If you are a fan of sales, you know that winter sales are fast approaching. However, even for connoisseurs, there are some pitfalls in which you can fall without even realizing it.
By the way, if you’re used to sales, have you already set your winter sales budget?
Here are some tips to better optimize your budget balances.
If the answer to the question we just asked you is “no,” then it’s time to fix it.
Because very often we spend much more than we think during sales. Everything is cheaper so we think to spend less, except that with the accumulation of purchases it can become expensive.
You will see, it helps a lot and especially it can become a good habit because you will win twice: buy less expensive while keeping a balanced budget without having to start your savings or to make a credit for your purchases.
Do not forget, if you make a loan, there is a good chance that the savings you have had on the prices of items purchased during the balances will lose its effect as it will go into interest payable to the bank.
Make a list with what you want to buy or what you need (even better!).
Spontaneity is good, but planning is even better.
This does not mean that you should not indulge yourself with a part of your “budget balances” for “spontaneity” or the favorites.
It’s still better than leaving everything to spontaneity that may make you fall under the impulse purchases. No need to talk to you about the consequences on your budget balance or your monthly budget just …
Before you storm stores to steal balances, start by doing a small survey on the internet about the price of products on your list previously established.
Note the lowest price on your list to have an element of comparison with the sales that you will find in store.
This is of course a tip known by everyone but alas, our memory plays tricks and we realize much later that we did a bad deal.
Yet few of us do this process of noting or prospecting because we imagine that this is wasted time.
Think again and try for once. You will draw the conclusions at the end of the sales!