We all like to get the best bang for our bucks!
Many of you say tou get the best deals with extensive research or from insider information (I feel like this is a dad thing... I know a lot of dads who do this), but retail actually revolves around sales cycles. There is actually philosophy behind when an item is at it's peak price, to when it’s going to be deeply discounted.
Here is the break down the best time to buy stuff every month.
Clothing — especially winter clothes and coats
Linens — white sales are a tradition in January
Fitness equipment — these are placed on sale in time for New Year’s resolutions
Humidifiers — it’s the height of winter and most people invested in a humidifier before the season began
Boxed chocolate — leftovers from Valentine’s Day
Travel — especially cruises
Appliances — especially refrigerators, since this is when new models are released
Flatware and dishes
Gym memberships — since people are more apt to workout outside in the summer, gyms are eager to lure people back inside
Home decor and furniture
Kid’s clothing — in preparation for back-to-school shopping
Big appliances — new models are being released, so now is the time to snatch up an older one for less; it could also be a good chance to score a deal on an air conditioner
Clothing and school supplies — retailers are looking to blow out their back-to-school merchandise, and as an added bonus, now everyone knows what’s cool for school and you can stock up
Winter clothing — it’s not at its cheapest, but it will get pricier in November
Halloween costumes, candy and decorations
Electronics — it’s best to wait for Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals
Christmas decorations, trees, card
GO TREAT YO'SELF!