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What To Buy In June, & What To Avoid, Because You’re All About Stretching That Dollar |

What To Buy In June, & What To Avoid, Because You’re All About Stretching That Dollar

Everyone loves scoring a good deal but not everyone is down with clipping coupons. Fortunately, there are other ways to score massive savings, like paying attention to the calendar. Certain months are better than others for buying specific items — you just need to be a savvy shopper. We’ve rounded up the best and worst things you should buy in June. And to start your summer shopping adventures off strong, pick up a free donut for National Donut Day on Friday, June 1. Everything tastes better when it’s free, right?

So what other items are going to be discounted this June? The experts over at DealNews are total pros at identifying the best items to buy when, and according to their research, June is the month to stock up on things like underwear and lingerie, movie tickets, and dinnerware. It also happens to be the worst time to spend money on things like back to school electronics, gas, and summer clothes. It may all sound a bit random but there are actually some serious market insights that can explain why stores put certain items on sale during specific times of the year. I love a good deal so let’s get into it.


Buy: Lingerie, Movie Tickets, And Dinnerware

If you’re like me, you might be wondering why bra and panty prices get slashed at the start of summer. It largely has to do with the huge semi-annual sale Victoria’s Secret has every June. “While many other lingerie providers might have already followed the mid-year sale structure, Victoria’s Secret has certainly defined it as a time to save on undergarments; as a result, the competition has to follow suite if they weren’t already,” explained Lindsay Sakraida, Director of Content Marketing of DealNews.

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