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In the last 20 years, Easter has missed April six times: 1997, 2002, 2005, 2008, 2013 and 2016. In each of those years but 2016, March managed to eclipse February or April spending totals (or both). However, there have been plenty of lackluster April Easters (1994, 2000, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2012, 2015) where they same could be said. April spending didn't edge past summer, fall or holiday months in any of those years. However, slow months for retailers mean there are deals kicking around somewhere. You just have to know where to find them. While you may want a while before buying mattresses, tools, and appliances (Memorial Day sales), laptpops (back-to-school sales start in June), gardening equipment (May) and running shoes (May, but you really should have looked at March as well), there are great deals out there right now. With help from the folks at Dealnews and Offers.com we found some of the few items actually worth purchasing this month. The usefulness of some of these items far eclipses others: Spring clothing This is the sweet spot for seasonal apparel: two months after it hits the racks way too early. While parts of the country were busy shoveling, spring clothes were making their way onto shelves in February. That makes April a great time to hit retailers like JCPenney, which is offering sandals for $15 (discounted by $25), polo shirts for $3 (discounted by $9) at Sierra Trading Post, and big markdowns on linen and shorts.

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While กระเป๋าเป้แฟชั่นราคาส่ง you may want a while before buying mattresses, tools, and appliances (Memorial Day sales), laptpops (back-to-school sales start in June), gardening equipment (May) and running shoes (May, but you really should have looked at March as well), there are great deals out there right now. With help from the folks at Dealnews and Offers.com we found some of the few items actually worth purchasing this month. The usefulness of some of these items far eclipses others: Spring clothing This is the sweet spot for seasonal apparel: two months after it hits the racks way too early. While parts of the country were busy shoveling, spring clothes were making their way onto shelves in February. That makes April a great time to hit retailers like JCPenney, which is offering sandals for $15 (discounted by $25), polo shirts for $3 (discounted by $9) at Sierra Trading Post, and big markdowns on linen and shorts. DealNews of 30% on spring items are good, but 50% is great if you can find it. Tax Day swag It's always the same: you pay taxes so restaurant, and retailers try to "pay you back" by making you wait on line or otherwise demean yourself for "free" items on a weekday. The Great American Cookie Co. is giving up $1.66 per cookie to give customers free cookies, Kona Ice is giving away shaved ice that typically goes for $4 (yes, frozen water costs more than a cookie) and the Hard Rock Cafe -- feeling you aren't embarrassed enough by sitting around walls filled with memorabilia from the lesser-known members of your dad's favorite band -- is making customers sing for a "free" Local Legendary Burger at the Hard Rock Cafe.

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