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10 Things Moms Can Buy Cheaper in March

By Danielle Sullivan |

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Prepping for summer brings some definite spring bargains.

With no real big holidays on the horizon this month (other than St. Patrick’s Day which is not nearly as highly profitable as Christmas or Halloween), the spring is often a time of recharging and restoration… for our homes, yards, and wardrobes.

Sure, there may not be holiday specials or slashed frenzied price changing, but there are definite bargains specific to this month.

Here is the lowdown on what moms (and dads) can buy cheaper in March, from


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10 Things Moms Can Buy Cheaper in March

Winter Outdoor Gear

While the best times to buy winter gear are the summer months, this year's warm winter will cause the cold weather gear to go on clearance earlier. Now is the time to peruse those skis and skates you’ve always wanted.
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Danielle Sullivan writes for Babble Pets. She is also an award-winning parenting writer, who authors a monthly column for NY Parenting and ASPCA Parents blog. You can read more of her work at her blog,Some Puppy To Love. Read bio and latest posts → Read Danielle's latest posts →

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