National Re-Gifting Day is a holiday that’s observed annually on the Thursday before Christmas every year. Now, it might seem strange that this holiday falls on a day before Christmas instead of after it, there’s actually a good reason for that fact.
It’s placed on this day because that is the day when most annual holiday parties are thrown by companies for their employees. Many people tend to re-gift the presents they receive from their coworkers, so this is a perfect day to put this holiday. It’s also a good day for people to take last year’s gifts and give them new life by passing them along to someone else.
The History Of National Re-Gifting Day
According to our sources, this holiday was created in 2008 by Bill Ritter Jr., the governor of Colorada at the time. It’s a holiday that’s been observed ever since.
Fun Facts About Re-Gifting
You may think that you know everything there is to know about re-gifting, but we assure you that isn’t the case. How do we know? We know because we’ve done our research and have found some surprising facts about re-gifting that even we didn’t know about. If you don’t believe us, then check out the following facts below.
- Housewares are gifts that most people are likely to re-gift.
- The second most re-gifted gift category is clothing.
- Approximately 33% of workers admit to regifting the gifts given to them by their co-workers.
- Only about 21% of people re-gift, most people will donate the gift to charity.
- Over 60% of people who do re-gift say that another person will appreciate the gift more than them.
Observing National Re-Gifting Day
The name of this holiday says it all. Just take a gift that was given to you and give it to someone else. It’s literally as easy as that. Just don’t let the person who gave it to you know about it. And while you’re observing this holiday, be sure to use the hashtag #NationalReGiftingDay to spread the word about it.
When is National Re-Gifting Day?
|This year (2022)||December 22 (Thursday)||Multiple dates - more|
|Next year (2023)||December 21 (Thursday)||Multiple dates - more|
|Last year (2021)||December 23 (Thursday)||Multiple dates - more|