For every avenue there is to spend money, there’s a loophole for spending less of it,” Yahoo tech columnist David Pogue writes in "Pogue's Basics: Money." Pogue calculates that by shopping when prices on everyday items are lowest, the average American family could save roughly $855 a year.
Additionally, https://www.cnbc.com/2018/06/28/5-things-to-buy-in-july.html has determined that summer clothes, in particular patriotic items, go on sale in July since they have often been in stores since April and the surge of clothes for cooler fall weather take over the shelves and racks.Also, July 20th thru August 5th is when Nordstrom’s ½ yearly sale occurs. And there are deals that shouldn’t be missed!
July is also considered an optimal time for buying jewelry as there are no holidays that are considered jewelry holidays in July.
After Father’s Day, tools tend to go on sale. With weather warming up, its often too warm in the South to do as many outdoor projects in the later summer months. The 2 biggest grilling holidays have passed at this time, Memorial Day and 4th of July, so finding a deal on grills and barbeque equipment might be quite timely, too.
Fitness gear makes the list again as retailers drop prices on items that are remaining based on peoples fitness goals not being achieved due to vacation and the impending school year beginning.
Purchasing furniture is another good bet in July as new models tend to arrive in August. Furniture retailers need to make room for new inventory.
According to www.cbsnews.com/news/what-to-buy-on-sale-every-month-of-the-year-in-2018/. Amazon Prime Day is in July, as well. This is a great time to purchase Echo’s, Kindles and more. This sale usually last about 30 hours and the discounts are quite heavy on Amazon products.