June 28th, 2013
Are you wondering where June went? We certainly are.
But since it’s almost there, we want to tell you where to find some freebies, best sales, and what not to buy in July.
Head into your local 7-Eleven on July 11th for a free Slurpee
All summer long, you can register your kids to play 2 games of bowling for free. Check out KidsBowlFree to find a local bowling alley near you.
Target is holding a buy-one-get-one-half-off sale for swimsuits and cover-ups, so if you haven’t found the right suit yet, now may be the time. Many other stores like Victoria’s Secret are holding clearance sales for their swimwear as well.
Bath and Body Works is holding their semi-annual sale.
Look for stores holding “Black Friday” sales or “Christmas in July” sales.
Many clothing stores like Levi’s and office supply stores like Staples are starting their back to school sales. Now is the time to stock up on jeans.
Look for big Independence Day sales for in-season items and home appliances.
July is National Ice Cream month, so look for great sales on ice cream. Also, look for freebies or discounts on Sunday July 21st which is the official National Ice Cream Day.
Wait until Labor Day sales for bedding as the discounts are usually deeper then. You’ll also have a better selection.
Wait until September or October for patio sets.
Sunglasses are at their best price in September, November and December.
School supplies will be a lot cheaper in late August.
Some sites are forecasting to buy laptops in July, and others are predicting better prices in August. And the flip side is some are advocating waiting to buy a desktop and others are saying to go for it. So, do your research.
What are your Fourth of July plans?