It's pretty busy month with Mother's day, Memorial Day ...and you can score some pretty good deals too!
Sure Memorial Day is the unofficial kickoff of summer, but the best savings are actually on spring clothing. Places like Old Navy and Nautica will slash prices from 20 to 75 percent off spring apparel.
If your closet is already full here are some other bargains you can look forward to.
Now is the best time to get a good deal on a mattress, refrigerator, snatch up a vacuum if yours is about to bite the dust and even some patio furniture is on the low.
Speaking of patio...expect to see lots of deals at your grocery store on stuff for a b-b-q... seasonal fruits, chips and meats for the grill are all on the cheap.
And remember bargain hunters don't forget about stackable coupons. Many retailers will have online and printable coupons you can add on top of the discount.
So what should you leave on the shelves?
May is not the best time to save money on lawn mowers, televisions, home electronics and power tools.
So get out there savvy shopper and get your deal on!
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