Happy Labor Day! If you’re in need of a new household appliance but you missed Labor Day Weekend sales, don’t fret! Sales on new household appliances fluctuate throughout the year, so if you can hold off until the next holiday, you can still find good deals. At Bell’s Appliance Service, we offer many appliance installation and repair services that you can trust. With stores in Greenville and Jacksonville, North Carolina, we also service areas such as Kinston, New Bern, Swansboro, Atlantic Beach, Surf City, Topsail Beach, Tarboro, Pine Knoll Shores, Onslow County, and Pitt County in North Carolina. We offer excellent household appliance installation, so if you need your refrigerator repaired or a new oven installed, we’re here to help! We’re a locally owned, family-operated business, and we specialize in appliance repair, installation, and maintenance services.

Here are some helpful tips about holiday sales and when to buy household appliances from NerdWallet:

Major home appliances are often expensive, but they can be more affordable at certain times of the year — especially around holidays. Before you buy a dishwasher, refrigerator, range, washer or dryer, check if one of these sale seasons is coming up. If you can wait to make the purchase, you could save money.

Memorial Day

Why: Retailers concentrate appliance sales around Memorial Day. The holiday also coincides with May is Maytag Month, an annual rebate promotion from appliance brand Maytag.

What to expect: Appliance deals generally take the form of percentage discounts or rebates. In the past, Lowe’s marked down select appliances by 30%, while J.C. Penney discounted major appliances by up to 40%. Maytag gave shoppers up to a $600 prepaid debit card by mail with the purchase of select kitchen appliances.

Fourth of July

Why: Electronics stores, home improvement stores and department stores tend to host sales at the beginning of July, and these deals often extend beyond the holiday. Some Fourth of July refrigerator prices have beaten Black Friday prices, according to a pricing analysis by Consumer Reports.

What to expect: In past years, a handful of major retailers offered incentives for purchasing multiple appliances at once. Best Buy gave a $300 gift card to shoppers who bought three qualifying appliances totaling $3,000 or more, or $400 in gift cards to those who bought four or more appliances totaling $4,000 or more. Home Depot offered $50 off two appliances, $100 off three appliances, $200 off four appliances, $300 off five appliances or $450 off six or more appliances.

Labor Day

Why: Labor Day weekend marks the unofficial end of summer. Stores host closeout sales on summer clothing and patio furniture, but larger items, such as mattresses and appliances, are often included in the seasonal promotions as well.

What to expect: Retailers have been known to discount select appliance models, plus throw in free delivery to sweeten the deal. We’ve seen both Best Buy and Sears take up to 35% off major appliances and offer free shipping on orders of $399 and up.

Veterans Day

Why: Veterans Day is the last major shopping event before Black Friday. As with the previous holidays, stores capitalize on it with limited time discounts. Some also offer savings exclusively for current and former members of the military.

What to expect: Savings will be impressive, but likely not as deep as they’ll be a few weeks later. In 2016, for instance, NerdWallet found a Kenmore Elite 29.8-cubic-foot french door bottom-freezer fridge at Sears for $2,199.99 (regularly $3,899.99) on Veterans Day, but it cost $1,999.99 on Thanksgiving.

Black Friday

Why: Retailers reduce prices on just about everything in November, and home appliances are no exception.

What to expect: Appliance deals are typically teased in Black Friday advertisements that leak throughout November. Use this advance notice to scope out potential savings, but read the fine print — many doorbusters (limited time deals on the front of Black Friday ads) are sold in small quantities, and you might only be able to buy so many of the same item.

If you’d rather skip the crowds, Rogers says you can also expect good deals after Christmas, as long as stores have leftover inventory.

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