Homeownership can be costly when it comes to all of the furnishings, electronics, and tools it takes to run a household. A great article recently posted by Realty Times reveals the best time of year to buy certain household items in order to score the biggest savings.
They looked at two studies, one by Decide Inc. and the Wall Street Journal, and the other by Sales.com. Other reports from AARP and LifeHacker offer month-by-month buying bargains for everything from appliances to power tools.
It seems there’s a deal every month on certain items. Here’s the rundown month by month:
January: Furniture, new flooring, and bedding and linens
February: Air conditioners and older model televisions that will soon be moving out for newer models
March: Gardening tools, china, and flatware
April: Vacuum cleaners
May: Barbecue equipment, patio furniture, and home office furniture
July: Kitchen appliances, such as refrigerators and ranges
August: Linens and storage containers
September: Grills and lawn mowers
October: Appliances and clearance patio furniture and outdoor items
November: Electronics, appliances, and tools
December: Televisions, electronics, and small appliances like toasters and blenders