tyty333|1466808907|4047816 said:Oh gosh, I come from the other extreme...I think anything $500 or up is a large purchase. I dont make $500 or up purchases very often so to me that's a large purchase. I must be cheap .
LLJsmom|1466824964|4048017 said:Actually, I think I must be really cheap. I think about things forever. Really. How often am I going to wear it? Will I still love it next week, month, year... How many different things can it go with. This goes for anything really. So to answer the question, usually $500 or over is large to me, for anything. But even if it's $20, I go through all those questions before I plop down money. And I always look for a return option. I am very hesitant about buying if I cannot bring it back.
Queenie60|1466801431|4047750 said:Depends what the item is - for jewelry, anything over $3,000 is a large purchase. Furniture - any amount over $2,000 or so. We recently upgraded our audio/video system and spent $22,000 - I considered that a large purchase. Next week we will be upgrading our security system which will be about $4,000 - I consider that to be a large purchase. It varies - depending if it's a need or a want.
Loves Vintage|1466855940|4048139 said:Ha! I must be really cheap, but I think $100 or more is a large purchase, on anything.
Niel|1466856640|4048142 said:stracci2000|1466822127|4047970 said:
What's funny is i am about everything but jewelry. I can drop 700 on jewelry and be like "awesome, great deal me!" But if it's anything other than jewelry i start to get uncomfortable after $300 for most things. Then, like, things I just don't like to spend money on I'm like "50 dollars?! "