an economical way during Eid

An Economical Way During Eid

An Economical Way During Eid – Ramadan is about to end and it is a sign that Eid al-Fitr will soon welcome Muslims around the world. No exception in Indonesia, which often refers to it as Eid.

Eid is synonymous with the tradition of forgiving, gathering with family, and sharing sustenance to relatives, from the old and already working for children and nieces who are still small and do not have their own income.

Eid is also closely related to the tradition of shopping for new things, such as clothes, shoes, gadgets, and so on. So do not be surprised if then the circulation of money during Eid tends to be high.

Therefore, not a few people also experience ‘bankruptcy’ when Eid is over because they cannot regulate the circulation of their money properly.

Money from the holiday allowance (THR) and monthly salary were sold out in a short time, making life difficult when Eid is over.

1. Create a budget plan for Eid

The first saving tip for Eid is to make a budget plan. This budget plan is important so that you can find out what expense items you have to make.

In making a budget plan, you can use the source of the THR and the monthly salary that you have. Departing from there, you can estimate all kinds of costs that you will spend when Eid arrives.

Whether it is the cost of sharing THR with neighbors and nephews, transportation costs for visiting relatives’ homes, expenses for alms and / or zakat, fees for snacks, and so on.

In essence, by making a budget plan you can find out the amount and for what expenses you make when Eid comes.

2. Don’t be tempted by the many discounts

Apart from being synonymous with the tradition of gathering with family and apologizing, Eid is also a moment for many brands to issue discounts for the products they sell.

Therefore, saving tips during the second Eid is not to be tempted by lots of discounts. The temptation is certainly quite massive considering that now the marketplace or e-commerce is starting to mushroom and provide lots of promos and discounts.

The discount has even appeared before Eid actually arrives or when it is still in the month of Ramadan. Instead of being tempted by lots of discounts, you should take advantage of these discounts to buy the things you need, not just hungry for your eyes and fulfilling your desires.

3. Do not frequent the mall and check online stores

The mall is one of the locations frequently visited by the community when Eid arrives, apart from tourist attractions or relatives’ homes. The flood of discounts on almost all the products there is an attraction for the community, so they don’t hesitate to spend a lot of money on it.

Apart from malls, now people can also easily access online shops or e-commerce from home through their respective devices. Various promos and discounts are often presented there. From the beginning, I just looked around to fill my spare time, instead I continued to buy goods or products at the online shop.

This then relates to saving tips for the next Lebaran. You should not go to the mall and / or access too many online stores, because sometimes the temptation to shop comes suddenly and adds to expenses that should not have been incurred.

So, here are some economical tips during Eid that you can practice so that your finances don’t get banned after Eid. Happy Eid, yes!


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