20 Christmas Traditions for People on a Small budget

Due to higher prices from inflation, you may wonder how to pay for Christmas activities without spending much money.

Not to worry, though; there are plenty of Christmas traditions you can start now that is perfect if you’re short on cash.

Whether you’re carving out some alone time to have a holiday-themed at-home spa day or inviting friends and family over for a hot chocolate party, you’re sure to find a frugal Christmas tradition you’ll look forward to every year.

1. Christmas Party Potluck

Hosting a Christmas party can be costly if you provide all the food and drinks. So instead, have a potluck where everyone brings their favorite dish or drinks.

If having a potluck doesn’t appeal to you, but you still want to have a party without spending a ton of money on food and drinks, set up a hot chocolate bar.

2. Hot Chocolate Bar

Flex your creative muscles by making something for the holidays. There are many Christmas craft tutorials out there for all skill levels, and you may be able to make money from these hobbies.

3. Holiday Craft Projects

There are always plenty of free local events in December, including Christmas concerts, tree lighting ceremonies, festivals, craft fairs, pub crawls, and more.

4. Local Christmas Events

5. Watch Christmas Movies

With all the stress and running around involved with the holidays, it’s nice to have some downtime before Christmas to have a movie marathon.

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