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When to Buy – Your Monthly Guide to Finding the Best Deals!

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There are certain times of the year that are better to purchase specific items to save the most money. You’re more likely to find these items on sale or in the clearance section. Hopefully this guideline will give you somewhat of an idea of when to buy specific items.

January – Christmas Decorations, bedding, toys, small appliances, carpet, home improvement stuff, exercise stuff

February – Winter Clothing, jewlery, furniture, Valentines Day clearance, tv’s, bikes

March – Gardening supplies, AC units, winter items, snow blowers, golf clubs, luggage, wedding gifts

April – wedding dress, cruises, vacuums

May – Party supplies, sports apparel

June – Father’s Day gifts, camping gear, tv’s, tools, gym, boxed gift sets

July – School Supplies, summer clothing clearance items, summer toys, furniture

August – Back to school deals, school supplies, swimsuits, grills, pool toys, lunch food items

September – garden items, lawn mowers, winter clothing, Halloween costumes, holiday travel (airfare)

October – cars, patio furniture, appliances, toys, baking goods

November- appliances, electronics, toys, tv’s

December – wrapping paper appliances, holiday gifts, Christmas cards

Keep your eye on the clearance departments. You should also be able to find some great deals on holiday decor and items after the holiday has pasted (Easter, 4th of July, Thanksgiving, etc). They’ll usually start at 30% off and go up from there. Each store is different but typically you’ll find then 50% off, 75% off and even 90% off. Plus don’t forget you can usually use coupons on top of discounts and clearance items so always double check for one.

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