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What To Buy In November
Did you know that specific items are cheaper to buy in specific months throughout the year? If you were not aware of this, be sure to pay attention to the list below. It will save you money throughout the year.
APPLIANCES: It’s time for NEW models to start coming out, so pick up last year’s leftovers at a deep discount. Stores want to move these out fast. So, you’re going to find some deeply discounted appliances.
ELECTRONICS: Need a new TV? November is the month to grab yours. Mainly because of the holiday sales I’m sure, but November is the month to buy your higher priced TV’s at amazing prices. This is going to also include gaming consoles AND laptops!
CANDY: The day after Halloween, November 1st, through November 15th, you’re going to find discounted Halloween Candy. The stores need to make room for Christmas sales. If you’re store is already out of Halloween candy, no worries. Many stores have amazing sales on holiday candies throughout the month, preparing you for Christmas.
APPAREL: I was quite happy to read about this one. Big stores like Kohls, Amazon, and Target, offer doorbusting sales on clothes for the whole family during November. Again, vamping up for the holiday shopping season.
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With four kids dressing up for Halloween each year, I had to find some unique ways to save money on those costumes. Two of the kids have now outgrown dressing up. It’s “not cool anymore mom”. But I still find ways to save on the youngest kids costumes. Check out my top tips below:
Organize a costume swap with friends: We have done this quite a few times when my kids were younger. Many years the kids only wore their costumes 1-2x. So, they were like new the next year and had plenty of wear left for the next child to use. We would plan a get together for the first week of October and lay out all the costumes to browse through.
Make your own costume: If you’re crafty, use your skills to make your child’s costume. It can be as easy as the old white sheet to make a ghost, or get the sewing machine out and get to work!
Use what you have: We have done this a few times over the years. Thankfully, my boys wanted to be a baseball player or my girls wanted to be a princess. Since the boys played Little League, we always had a uniform around the house. And my girls had the princess trunk filled with dresses, feathery boas, plastic heel shoes, and more. Easy peasy! And it saved me lots of dough.
Buy used: Head out to the thrift or consignment shops in your area and browse through the costumes. They usually start to pull them out the end of September. Start early for the best selections.
Shop AFTER Halloween for the following year: The day after Halloween, costumes go on clearance. They usually start at 20% off and eventually end up at 90% off! Don’t forget accessories and decorations while you’re at it!
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