Really the difference the discount? Well, put it this way: you can get 100% discount on an item by simply not buying it. It’s postponed that decision, analyzes if really needed, if you have can last a year or 6 months more, don’t think that because it is cheap it is necessary to buy it, remember that the crisis, as I said and many analysts have said is going to last a long time. I hope that the next time you’re facing an offer you can see the small print which are actually offering, and you can understand, like me, sometimes the best deal is one that is not used. What is the strategy that you use to get away from these tempting offers? For example, my friend Liz establishes two periods of purchases a year, with previously established budgets. For my part I am inclined to establish my needs and then go through them in time of tenders. I live in Asia, I understand the offers to appear in July-August and December, so I plan my shopping for those dates, neither before, nor after.
If you live in United States, I believe that on Thanksgiving, and January, are good seasons for purchases. If you are still having problems with the offerings, you feel ((((tempted (a) for them, and you have to go to the Mall or shop for something specific but you fear into temptation, I advise that: 1) you do not take your credit cards, (2) get a list of what you need, (3) takes a basket instead of a shopping cart to limit your impulses, 3) think about the crisis and what you could do with the money that you ahorrarias this timelast 4) thinks that the best offer, the one that gives you 100% discount, is one that you don’t use. I appreciate your comments on how you manage these times offers, and thus be able to share with all readers. Original author and source of the article.