Upcoming sales! End of January, February Sales

Attention bargain hunters! There are a few stores that religiously have sales, and I am talking DARN GOOD sales, in the upcoming weeks. Here are the stores to start “strolling and patrolling” for the greatest sales event of the year:

  • JCPenny-They ALWAYS have sales that can not be beat in the last weeks of January into early February and I am talking like nice shirts and sweatshirts for PENNIES! Onces at the JCPenny sales event I got shirts for $.75 and hats, gloves, and scarfs for $.50, yes 50 CENTS. So do “Stroll and Patrol” this one because it is SO worth it!
  • Macy’s-They too have good sales, however not comparable to JCPenny sales but they are still good and you can get gifts for next year at a great price.
  • Sears-They tend to have decent sales on home goods and electronic, but the best sales and prices will be found in their shoes and clothing department, as well as in the jewelry and perfume departments, so they are worth a look.
  • Old Navy-They have amazing sales on all winter wear as well as any long sleeve shirts or sweaters this time of year. They almost give away winter hats, scarves, and gloves which make great gifts for next year! Stolling the Old Navy for deals is a MUST.
  • Aeropostal-They also have amazing sales on all fall and winter wear including jeans this time of year so get in there and scope it out…Keep an eye open for sale racks in the BACK of the store!

These are just a few places but I will post back as soon as I find more great deals at more stores 🙂 Some times if you ask the store clerk when there will be a sale and how much % off they will tell you willingly! The next time your in your favorite store use my advice to you advantage; ask them when your favorite shirt will be on sale and what the price will be then. My advice can save you time and money 🙂 HAPPY SHOPPING 🙂

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