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More than four million Germans plan to cash in on unwanted Christmas gifts by either selling or auctioning them online, according to a survey published by the Westdeutsche Allgemeine Zeitung.

Plans to sell or auction gifts were made even before the Christmas presents were opened :huh: , the survey showed. However most unwanted presents will be exchanged for something the recipient prefers.

The survey, released Friday afternoon by the high tech association Bitkom, showed 42 percent of Germans exchanged their gifts in stores, while 18 percent kept their presents

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this is why i usually tell everyone to buy me one of those visa/mastercard gift cards so i can purchase what i want without explaining it to newbies who don't understand technology

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The survey, released Friday afternoon by the high tech association Bitkom, showed 42 percent of Germans exchanged their gifts in stores, while 18 percent kept their presents

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I wonder how many Bavarian fruitcakes are on e-Bay ...

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I usually ask for money for xmas but I would never sell a present someone spent their money and time on, if I don't want it I just don't use it but I never sell it.

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