I've already got next year’s Christmas presents done & dusted – I bought it all in the sales AND they're wrapped

FORGET January sales – this woman's already bought all her Christmas presents for NEXT year (and she's even wrapped them).

Posting on Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group just two days after Christmas, the savvy shopper revealed how she hit Tesco and Boots for deals as soon as her celebrations were over.

She shared her impressive haul, which covered a whole bed, explaining it cost her £176 for the lot – but should have been double that.

She said: "Boots half price sale and tesco clothes and club card bargains (boots was £176 total savings £178 so actually saved more then I spent) all wrapped and ready for next year".

The incredible haul includes Pippa Pig and Mickey Mouse clothes, Lynx and Harry Potter gift sets, and a Friends Monopoly edition.

The post racked up more than 6,200 likes and 1,600 comments – but it split opinion.

One commenter said: "Sad you feel you have to do Christmas 1yr ahead…loving a bargain as we all do I’m seriously thinking it’s a step too far.

"Enjoy life and live it a day at a time as there’ll be loads of good deals on the way."

A second wrote: "Omg u actually wrapped them and saving them for next year. Say they don’t fit or they don’t want them toys".

While a third said: "I seriously could not be arsed with this. I'm enjoying this Christmas still not the next one".

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Others warned: "Toiletries and lipgloss won't be any good next year there us a reason why they reduce and don't just take of the self until next year".

And many admitted: "I would forget what is in each packet for sure".

But others felt it was a "great idea", admitting: "I want to be this organised" or saying "Glad it's not just me".

One bargain hunter said: "Well done you …I've just started today organising ahead this is a good thing".

Earlier today, a "struggling" tenant shared the heartwarming gesture from landlord – which was his ONLY Christmas present.

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