You can get great discounts when shopping for different products every month, even if that means searching for spring clothing in summer or buying grills in the fall. Check out our cheat sheets for shopping every month of the year.
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gym memberships. But the first month of the year is also a popular time for "white sales," which feature major discounts on bedding and towels. Better yet, January brings noteworthy savings on winter clothing, and especially on winter coats.
Check out our full guide to learn what to buy in January.
Valentine's Day gifts in February, keep an eye out for savings from stores like Kohl's and Amazon. And don't forget to check the shelves on February 15 — any leftover candy will fall in price, as will those classic stuffed bears holding hearts. In less romantic news, Presidents' Day sales will bring deals on a variety of home goods.
Check out our full guide to learn what to buy in February.
Dell Refurbished Store will likely have modest discounts on electronics. We also tend to see a fair amount of cruise deals during this month, as the "wave season" is wrapping up. You can watch for the best gift card deals in March, too.
Check out our full guide to learn what to buy in March.
Tax Day is another April staple, and many retailers will offer freebies around April 15. Earth Day is also good for freebies, and it even coincides with National Park Week.
Check out our full guide to learn what to buy in April.
Memorial Day at the end of the month, be prepared for noteworthy May deals on appliances and mattresses. And right before Memorial Day, expect swimwear to see discounts of 50% at select retailers. However, the month will kick off with May the Fourth sales, which offer a perfect opportunity to snag Star Wars merchandise.
Even better for nerdy shoppers, Free Comic Book Day is also at the beginning of May. And Mother's Day will bring so-so offers on flowers, cards, and such. But May is actually a good time to buy mom gifts that aren't flowers.
Check out our full guide to learn what to buy in May.
National Donut Day; plenty of places will offer free treats.
Gamers can expect to shop the annual Steam Summer Sale in June, as well. Additionally, GOG will host its own video game sale. The Victoria's Secret Semi-Annual Sale will also drop in June, offering an excellent chance to stock up on intimates.
Check out our full guide to learn what to buy in June.
Watch for Independence Day sales to discount camping and hiking items by 50%. Plus, clothing and shoe stores will likely take anywhere from 30% to 75% off.
Celebrating Christmas in July? Look for home improvement stores to knock a huge 75% off decor items. Amazon Prime Day will fall around the middle of the month, and it'll be a good time to grab Alexa devices at a steep discount.
Check out our full guide to learn what to buy in July.
tax free weekends. Whether you have kids or not, it's the perfect time to dodge sales tax on school supplies, laptops, and clothing.
With summer winding down, it might not seem like an ideal month to buy patio furniture, but we tend to see a fair amount of deals on outdoor seating, tables, and hammocks. Around the last two weeks of August, look for early Labor Day sales to begin.
Check out our full guide to learn what to buy in August.
Labor Day sales will be going strong. Apparel will make up a large part of these holiday sales, as retailers try to clear out any remaining summer stock.
Also in September, Apple will have its fall event. That's when the company tends to announce its latest iPhone models. You can also celebrate National Coffee Day at the end of the month.
Check out our full guide to learn what to buy in September.
Want to take an epic trip? Consider heading to Europe during October, as this is considered the "shoulder season." On the sales front, Columbus Day (also known as Indigenous Peoples Day in many areas) is the last big shopping holiday before Black Friday — unfortunately, these sales can't compare to what Black Friday will bring.
Check out our full guide to learn what to buy in October.
Black Friday, the sale holiday to which all other sale holidays are compared. You can expect to see pre-Black Friday sales begin in early November (if not late October), but the best deals happen during Black Friday week.
Clothing will make up a large chunk of Black Friday sales; many retailers will offer sales and coupons that take 50% off, if not more. And it should come as no surprise that November is the perfect time to upgrade your TV.
Check out our full guide to learn what to buy in November.
Green Monday and Super Saturday deals, though these might not measure up after the hype of Black Friday. One thing that is worth shopping in December is gift cards. During the month, tons of retailers and restaurants will offer bonus cards when you purchase gift cards worth a certain amount.
Deals on video games and holiday decor will also be prevalent in December, especially after Christmas. Definitely stock up on DVDs and Blu-ray discs, and expect great headphone deals, too.
Check out our full guide to learn what to buy in December.