Friday, September 10, 2010
Save $$ All Year Long
January – Linens
Get great deals on linens and towels at a discount during January white sales.
February – Winter Clothes
Now is the time to stock up on winter clothes, coats, and boots. Retailers need to make room for spring clothes coming in March.
March – Small Electronics
This is the best time to buy small electronics such as digital cameras from last year. New models are usually hitting the stores and they need to clear out older models.
April – Cookware & Household Items
Retailers tend to discount cookware and other household items around April in order to entice the wedding-gift crowds.
May – Yard Sales
This is the best month to hit the yard sales. They tend to be in full swing once the weather begins to turn nice.
June – Gym Memberships
There are often deals this time of the year because more people tend to go outside and exercise.
July – Summer Items, Cars, & Carpets
Retailers use the 4th of July to hold big sales on summer items, cars, and carpeting!
August – Lawn Furniture & Gardening Supplies
This is the best time to buy summer gear such as lawn furniture, gardening supplies, a/c units (if you can find any), and of course that final summer clearance items!
September – School & Office Supplies
Back to school sales are in full swing and you can take advantage of the school supply deals out there as well as great deals on computers and dorm items’!
October – Appliances
New home appliances are often introduced in the fall, so you can score last years’ models at a discount, unless you are holding out for that new candy apple red washing machine!
November – Holiday Items
The sales start as soon as Halloween is over. You can get great bargains on toys and flat screen TV’s.
December – After Christmas Seasonal Items
The best time to buy Christmas decorations is after Christmas. Stores mark these items down 50 – 90% immediately after Christmas. Buy I suggest shopping on the 26th or the selection gets picked over!