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February is one of the best times of year to get a new TV in the US: online deals company

February could be a good time to think about that new 4K TV in the US. (Source: 4K.com)
February could be a good time to think about that new 4K TV in the US. (Source: 4K.com)
RetailMeNot, a company that collates online deals for consumers, has released a report indicating that this month is a good time to buy a new TV, along with some other appliances - second only to the Black Friday weekend, in fact. This mainly applies to the US, as it cites factors such as President's Day sales and Super Bowl promotional events.

RetailMeNot is a company that claims to be able to find better offers and deals on various products online. It has released a report that suggests February is the second-best time to buy new electronics in the US. These may include high-end TVs, as well as appliances such as refrigerators, dishwashers, washers, and dryers. The Black Friday weekend is apparently the only better time of year to find good deals on these items.

The company's conclusion is based on typical events that take place around this time of year, such as President's Day and the Super Bowl. These fixtures, which are sources of national celebraion and engagement under normal circumstances, may be marked with promotions and discounts by chains such as Best Buy. This may result in good prices on larger appliances, as well as on smaller kitchen electronics, as RetailMeNot has found.

These findings may be all well and good under normal circumstances. However, the company may now have factored more 2019-specific factors, such as the recent severe weather in various regions and the effects of the recent government shutdown, into account.

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Deirdre O Donnell, 2019-02- 2 (Update: 2019-02- 2)