Seasonal Shopping




Tax Season

Make tax season a little more bearable and save a buck! Tax season means tax deals and savings on tax software, no sales tax on orders from some merchants and deals that either end or begin on April 15th each year. H&R Block is one tax related merchant to check out if deals such as these interest you.

Valentine’s Day

Look for February savings on items for that special him or her. Flowers, candy, jewelry, colognes, perfumes, intimate apparel and anything in the colors red or pink are just a few of the Valentine’s Day gifts that go on sale. Savings.com works with lots of flower and gift merchants like 1800 Flowers, ProFlowers.com, and Harry & David. Let cupid’s arrow guide your savings!

Mother’s Day

Get your mom something nice in May by shopping Mother’s Day sales and events. Look for storewide sales on everything Mom would want including perfumes, flowers, jewelry, robes, clothing and more Mother’s Day coupons.

Father’s Day

Look for deals in June as Father’s Day approaches. Tools, clothing, shoes, auto parts and sports equipment are popular items with plenty of Father’s Day coupons.

Halloween

Have a ghoul time shopping in October with Halloween coupons on candy, costumes, lights and decorations. BuyCostumes is a hit around that time of year.

Thanksgiving

Gobble up Thanksgiving Day deals on food items, fall decorations and even exercise equipment and gym memberships (to work off that Turkey Day bulge). Since this time of year is the busiest for travel, be sure to book flights, hotel rooms and rental cars early for the best deals.

One of the busiest shopping times of the year follows Thanksgiving as stores roll out early Christmas deals and discounts. Avoid the crowds by shopping online. Harry & David, Macy’s, and many other stores have great Thanksgiving/post-Thanksgiving offers available.

Christmas

Tis’ the season to shop and save on almost anything using our Christmas coupons. Look for deals at most stores on every item, from the most popular new gizmo, to the wrapping paper for gifts, and even ornaments to trim the tree. Also look for after-Christmas sales to stock up for next year.

Back to School

Don’t be late! The start of the school year is preceded with sales and offers on school supplies, clothing, computers, backpacks, as well as the latest gadgets for learning. Whether your starting first grade or your first year of college, the discounts make it easy to get the gear you need for a higher education. The Gap and Lands End are just two of many stores to checkout for back to school clothing specials on regular clothes and on school uniforms.

Labor Day

Labor Day means a three-day weekend for most of us. And retailers like to take advantage of our extra free time by offering deals on everything from computers to shoes to toys. And with an extra day to shop, look for merchants to push attractive deals on big ticket items that usually take a little more time to decide on such as cars, expensive electronics, and home improvement.

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