There are those times of year where you can’t help but notice a certain fruit or vegetable on sale or featured in a specialty pie, just about everywhere. This is because that produce is probably in season. By purchasing only fruits and veggies that are in season, you can save real money on your grocery bill. Locally grown produce is always cheaper than purchasing imported produce.
When summer season is coming to an end, major retailers place the remaining, unsold summer items on sale. Now, this doesn’t just apply to summer. Be on the lookout for ‘end of season’ sales all year round. These are the best time to stock up for the next year’s season wardrobe.
Traveling to your favorite destinations or dream vacations is best done during the off-peak season. This is the time in-between spring break, the winter holidays, and New Year’s –depending on your destination. By choosing travel dates during the off-peak season, also known as “dead zones,” you can save big on airfare and hotel accommodations as prices are significantly reduced.
The Holiday season is indeed the most wonderful time of the year! But you know what’s even more wonderful? Great, big holiday savings. After every holiday, all the décor goes straight to the ‘sale aisle.’ This is the best time to stock up on ornaments, lights, wrapping paper, ribbons, and more. Also be on the lookout for those holiday gift sets, which will be on sale as well!