How to Shop Sales Cycles

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How to Shop Sales Cycles

Do you ever see a good deal and you want to buy 5 years supply because you don’t think it will ever go on sale again? Don’t worry! Most products have are on a “sales cycle”. That means that items will typically go on sale about every 8-12 weeks. Keep in mind that some items rarely go on sale or have a coupon so when you see a good deal on those, you need to stock up as much as you can!

We have created a guide to help you know which items are typically on sale during each month. This is not to say you can’t get a good deal on a particular item in it’s “off” month. This guide will just help you be prepared to look for certain items to stock up on each month and when we will most likely find them at their lowest price.

A savvy shopper waits until a product is on sale, a coupon is available and then stocks up! The idea is to create a stockpile that will last you until the product reaches its lowest price again or anywhere from 3-12 months depending on your storage.

Go HERE for a PDF list that you can print or download!

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