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Best Things to Buy for Spring Savings

By - Posted on April 16, 2013

The early spring can be a great time to purchase some items, as they are more affordable and smart buys, especially for military families. However, just like some options are good around March and April, there are also other items that are better left to purchase at the end of the year. Being judicious about what you buy can help save a significant amount of money.

Smart purchases in early spring
Some great items can be bought in March, April, and May, and if you pay close attention to sales and clearances, you can end up getting quite a lot for very little money.

  • Winter clothes – With spring picking up, you can actually benefit greatly from buying clothes for next winter. You may not be able to use them for a few months, but it can actually cut down on expensive excursions later on.
  • Plants – As the weather warms up, plants become easier to grow, and this helps cut down on overall costs to you. So if you plan on getting a loved one flowers, or you just want to buy some fruits and vegetables for your family, you can take advantage of the lowering prices during this time.

Items you should avoid, for now
While there are great items to buy during the warmer weather, others are best left for later. Avoid these purchases, if you can, and you can save some money.

  • Summer clothes – While you may need summer clothes, buying these items at another time of year – especially during the winter – is a much better idea. Stores hike up prices  for these items in the spring because they are in high demand.
  • Recreational items – Other items that can prove pricey during the spring are recreational items. This includes warm weather team sports equipment, as well as investments such as canoes or life jackets.

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