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Chances are you have either given or been given a regift. In fact, whether you are a fan or foe, regifting has become a phenomenon.

Since the folks at Money Management International are givers, we wanted to share some of our thoughts about holiday gifting.In addition to gifting, we’ll cover a variety of ways consumers can keep their budgets (and sanity!) in tact. We also invite you to share your thoughts, opinions, and ideas about holiday spending.

For more information about the blog and participating, please visit our Blog Guide.

To view 2007 blog posts, please visit our Blog Archive.

Don?t forget to vote (for your favorite regifting story!)
Posted by Kim McGrigg on 11/4/2008
Don?t worry?this is an election-free zone. I am referring to the 2008 regifting story contest that is now underway! In addition to voting for your favorites, I would like to encourage you to share your own regifting story for a chance to win prizes valued up to $500. New this year, you also have the option of uploading a regifting video.

But before you get preoccupied with winning the 2008 contest, you should read some of the nearly 900 regifting stories submitted in 2006 and 2007. They range from horrifying to hilarious and are worth every second of your time. Don?t believe me? Check out the following excerpt from a story submitted by Elizabeth from Greenville:

?it was always entertaining when an eccentric uncle appeared with a dirty pillow case, used grocery bag or gym bag full of stuff for us, never wrapped. As he handed out the presents (unwrapped), we all tried not to show our "fear", not knowing what he would hand us. The gifts? were items like unmatched socks, 10-year old chocolate covered cherries, knock-off perfumes or after-shave, flashlites that never worked, or flannel shirts that you could see through. The most memorable, though, was the meat grinder with dried up meat all over it!

Too bad Elizabeth?s uncle didn?t read the Regifting 101!
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