Don’t miss out on some of the best deals of the year!
Labor Day weekend is a great time to get together with friends and family. However, if you have time between the block parties and barbeques, consider exploring some summer-ending sales at a number of nationwide retailers.
Brad Wilson, the Publisher of the website Bradsdeals.com suggests looking into Amazon and Wal-Mart’s Labor Day sales. Not only will you save a considerable amount of money with these retail giants, but also you can do so on your computer from the comfort of your own home. Most online retailers also offer free shipping depending on how much you spend. For instance, online Shoppers at Macy’s will receive free shipping as long as they spend $99.
What can you expect to find on sale this Labor Day?
Lucky for everyone, the large super and department stores are offering some sort of discount on pretty much all of their inventory. According to Ellen Davis, vice president at the National Retail Federation, Labor Day sales usually offer particularly noteworthy discounts on children’s clothing, and electronics in the $400 to $500 price range. This means that you’ll have an opportunity to stock up on any back to school clothes that may have been overlooked during August’s back-to-school chaos.
In case you’re in the market for the more expensive electronics, computer manufacturers like Dell and Apple typically offer worthwhile deals around Labor Day. Both companies give students and teachers further discounts on computers, printers, and range of other products geared towards education.
No matter what it is you’re in the market for, there’s a very good chance that you can find it at a reduced price during Labor Day sales. There are great deals to be had either online, or in person, so try and make time this weekend to check out your favorite spots. Lastly, consider visiting sites like CouponCabin.com and RetailMeNot.com for any last minute offers before you make any purchases.