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Best And Worst Things To Buy In July

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We caught workers at Target today moving the summer seasonal items to make way for back to school displays.

And you know what that means. Great sales!

Spartanburg shopper Diane Royal was looking for deals in the patio goods section. She found steep discounts on everything from grills to outside furniture.

"You know a 20% off is a good thing but a 50% off would really push you over the edge and make you want to buy something," said Royal.

In electronics, industry experts say Laptops are poised to hit new lows this month. And you can find TV's for 40% off, even more if you're willing to buy 2012 models.

As for tablets, Android sales are big, but hold off on Desktops and Apple products until September.

Of course the real sweet spot for July deals are the summer clothing. You still have a while left to wear these t-shirts, sandals and bathing suites but you'll pay half price.

Elizabeth Fowler, who snagged 3 half-price bikinis warns don't procrastinate.

"Once they go on sale, they're gone. It goes really fast and it becomes slim pickings," said Fowler.

One thing Fowler won't be getting this month is bedding. You may see some sales, but you can bet, they won't be as good as September when kids go off to college. 

As if you need an excuse to eat more ice cream, July is national ice cream month. So look for coupons before you head to the parlor, and you may not feel so guilty about having a second scoop.

July is also the best time to catch a great deal on jewelry. With Mother's Day behind us and the holidays still far off retailers are trying to lure in shoppers with discounts.

That's also the thinking behind Christmas in July sales, so you might as well take advantage while they last.

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