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Here’s What You Should or Shouldn’t Buy to Score a Deal This Labor Day Weekend

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If you’re staying home and doing some online shopping for Labor Day Weekend, here’s a rundown of things you should and shouldn’t buy.  You’ll probably find the best deals on mattresses, furniture, and items for your home office.  And you’ll want to avoid buying a new TV, cell phones, and Halloween costumes and decorations, which should all go on sale later this year.

 

It’s Labor Day Weekend – which can bring great deals, on even big ticket items.  So, if you’re staying home and doing some online or in-store shopping, here’s a rundown of what you SHOULD and SHOULDN’T buy . . .

1.  You’ll probably find the best deals on stuff for the house.  Things like furniture, mattresses, and items for your home office, like a webcam or headphones.

2.  Things you’ll want to avoid buying this weekend include a new TV, smart home devices, and cell phones.  It’s better to wait until Black Friday for those, or when the newer cell phone models are about to come out.  It’s also a good idea to hold off on Halloween decorations and costumes, since they will likely go on sale next month.

3.  A couple things could go either way.  Labor Day sales are usually great for clothes and appliances, but that might not be the case this year because of the pandemic.  And the travel industry has also been hit hard, so any deals will be hit or miss.

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