After Christmas Store Clearance Amounts
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After Christmas Store Clearance Amounts

Posted on Monday, December 27th, 2010 at 11:12 am
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We are in the middle of a record breaking snowstorm today, so I won’t be able to any after Christmas clearance shopping today. In fact, with the high, it is pretty likely that I will lose power and Internet connectivity before the day is through.

Still, I was able to get out for a couple of hours yesterday, and I took note of some of the after Christmas clearance deals that were posted.* Here is what I found..

Kohls

50 percent off of most items, including coats, snowsuits, kids dressy clothes, decorations and more.

Sears

60 percent off of kids winter coats, women’s sweaters, decorations and more.

Target

50 percent off Christmas themed food, with the exception of Christmas candy, small toys and stocking stuffers, decoration, wrapping paper and cards, paper goods.

30 percent off Christmas candy and dressy clothes

15 percent off holiday candles

Walmart

50 percent off of holiday candy, decorations, select toys and select Christmas clothing, such as kids Pjs.

* Keep in mind that your own local stor might vary in its clearance schedule.

You can read more about After Christmas shopping and get some practical tips for finding the bargains by clicking here.

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