Merry Chri$tma$

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Riley Hawkins and Isabel Alderete

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In just about two weeks, the best holiday of the year (or so The Royal Reporter thinks) will take place: Christmas. While giving and receiving gifts can be very fun, it can get very pricey very fast. In order to ease the pain on your bank account this holiday season, The Royal Reporter created a list of the best holiday deals.

  • Urban Outfitters

Even though Urban Outfitters is notorious for being overpriced, every year during December, they offer 25 days of UO Rewards. To sum it up, every day is a different sale or deal. For example, December 9th’s deal was 50% off hundreds of styles, and December 11th’s deal was 50% off all beauty and men’s grooming. Urban Outfitters also offers a wide variety of gifts with prices starting at around six dollars.

Junior Brooke Edwards and Senior Sophia Lambros wearing dresses from Urban Outfitters. Photo by Megan Kendall

  • Dick’s Sporting Goods

The chain sporting goods store is having flash sales in the spirit of Black Friday. Some sales include up to 50% off, and there is no better way to stay hydrated in the new year than with a crisp 50%-off Hydroflask. Save your wallet, and your physical health. Because coffee does not count as water. You need to drink water.

A Hyrdoflask filled with refreshing water. Photo by Riley Hawkins

  • Tilly’s

Tilly’s is offering a variety of holiday sales. They offer a range from under-10 to under-50-dollar sales, a perfect way to piece together what you are buying and to stay smart with your wallet, because the Christmas gift money will only last so long. Maybe Tilly’s can even offer jobs for Christmas.

Every store is probably offering some sort of holiday sale in the spirit of Christmas and the birth of our Lord. Hopefully, our Royals will use their big beautiful brains and elevated education to scope out the sales and find the best deals for their friends and family. Merry Christmas everyone, to you and your wallets.