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What to buy in April

I found these ideas on One Good Thing she has a list like this for every month of the year.

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April Is The Best Month To Buy…

1. Cookware Sets

The month of April leads up to both wedding season and graduation season. And one of the things that both grads and newlyweds want is a great set of cookware. Luckily for them, many departments stores will be offering great sales and discounts on cookware sets this month!

2. Home Improvement Supplies

We call it “spring cleaning,” but it’s usually more like “spring cleaning and organizing and fixing things around the house.” If you’ll be doing any of those things around the house this month, make sure to take advantage of the Spring Black Friday sales and discounts at Home Depot!

3. Auto Parts & Services

April is National Car Care Month! Winter can be really hard on cars, and yours surely deserves a little TLC now that the weather has improved! Take advantage of discounts on tune-ups, new tires, auto parts, and more.

4. Secondhand Goods

You probably won’t find a lot of special deals on secondhand clothes this month, but what you will find is a huge selection! People are spring cleaning their closets this month, so you’re likely to see a lot of recently donated items at your local thrift shops. Spend an afternoon combing the racks, because you never know what you might find!

5. Spring Clothing

Retailers will be clearing out spring styles this month in order to make room for incoming summer styles. That means you can find great discounts and markdowns on spring-y clothing for the whole family, just in time for warmer weather!

6. Earth Day Discounts

Earth Day is on April 22nd, and many businesses will celebrate by offering special earth-friendly deals and discounts. Some deals you might find include outdoor gear, hiking boots, eco-friendly cleaning supplies, and more!

7. Jewellery

April is a great time to snag a deal on jewellery, because jewellery stores are gearing up for Mother’s Day in May. Take advantage of all the sales and discounts on jewellery this month, and then you won’t be scrambling for a gift next month! :-)
Guess which ones I'm going to be focusing on? 

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