, but I must respectfully disagree with those folks: Done right, regifting is frugal, eco-friendly and a great help in de-cluttering.

  • Fruitcake's roots dug deep into Bay area

    Like clockwork, it is ridiculed and relegated to the butt of re-gifting jokes each December. And yet, we eat tons of fruit cake each Christmas.

  • Xmas Trees For Less

    On the Next Show: Tuesday: Why the holiday shopping season could still be headed over the "cliff". Plus, as look at the science of "re-gifting". Subscribe to Podcast >. About WSJ This Morning. RSS. Wake up with America's first news - The Wall Street ...

  • On Gifts and Giving

    The thing that separates good re-gifting from terrible re-gifting is how well you know the person and whether or not the gift fits the person.

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