One of the easiest ways to save money is by shopping seasonal sales. By learning when each household item goes on sale, you can save hundreds of dollars a year.
The following sale calendar will help you make a schedule for shopping the sales. Keep in mind that local markets may vary depending on what products are native to your area.
January often features White Sales where you can find bedding and bath supplies on sale. Also look for After-Christmas sales of Christmas merchandise, winter clothes, shoes, toiletries, tablecloths, purses, costume jewelry, furniture, toys, sports equipment, and appliances.
Furniture, rugs, mattresses, curtains, bedding, china, housewares, and stereo equipment.
Spring clothing, infant clothing, shoes, laundry appliances, skates, ski equipment, garden supplies, and luggage.
Easter clothing sales including suits, coats, and hats.
White sales again with bath and bedding supplies, women's undergarments, TV sets, handbags, and sportswear.
TV sets, refrigerators, fabrics, summer clothes, dresses, building materials, lumber.
Shoes, summer clothes, bathing suits, lingerie, sportswear, air conditioners, rugs and carpets, and summer sports equipment.
Furniture, camping equipment, housewares, lamps, coats, tires, yard tools, grills and tools, air conditioners, school supplies, school clothes, bathing suits, fans.
Back to school supplies, housewares, bicycles, children's clothing, gardening equipment, glassware, lamps, rugs and carpets, tools.
School clothes, school supplies, silverware, new cars.
Coats, quilts, shoes, boots, pre-Christmas sales, suits, kitchen appliances.
Toys, gift items, coats, shoes, and used cars. Make sure you get out the day after Christmas for all the great sales. Especially gift wrap, cards and other Christmas decorations.
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