What You Should Be Buying In Winter And Spring

This article, entitled What you should be buying in Winter (and Spring) comes from SavingsAngel.com.

It’s an exciting time for those who know how to shop for great deals. The number of available coupons and store sales are among the best of the year. January through April always present a real opportunity to stock up on groceries and other products that families need. If you’ll plan your ‘stock-up’ shopping according to this list, you can put yourself ahead financially during the rest of the year.

Here are the deals you should be stocking up on

JANUARY
Quaker products (I buy at least six months’ worth of Oatmeal in January); Super bowl ‘snack’ food: including Pepsi and Tostitos, chili, and many microwaveable snacks; Post-holiday clearance products and gifts (plan for NEXT Christmas!); White sales; Sports and Weight loss equipment (Think: New Year’s resolutions); computers; organization products: Rubbermaid totes, shelf organizers, planners, and filing cabinets.

FEBRUARY
January is such a huge month for coupons that many of the deals carry over; post-valentine candy; It’s a good time to buy electronics before and after the Super Bowl; Also: floor coverings, housewares, and furniture.

MARCH
You’ll be grateful if you have extra freezer space! March is frozen food month – and you’ll want to stock up! Also, Spring cleaning deals start in March; Easter products like eggs, ham, and candy; Kraft products; Paper products like towels, napkins, plates; Clearanced Winter sports equipment (or better yet, buy used!); Gardening supplies; Luggage.

APRIL
Spring apparel and accessories including coats and hats; more Spring cleaning supplies; Paint and wallpaper (many home projects get tackled starting in April); Kosher products

This is not a complete list – but if you’ll buy as much as you can over the next few months of the best deals from the products above, you can easily pocket many hundreds of dollars. Getting away from shopping ‘based on need’ is critical to slashing your grocery bill in half. Even if you don’t immediately ‘need’ the deals I can help you find, it’s better to get them beforehand – rather than waiting for the need to come, months ahead, when the deals aren’t available.


The best couponers save hundreds of dollars every month at the grocery store. However, extreme couponers can end up living very extreme lifestyles to get those savings. For over five years, SavingsAngel.com has equalized the playing field – giving extreme savings to busy families who don’t have the time or ability to be an extreme couponer. Each week, SavingsAngel.com’s over 70 angels combine over 2,000 products on sale at local grocery and drug stores with an enormous database of over 2000 different manufacturer coupons. These combinations result in our members getting access to over 300 products each week for 50% off or better. Simply log in, choose the deals you want, print or clip only the coupons you need, and save hundreds of dollars a month at regional and national stores. Our angels will personally work with you to craft a plan that will help you buy healthier food at lower prices – helping you keep $200 to $400 in savings each month.

Josh Elledge is the Chief Executive “Angel” of SavingsAngel, Inc. – launched from his home in January 2007. A husband and father of three, he now appears each week on television, in eight newspapers, and a number of radio stations across the country teaching families how to cut their grocery bill in half using the Internet. Elledge created the technology found on SavingsAngel.com through the need to save his own family’s money. Successfully able to cut his own grocery bill from $600 a month to less than $300 a month, his message has reached hundreds of thousands of families. SavingsAngel.com is now growing rapidly throughout the country. You can watch a short video at SavingsAngel.com that will explain more information about how to cut your own grocery bill in half with the help of SavingsAngel.com!



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