Whilst some people work themselves into an end of financial year frenzy preparing for tax time, we prefer to look on the bright side…
Sales, sales, sales!
Aside from Boxing Day, midyear is traditionally seen as a bargain hunter’s bonanza and it is certainly an excellent time to be shopping.
What’s so special about End of Financial Year?
Late May/ early June is traditionally when retailers start clearing stock in order to get as many sales over the line before the financial year ends. It is also an opportunity for them to clean the floor, so to speak, and literally make way for new products to be showcased (and customer interest to be renewed).
They do this by offering existing stock at incredibly impressive prices, or putting together sensational deals.
What does this mean for customers?
Normally this means customers are exposed to some of the best deals and prices they’re going to see this side of Christmas. Indeed (as crazy as it might sound) now is a good time to consider what you need under this year’s Christmas tree. Trust us when we say there is method to the madness; you could save plenty of pennies simply by shopping now rather than closer to December.
How do you get the best deals during End of Financial Year?
You don’t have to look hard or far! Retailers on House of Home have been preparing some sensational deals; your home will never have looked better for less!
End of Financial Year sale products from Chiropedic Bedding, The Assembly Hall, Abbott's Office Furniture and Just Modern Furniture
How do I buy products on sale during End of Financial Year?
In terms of how you buy, it’s business as usual. The ways you can purchase from House of Home will depend on the retailer, but your choices are usually:
- Find the End of Financial Year sale item that you’re after
- Add it to your cart
- Buy online if the retailer has e-commerce on the site OR
- Click and collect OR
- Email or call the retailer and arrange a payment that works for you both
But most importantly – don’t miss out. Deals like this only happen once a year – quite literally!