Summer’s The Best Time Of Year To Buy Computers, Furniture & Video Games

Best Time Of Year

Plan before you buy things, and you can save a lot of money each year. And summer’s coming up, which means buying computers, video games, and furniture is a lot cheaper.

Summer’s the hot season for buying new furniture, computers, and games.

Here’s the scoop:

Summer’s The Best Time Of Year To Buy Computers

According to Decide.com (a startup that’s now owned by eBay), summer is the best time of year to buy a new laptop.

Because laptop manufacturers typically release their new models for the start of the school year, summer–when they’re trying to clear out previous models–offers the best deals. If laptop manufacturers want to get rid of their computers, they’re going to offer them at a discount price. This means cheaper prices for you.

If you need a new laptop or desktop, check out Amazon’s top-selling computers.

Summer’s The Best Time Of Year To Buy Video Games

If you’re a gamer, odds are good that you’ve heard about Steam’s Summer Sale. The online gaming platform’s annual sale offers steep discounts on popular games at, well, super-cheap prices.

According to PCWorld’s Hayden Dingman, the 2017 Steam Summer Sale will most likely take place from June 22 until July 5.

Each year, the Steam Summer Sale includes steep discounts on games, trading cards, badges, and more.

Summer’s The Best Time Of Year To Buy Furniture

January and July are the two best months to buy furniture, because many companies launch their new furniture lines in February and August.

By visiting furniture stores or the websites of furniture websites during those months, you can save hundreds of dollars purchasing a new sofa, table, or more.

And if you’re looking for more furniture discounts, Amazon furniture offers some unbelievable deals.

Summer’s The Best Time Of Year To Buy Computers, Furniture & Video Games: Other Resources

The Best Time To Buy A Laptop Is Now (Forbes / Kelly Clay)

The Best Time To Buy Anything During The Year (Lifehacker / Whitson Gordon)

This Year’s Steam Summer Sales Dates Have Already Leaked (PCWorld / Hayden Dingman)