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Labor Day sales 2022 — date and deals to expect

The first Labor Day sales of the year will be here soon. Although August just started, anxious retailers will offer the first Labor Day sales of 2022 before the end of the month. 

High prices, fears of a recession, and ongoing stock shortages are likely to cause retailers to offer bigger-than-average discounts on everything from 4K TVs to major kitchen appliances. That’s great news for shoppers looking to cut down on spending as it gives you more options to buy things you need at the prices you want. 

Generally speaking, Labor Day is a great time to score discounts on 4K TVs, appliances, furniture, and laptops. You’ll also find excellent deals on mattresses and home furniture. 

Labor Day is the last big sale before the holiday season begins. It also marks the unofficial end of summer. Here’s what we expect to see from Labor Day sales this year. 

Labor Day vs. back to school

Labor Day and back to school season are two separate events. However, there is some crossover between the two. That said, the best back to school sales can be found now and through the month of August. As August comes to a close, retailers will quickly focus their attention on Labor Day. Our advice: if you’re shopping for back to school, buy now so you can avoid any shipping delays and/or product shortages. If you’re making a big purchase — such as buying a new mattress or major kitchen appliance — you’ll find better prices over the Labor Day holiday weekend (if you can afford to wait that long). 

When is Labor Day 2022?

Labor Day 2022 will fall on Monday, September 5. The national holiday is held on the first Monday of September to honor the American labor movement. Every year, retailers like Best Buy, Target, and Amazon offer a wide variety of Labor Day sales that discount items sitewide. 

What are the best Labor Day sales?

Labor Day sales are a great time to shop for deals on TVs, laptops, mattresses, and home appliances. One thing to keep in mind, however, is that the holiday shopping season — namely Black Friday and Cyber Monday — are just a few months out. If you need something asap, Labor Day sales are a great time to shop. If you can afford to wait awhile, our dollar will go further in November and December. 

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