As with any holiday, you’ll see a sale on particular items. April is host to Easter Sunday (16th) and here are the things you can expect to find on sale that coordinate: ham, eggs, dyeing kits, stuffed animals, candy, chocolate, baskets and decorations.
When you have a big holiday, you can also be sure to see a slight increase in sales for baking supplies: sugar, spices, baking mixes, flour, chocolate chips and refrigerated cookie dough.
Another big date celebrated in April is Earth Day (22nd). I know we don’t think about any sales being associated with this day of preserving the earth, but this is actually a great day to find deals on the following: natural and organic foods and personal care products, reusable bags and water bottles, Energy star appliances and even CFL and LED light.
With spring also comes the motivation to begin making your yard and house look more appealing as well. You can find deals on: gardening equipment and seeds, bird feeders, spring cleaning supplies and of course, allergy medicines.
Seasonal produce you’ll be able to snag deals on: artichokes, asparagus, avocados, beets, broccoli, cabbages, carrots, grapefruit, mushrooms, onions, peas, rhubarb and strawberries.
What should you be sure to shop clearance for? After Easter items this month to build your stock for next holiday including: decorations, baskets, grass, egg dyeing kits, stickers, those plastic eggs and any other “Easter” thing you can think of. Remember to scan the prices at a price checker too and look in more places than just the assigned clearance section. Clothing, foods, Ziploc products, anything that is in any way, shape or form related to Easter will be on sale after the 16th!
. winter clothing, snow shovels, ski and sledding equipment all marked down during this month.
***Also, although it won’t quite be time yet, you will definitely be seeing Easter and spring decorations going up on the shelves. Besides just the decorations you should find baskets, candy, ham, eggs and egg dyeing kits, gift sets, dresses and accessories. If you’re looking to snag a deal on them though, you’re going to have to wait until after Easter, or head to one of your local craft stores like Micheals or Hobby Lobby, they’re sure to run some great promo before the holiday is over. ***