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(C) Kathy Murdock
The presents – unwrapped. The tree – just a few remaining needles the vacuum cleaner didn’t catch. A new calendar hangs on the kitchen wall, and the last thing you probably want to do is head out the door to a department store for Yet. More. Shopping.
But you should.
Though the frenzied days (and nights!) of Black Friday and holiday gift hunting may have left you shopping-shy, the month of January is full of deals that make it worth another go-around. Below we’ve gathered together four of the top purchases that can save you money as the New Year rolls in.
Keep out one tub of Christmas ornaments so you can store away the new bargains on holiday
decorations that you will find this month. Stores need to empty their shelves of Santas and elves so they can fill them up with hearts and roses: This means you can score big on next year’s holiday decorations, like inflatables for the lawn and lights for the tree.
Peruse the shelves at your local Walgreens and CVS for small gift ideas at discounts of up to 70% off or more, or stop in at Lowes and Walmart if you’re hunting for a new artificial tree, stand, or oversized . . .
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