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What to look for at Labor Day sales 2022

Labor-day-Flag and Flowers g640462718_640As summer comes to a close, cheer yourself up with shopping at the Labor Day sales. With the holiday as the unofficial end of summer season, you’re likely to be able to find huge sales on a variety of items.

Labor Day sales are already underway at many retail outlets and online. The sales may last longer than the end of Labor Day, but don’t be caught flatfooted. The best bargains may be gone if you delay too long.

Be sure to compare prices. Some sellers, especially those online, may mark the price way up then mark it way down.

Here are some suggestions on what to look for at Labor Day sales from


Score up to 60 percent off clothing for the whole family,


Summer items, such as grills, should see huge discounts as retailers try to clear them off the shelves. Check out offerings from Lowe’s and Home Depot.


Look for discounts of up to 40 percent or even more. See what Home Depot, Best Buy, and Samsung are offering.

Patio furniture

Like other seasonal items, patio furniture is one of those products that’s better to buy when you don’t need it. You may find deals up to 80 percent off.

Travel deals

Although people are keen to travel after staying home for the pandemic, airlines, hotels, and cruise lines may not be offering deals because demand is high. Again, compare prices.

Do take a look at luggage prices, which may have deals around 20 percent off.

Have fun shopping. I'm looking for a new computer, and it was fun to go to the store and check them out after staying home so much.


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Rebecca Forstadt Olkowski

It was too hot during Labor Day weekend to walk out the door and go shopping as we are having a heat wave here in LA, but great tips as always.


Hi Rebecca,

I'm so sorry you're having a heat wave. It sounds awful. My daughter, who lives near Sacramento, said they were predicted to have a week of weather more than 110 degrees. The poor sheep. I can't imagine.

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