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Sales Cycles: January - April

JANUARY - Historically, Quaker has hot deals on cereal/all items.(I know this one to be absolutely true!!!) We see Pepsi/Tostitos go on sale mid-January (again, rebates abound for these). Other items of note this time of year are chili, side dishes, anything for hearty/warm meals.
• Post-Holiday Sales
• White Sales
• Sports and Weight Loss Equipment
• Computers
• Winter Apparel and Accessories
· Organizers, Rubbermaid totes, shelf organizers, planners, filing cabinets

FEBRUARY – many of the same food items as January
• Electronics
• Floor Coverings
• Housewares
• Furniture
• Candy and Chocolates

MARCH - Frozen food month. You'll find many stores are offering free freezers or fill-a-bag deals. Between March and April, look for spring cleaning deals, so many cleaner items will be on sale. With Easter, looks for eggs, ham, Kraft products to cycle into good sales. Paper products like towels, napkins, plates are starting to come on strong. Beverage items.
• Spring Apparel and Accessories
• Winter Sports Equipment
• Gardening Supplies
• Luggage

APRIL –
• Spring Apparel and Accessories
• Coats and Hats
• Paint
• Wallpaper
• Jewish Foods and Eggs

tune in for future month sales cycles

Comments

Emily Loria said…
Christine, you will be proud of me--

I got 2 : $5 off $25 or more purchace at Payless shoes coupons through kroger one afternoon of grocery shopping. I found that Payless was having there BOGO sale, I got 4 pairs of boys sunday shoes that rang up to $30. I asked as a joke if I could use both coupons, and they honored it! I left with 4 pairs of shoes for $20!
Nicely done! I got a TON of those coupons during the sara lee deal at Tom Thumb a couple weeks ago, but we didn't need any shoes. ::sad face::

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