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June/July Buying Guide

| June 03, 2018
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After Fourth of July:

-Picnic items: disposable dishes/table clothes

-Patriotic decorations

-Patriotic clothes – Stores want to get these items out of their inventory quickly after the Fourth celebrations are over, so wait until after the holiday to pick up your star-spangled gear.

 

Seasonal Produce:

-Sweet corn, cucumber, basil

-Apricots, mango, peaches

-Blackberries, blueberries, cherries

 

Furniture

-Indoor furniture in particular

July is a great time to replace some old furniture. As a general rule, furniture stores bring in new stock in August, meaning that July is a scramble to clear out the old for the new. This brings on a whole lot of sales on last year’s models.

 

Gym Memberships

During summer months, gym sign-ups are typically lower due to the available outdoor activities. Because of this, you may be able to snag a deal on a membership by asking the gym to give you a free trial month or waive the initiation fee. If the gym is falling behind in membership sign-ups, you just might have a good chance of saving a quick buck here.

 

Undergarments/Loungewear/Swimwear

Victoria’s Secret Semi-Annual Event

Usually you would be encouraged not to buy swimwear during summer months, however, every January and June, Victoria’s Secret throws its Semi-Annual sale, where you can save up to 50% off on swimsuits, lingerie, and loungewear. In like fashion, competing lingerie stores may also lower their prices in order to compete.

 

Here are some holidays that you might check out for some FREEBIES:

National Doughnut Day – June 2

Father’s Day – June 18

First Day of Summer – June 21

National Sunglasses Day – June 27

 

 

 

 

Distributed by Susan Sommer at Sommer Investments, LLC
1395 Triad Center Drive, Suite 4 • Saint Peters, MO 63376
Securities offered through Securities America, Inc., Member FINRA/SIPC.  Advisory Services offered through BEAM Asset Management, LLC. Susan Sommer, CFS, CFP® Representative. Securities America, Inc., BEAM Asset Management LLC and Sommer Investments, L.L.C. are separate entities.

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