When it comes to shopping, finding a good deal is exciting.. It almost feels like striking gold while digging for buried treasure. So, if you’re wondering if you should buy certain products now or wait until later, here’s how to decide. Here are some tips to help you purchase big-ticket items at the right time & price.
The Best Time to Buy Furniture
New furniture can be found in showrooms around the end of winter and summer. So, you have better chances of finding good deals on furniture around February and August, as retailers make room for the new season's offerings.
The Best Time to Buy a Home
The right months to buy a house are in March, August, or December. According to a 2019 report from Realtor.com, early April is a good time to sell a home since there are a lot of people looking for a home before the peak buying season begins in June. If you want the best bargain, August and December are good options, since you have less competition from other buyers.
The Best Time to Buy a Car
December is considered the best month to buy a car, followed by September, according to a consultant at a car dealership in New Orleans. This is because most car salespeople work on monthly, quarterly, and yearly goals and since all three of those deadlines are together, you'll be hitting a jackpot. You could also get year-end sales and will likely be able to negotiate a better deal.
The Best Time to Buy Clothing
The end of the season is the right time to buy clothing. Tank tops and swimsuits will be heavily discounted in August and September. September and October are when you will find deals for seasonal items like swimsuits, summer dresses, and shorts. Try shopping for summer accessories during September and October as well. When you buy items like sun hats, sunglasses & flip-flops at this time, you could pay significantly less. You might also get deals on seasonal outdoor stuff like camping equipment, sports gear, and pool toys.
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