Tip of the Day: Best Deals in March


Posted on : 01-03-2021 | By : georginesaves | In : Tip of the day

#ad March usually means Spring is right around the corner. Whether you are already packing up your Winter coats, boots, gloves, and hats or not, you’ll be able to find lots of markdowns in-stores and online this month. Look for leftovers that can be saved for next year or used on colder days this the month.

In addition to March Madness sales, sports fans can get deals on golf clubs and sets as new equipment inventory are starting to hit the shelves. For those stay-at-home fans, related video games will be cheaper! If you like outdoor Winter sports you’ll get bargains on skis, snowboards, sleds, and other Winter toys.

Luggage will be reduced as our hopes and dreams turn into reality (we hope) with Spring and Summer travel.

March is Frozen Food Month at the supermarket. It’s a great time to stock your freezer with frozen meals, vegetables, ice cream, breakfast foods, and more. Start looking for coupons in the Sunday newspapers for extra savings. Don’t forget to check online coupon sites or your favorite brands sites often to see what they offer. Stock up on your favorite brands if you have freezer-room. You’ll be happy you did when the prices go up. As we near St. Patrick’s Day (3-17), corned beef, cabbage, and potatoes will be specially priced at supermarkets and grocery stores. If this is a meal you fancy more than once a year, buy several packages of corned beef to freeze for the next time you are in the mood.

If you are doing your own taxes, tax software will be on sale to help you out. Check Staples and Amazon for the best deals.

You’ll find discounts on glassware, flatware, and china at big box stores and online. So if you are getting married, setting up a new home, or just updating this is a good time to buy.

Look for leftover garden tool inventory. What is available may be discounted because soon garden departments and shops will be filled with supplies to help Spring flowers pop up!


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