So once a person has located the prized item, he or she has to pay for it. Bylund said she once spent $75 on one person. As small as it is, an iPhone can cost a whopping $450, which some students received last year for Christmas.
Neither Bylund nor Steffes have a special tradition for Christmas shopping. Steffes said he walks down the aisles until he sees something he knows someone will like. The latest Steffes has ever shopped for Christmas was a mere week before the celebrated day. Bylund, on the other hand, leaves it until the 11th hour, running to the stores the day before Christmas. Whether a person spends a lot of money or a little, this Christmas season will be a fun hunt for that special gift for that special someone.