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After 16 years of diligently tracking and posting the best deals on the internet, the retail experts here at Brad's Deals noticed a pattern. Every year, on the first post-holiday workday, prices on everything from fitness items to jewelry plummet, and online sales skyrocket. We're calling it the Holiday Hangover sale, and this year, it's happening on Tuesday, January 2.
Now that the holiday season is wrapped up, you may think you’re all shopped out. But don’t put your wallet down just yet. January is full of discounts with eager retailers ready to get last year’s items off their shelves. So if you didn’t shop until you completely dropped, read on to find out where to find the most bang for your buck this month.