Although there are no major shopping holidays in March,
March winds will still be blowing in some fabulous deals.
If outdoor grilling is something you enjoy, this is the best time to stock up on all your essential BBQ supplies, such as that dream grill you've always wanted. After all that grilling, exercise equipment will be a good buy as well. Many stores have great deals available.
Now that winter is winding down you’ll come across some amazing deals on riding and push mowers, just in time for spring. After all the first day of Spring is just right around the corner.
March is also National Frozen Food Month, so be on the lookout for awesome deals to stock up on. Winter clothing sales will still be going strong in most stores to get ready for spring and summer lines. It would be a great time to snag some deals on coats, sweaters, etc. Of course, Saint Patrick's Day is coming up as well so look for deals throughout the stores as they tend to have sales around any holiday, even St. Patty's Day! Department stores and online retailers will usually discount their selection of green-themed clothing, party supplies, and jewelry as well.
Lastly, March is traditionally the month when spring cleaning and organizing officially gets started, it's also a great time of the year when you can do more than just declutter. It's also a great time to buy materials for your upcoming home renovations.
If you're like me and always looking to save even more money on your online purchases two of my go-to coupon and coupon code browser extensions are Honey and Rakuten. If you use Ibotta while in-store shopping, they have a Browser Extension that I highly recommend checking out and giving it a try if you haven't already! I also recommend using cashback apps to earn money back on your every day in-store and online purchases. My favorite cashback apps are Ibotta and Fetch Rewards.
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