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    Ok, what holidays should I prepare for next year? Christmas is a given but what other holidays? From my time in retail I know there are also certain seasonal sales too. White sales, linen stuff is coming up right? Do the seasonal sale do well on-line?

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    >Do the seasonal sale do well on-line?
    YES, very well

    Residual income programs also do well

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    Hi Buddha

    These aren't all holidays but offer some seasonal ideas.

    Valentines - Rings and Heart Jewelry
    Wedding Season - May / June - Engagement and wedding Bands
    Christmas - Any Jewelry
    Spring and Summer - Good For Body Jewelry (belly rings)

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    Hey Buddha,

    From my experience, January/February/March and Autumn is huge for weight loss products. Also, as more and more people find out more about alternative health, sales are good all year round for health and wellness products.

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    The only problem with weightloss products is - there's so much spam going around about it, it's pretty much ruined the market for legitimate stuff.

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    Did a little searching and this is what I came up with:

    The Big List of Seasonal Sales

    JANUARY
    After Christmas Sales Of Christmas Merchandise
    Appliances
    Blankets
    Clothing
    Computers
    Costume Jewelry
    Dishes
    Fur
    Furniture
    Handbags
    Pillowcases
    Quilts Sheets
    Shoes
    Sports Equipment
    Tablecloths
    Toiletries
    Toys
    White Sale
    Winter Clothes


    FEBRUARY
    Bedding
    C.D. Players
    Candy
    China
    Chocolates
    Curtains
    Floor Coverings
    Furniture
    Glassware
    Housewares
    Mattresses
    Radios
    Rugs
    Silverware
    Stereo Equipment
    Used Cars


    MARCH
    Frozen Food
    Garden Supplies
    Infants' Wear
    Laundry Appliances
    Luggage
    Shoes
    Skates
    Ski Equipment
    Spring Clothing
    Storm Windows
    Winter Sports Equipment


    APRIL
    After Easter Sales
    Boys' Suits
    Children's Coats
    Eggs
    Housecoats
    Jewish Foods
    Men's Suits
    Paint
    Wallpaper
    Women's Coats
    Women's Hats.


    MAY
    Auto Maintenance
    Blankets
    Clean-Up/Fix-Up Supplies
    Condiments
    Hamburger Meat
    Handbags
    Home Maintenance
    Hotdogs
    Sodas
    Sportswear
    Tires
    Tv Sets
    White Sales
    Women's Undergarments


    JUNE
    Building Materials
    Dairy Products
    Dresses
    Fabrics
    Lumber
    Pianos
    Refrigerators
    Summer Apparel and Accessories
    Tv Sets
    Women's Ready-To-Wear


    JULY
    Air Conditioners
    Bathing Suits
    Carpet
    Condiments
    Craft Supplies
    Fuel Oil
    Hamburger Meat
    Home Appliances
    Hotdogs
    Lingerie
    Radios
    Rugs
    Shoes
    Sodas
    Sportswear
    Stereo Equipment
    Summer Clothes
    Summer Sports Equipment
    Used Cars


    AUGUST
    Air Conditioners
    Barbecue Sets And Tools
    Bathing Suits
    Camping Equipment
    Coats
    Fans
    Fresh Fish
    Furniture
    Housewares
    Lamps
    Lawn Mowers
    New Cars
    Paints
    Patio Equipment
    School Clothes
    School Supplies
    Sprinklers
    Tires
    Vegetables
    White Sales
    Yard Tools


    SEPTEMBER
    Back-To-School Supplies
    Bicycles
    Canned Goods
    Car Batteries
    Car Mufflers
    Carpet
    Children's Clothing
    Dishes
    Gardening Equipment
    Glassware
    Hardware
    Housewares
    Lamps
    Paints
    Rugs
    Tools


    OCTOBER
    Candy
    Cars
    Crystal
    Fishing Equipment
    Glassware
    Hosiery
    Housecoats
    Houses
    School Clothes
    School Supplies
    Silver
    Silverware


    NOVEMBER
    Boots
    Coats
    Heating Devices
    Kitchen Appliances
    Men'S And Boys' Suits
    Pre-Christmas Items
    Quilts
    Shoes
    Sweet Potatoes
    Turkey
    Water Heaters
    Winter Apparel And Accessories


    DECEMBER
    Christmas Is Bargain Day All Over
    Coats
    Gift Items
    Party Items
    Quilts
    Shoes
    Toys
    Used Cars

    References:
    http://www.mainstreetmom.com/budg_shop_seasonal.htm
    http://www.thefrugalshopper.com/articles/seasonal.shtml

    Maybe that will help us focus? (At the moment Buddha is freezing to death which does not help him focus! Who turn the heat off in Florida!)

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    nice list buddha...thanks


    Sweet Potatoes?

    tough sell ;-)

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by LarryJ:
    nice list buddha...thanks


    Sweet Potatoes?

    tough sell ;-)<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>LOL! Yeah have you seen the prices? Big commissions in that niche!

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    Fitness is BIG in JANUARY
    Better than in DECEMBER

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Buddha:
    Did a little searching and this is what I came up with:

    The Big List of Seasonal Sales
    <HR></BLOCKQUOTE> Cool , I used to have a list like that and couldn't find it when I saw the post (and didn't find it searching either). Thanks for sharing your superior searching skills with us

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    Found a great site for ALL the holidays EVERYWHERE!

    http://www.earthcalendar.net/_php/countrysearch.php

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR> Oneandone let you register .me.uks for £2 per year.... (You have to host with them but their hosting is recommended...) <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
    Doh! Oh well, it won't be up for months and months as it's not a priority. It's a bit of a cheeky domain name though, so I'm going to have to spin it somehow.

    Maybe I'll do it from a convicts point of view eh? My ancestors on both sides were shipped out here under guard

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by SamyT:
    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR> Oneandone let you register .me.uks for £2 per year.... (You have to host with them but their hosting is recommended...) <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
    Doh! Oh well, it won't be up for months and months as it's not a priority. It's a bit of a cheeky domain name though, so I'm going to have to spin it somehow.

    Maybe I'll do it from a convicts point of view eh? My ancestors on both sides were shipped out here under guard

    I never got my T-Shirt <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>Give me one of whatever Samyt is drinking!

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    Don't forget flowers for Valentine's Day and Mother's Day. Christmas is (by far) the big one, but these can do quite well, too.

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