‘Twas the Day After Christmas Sales
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‘Twas the Day After Christmas Sales

Posted on Sunday, December 26th, 2010 at 5:52 am
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Did you have a wonderful Christmas? I really hope that you did.

Things are going to be a little light around here due to the holidays, but don’t let that stop you from visiting. I’ll still be posting some of the great deals that I come across.

The stores should start reducing products for their after Christmas clearance starting today. As soon as I get some markdown schedules, I’ll let you know what they are. Meanwhile, if you are out shopping today and come across any great deals, please leave a comment on this post and let everyone know about it!

Now is the time, of course, to stock up on Christmas cards, Christmas wrapping paper and Christmas ornaments for next year. Candles and candy will be reduced as well. You should be able to get up to 90 percent off in some cases, although for today, most mark downs will begin at 50 percent and work their way down from there.

Look for major after Christmas discounts at Walmart, Disney, Sears and Best Buy especially. They will be featuring video game consoles, electronics and appliances on discount starting today.

Another area of the stores to look for when it comes to major clearance is clothing. Not only will you find special occasion items priced to sell quickly, but also anything seasonal. The stores have to quickly get ready to change over the clothing inventory. If you have kids, you’ll want to stock up on the clothing sizes that you will need for next season. I’m going to be looking for coats and snowsuits at 70 percent off or more.

Clothing for Men and Women will be on sale as well, so stock up on sweaters, coats, dresses, dressier pants, even jeans. If you need to overhaul your winter wardrobe, now is the chance to do it without breaking the bank or going into debt.

Here is wishing you success in your after Christmas shopping.

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