It’s March and that means spring is around the corner…
How did you do with our February Challenge?
Did you find some bargains?
Did you find it hard to buy only things on sale?
I have to say, it was a challenge for some things that I needed to buy. One or two were business related so I needed them and didn’t think they were the sort of thing to go on sale, so I bought them.
A new month, means a new opportunity to save.
In March, look for frozen items because it’s Frozen Food Month.
This is a great time to stock up on frozen pantry staples, like fruits and vegetables. And if you’re in the market for a chest freezer to store all the bargains, or homemade goodies, freezers are usually on sale.
I’d also check out the very last of the winter items. If they’re still around, I’m guessing you can get some deep discounts now. If you know you’ll need a new coat or a scarf and some mittens when winter rolls around, go shopping this month.
In the product section, think about early vegetables like asparagus and peas. I did find strawberries too, and I also saw good deals on pineapple. You can also find leeks and broccoli as well.
And let’s not forget fish and seafood. It’s Lent which means grocery stores have specials on all types of fish products so it’s the perfect time to stock up.
Any ideas you’d like to share for the month of March? Leave a comment and share them with other readers and subscribers.
Have a money saving March.