Have you ever taken advantage of post-Christmas sales? If not, you need to get on it. According to Lifehacker, January is the best time to get your hands on leftover stock from the holiday rush, particularly winter coats and clothing. The selection may not be the best, but you're more likely to snag a deal.
And who wants to tie the knot during a Nor’easter or the winter thaw? For that reason, experts say that January, February, and March are the best months to buy wedding supplies and negotiate prices for venues, depending on the location. If you want to get married on the cheap, consider having — or, at least, preparing for — your ceremony during winter months.
What else should one buy in January? Experts say furniture, gift cards, and video games. Lifehacker has compiled an exhaustive guide of the best times to buy just about anything this year...not that you need more stuff, but who can say no to a good deal? Right? (Lifehacker)
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