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10 Things Moms Should Buy (and Not Buy) in July

By Danielle Sullivan |

10 Things Moms Should Buy (and Not Buy) in July via Babble

Summer deals heat up this month!

As we head full force into the summer, shopping deals change a little. Before July 4th, shopping savings focus on equipment for family celebrations, but once that is over we start to think about getting those summer deals and storing them away for next year.

The stores also begin to bring out their (gulp) back-to-school merchandise. By thinking a little (and sometimes a lot) ahead, we can save a bunch.

Like so many other things in life, when it comes to shopping, preparation is key.

Here is what moms should buy (and not buy) in July:

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10 Things Moms Should Buy (and Not Buy) in July

BUY: Back to School Gear

No one wants to think about back to school yet BUT if you hit the stores now, you will find fully stocked shelves with the newest and often cheapest loot. Think pencil sharpeners, erasers, and folders for less than 50 cents. The biggest benefit however, may be the whining you’ll miss when your child can find everything she wants in the exact color she wants it in. Plus, stores are empty now. If you hit Target in late August/early September (as I have done in the past), you will likely be wandering up and down near empty aisles searching frantically for what you need and finding nothing!
Image: iStock
Source: Deal News

Image: iStock

Sources: MSN MoneyDeal NewsFox Business, KHOU Texas News

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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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