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What to Buy in March

We are nearing the end of this month and it's time to start thinking and planning for March. I usually start here with the idea to find out what is cheap and what I want or need and add them to my shopping list.

What to Buy in March From Premeditated Leftovers

Here are some items you can look forward to snagging great deals on during the month of March!
Hooray for Frozen Food Month! Did you know such a thing existed? March is National Frozen Food Month, so now is the time to fill your freezers. Here are some of the items you can find:
1. Frozen family sized meals
2. Frozen diet meals
3. Frozen vegetables and fruits
4. Frozen beverage mixes and juices
5. Frozen pizzas
6. Frozen breakfast items
7. Frozen side dishes and appetizers
8. Frozen meats and seafoods
March means St. Patrick’s Day is near. Keep your eyes opened for great prices on St. Patrick’s themed décor as well as traditional Irish food items.
9. Corned beef
10. Cabbage
11. Potatoes
12. Irish breads
13. Irish desserts
14. Green themed foods
15. St. Patrick’s Day home décor
16. St. Patrick’s Day paper goods
You can’t have March without March Madness. Look forward to all of your favorite snack foods being on sale. With these low prices, you can stock up for the big game for less.
17. Cold cuts
18. Soda and beer
19. Chips and salty snacks
20. Fruit and veggie trays
21. Cheese
22. Crackers
23. Wings and appetizers
Let’s talk seasonal produce. Remember, stock up on these items now even if you don’t have an immediate need for them. You freezecan, or dry what you can’t use right away.
24. Asparagus
25. Artichokes
26. Broccoli
27. Cabbage (Great for corned beef and cabbage!)
28. Carrots
29. Celery
30. Grapes
31. Citrus items including grapefruit, lemon, and limes
32. Peas
33. Spinach
34. Strawberries
March is a great time to stock up on winter clearance. Stores will be trying to liquidate their winter items to make way for all of the spring, lawn, garden, and outdoor décor they have to offer. Here are some winter clearance items you can look forward to finding for less.
35. Boots
36. Gloves
37. Winter coats
38. Scarves
39. Sweaters
40. Shovels
41. Ice melt products
42. Sleds
43. Snow blowers
44. Winter sporting goods
45. Sweats and other winter clothing
In anticipation of Easter, you will start seeing some hot deals on Easter décor and Easter dinner items. Such items will include:
46. Hams
47. Easter themed baked goods
48.Easter basket fillers
49. Egg dying kits
50. Easter themed home décor


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