Summer Stuff for Cheap in January
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Summer Stuff for Cheap in January

Posted on Monday, January 10th, 2011 at 10:16 am
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Summer Deals

Summer Deals

Mixed in with the Christmas and holiday clearance at some stores is plenty of summer clearance! I guess these stores decided to pull out anything they had in the back room that didn’t get sold after the summer season. Take advantage of this to get some really great deals now and use them for the kids or for gifts in a few months.

Some of the summer clearance seems to be pretty beat up with dented boxes, etc., but there was still plenty of pristine packaging in case you want to gift or resell.

The summer items I have seen included slip and slide toys, blow up pool toys, beach towels, outside bouncy tents and more.

Head to the holiday clearance sections of Sears, Bed, Bath & Beyond, and CVS and look for those summer items. It wouldn’t hurt to look at other stores, too, but those are just the ones that I personally spotted over the weekend.

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