The holidays have come and gone as well as the shopping craziness. Now come the post-Christmas sales and deals. January is just as busy in the retail world as shops are getting rid of the old to make way for the new. The deals go beyond the obvious sales on holiday wrapping paper and winter jackets. But what exactly should you spend your hard-earned money on?
If one of your resolutions was to save money in 2018 or give back, you’re in luck! Goodshop’s coupons and deals help you save money while donating to a charity or nonprofit of your choice. So start shopping, saving and donating this January!
Start stocking up on any artificial trees, red ornaments and shiny wrapping paper now. The prices are historically lowest for holiday decorations. You can use these Michael’s coupons, offers and deals to save even more money.
Another thing to stock up on? Baking supplies. Everything from tins and baking sheets to red sprinkles can be scooped up for lower prices. You can also use red icing and sprinkles for Valentine’s Day treats in a month!
Many people make fitness resolutions and goals when the clock strikes midnight on New Year’s Eve, and retailers know this. You’ll see a lot of fitness equipment and apparel go on sale during January when everyone is heading to the gym. Speaking of which, many gyms will offer discounter membership rates- but make sure you’ll actually go and get the most bang for your buck.
Linens are a big sale item in January. Department stores host “white sales” to clear out their inventory of sheets, towels, blankets and more.So you can expect to find big savings on items to freshen up your bedroom. Check out these Kohl’s coupons and offers or these West Elm offers and deals.
Hold Out for Mattresses
While you may save on sheets hold off on buying a new mattress, at least until February. Presidents Day sales (which takes place Feb. 19 this year) bring big discounts. Be sure to use these Mattress Firm coupons or these Mattress.com offers and deals when February rolls around.
What are you thinking of buying this January? Any planned shopping items on your list? Let us know!