Yearly 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? Here is a list of typical sale cycles for the year and YES there are sales cycles.

This is not to say you can’t get a good deal on a particular item in it’s off month, but here is a guide to help you know when you will typically find the rock bottom price for a particular item. A savvy shopper waits until a product is on sale and then stocks up! The idea is to create a stockpile that will last you 3-12 months, or until the product again reaches its lowest price.

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

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  1. Thank you for the list it helps me out a whole lot being that I am a newbie!!!!!!

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