I think no way! How can we sell the Christmas present! But let's wait and see the other answers.
never sold my Christmas gifts because i gotten what i wanted. However, if it was something i didn't want i would have given it away to someone, who needed it.
While I haven't sold them, I have re-gifted some and donated others. If you do re-gift, don't give it to the person who gave it to you or to anyone who was there when you opened it. And I wouldn't sell, re-gift, or donate any gift that the giver would expect to see you use, wear, etc. Keep it and try to use it around the giver. Don't forget to write thank you cards to everyone who gave you a Christmas present!
Christmas presents belong underneath the Christmas Tree !!!!!!!!!
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