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National Re-Gifting Day

National Re-Gifting Day - Most people re-gift new and unopened unwanted gifts they have received. This day is for you to re-gift that unwanted gift. #ReGiftingDay

National Re-Gifting Day – Most people re-gift new and unopened unwanted gifts they have received. This day is for you to re-gift that unwanted gift. #ReGiftingDay

 National Re-Gifting Day - Most people re-gift new and unopened unwanted gifts they have received. This day is for you to re-gift that unwanted gift. #ReGiftingDay
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National Re-Gifting Day

National Re-Gifting Day is held annually on the Thursday before Christmas, an opportunity to look through one’s house and find unused objects that can be gifted to others. This is a great way to reduce waste, provided re-gifting is done carefully and without hurt feelings.

In 2019 that is on December 19.

Colorado governor, Bill Ritter, Jr, made this holiday official in 2008.

Future Dates

  • 2020 – December 24
  • 2021 – December 23
  • 2022 – December 22
  • 2023 – December 21

Often those Re-Gifted items often get Re-Gifted again and again.

Most people re-gift new and unopened unwanted gifts they have received.

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