7 Best Things to Buy in Winter


7 Best Things to Buy in Winter

Holiday gift giving is over and it’s probably the last thing you want to think about: shopping. But there are some great deals to be had – and these are worth your time.

Champagne. December and January are the best times to buy bubbly. They are competing in December and overstocked in January. Keep a few extra bottles on hand for hostess gifts or forgotten birthdays. Everyone loves champagne.

Linens and bedding. Traditionally “white sales” start in January. Look for great buys on sheets, blankets, duvet covers and bedspreads. You’ll find them at major department stores and specialty boutiques.

Televisions, computers and other electronics. According to Lifehacker, good sales continue well after Black Friday and Cyber Monday. You’ll see television specials run right up until Super Bowl when you can easily find deals that beat Black Friday. Large screens especially get the discount treatment.

Furniture. Clearance sales on furniture are easy to find. Old models go out so new models can come in. February and August new models come in. Look for sales generally and also for floor models to get slashed.

Video games. Many new video games debut in December. After the holiday bump, dealers will cut prices usually right after December 25 and keep those prices down until last year’s games have cleared the shelves.

Golf clubs. Usually an investment, golf clubs enjoy off season prices during the winter. This is the right time to buy if you’re looking to enjoy a new set this summer.

Tools. Same as golf clubs, most big projects by do-it-yourselfers occur in summer so winter is a great time to find good deals.
Source: Lifehacker, Cozi


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