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3 Things Not To Buy In January by Opinionated: 11:58am On Jan 18, 2019
While you might still be getting over the money hangover from the holiday and setting new goals to help you stay fit financially, you might also want to consider and re-evaluate items you should and should not purchase this January.

While it is best to purchase some items this January, you should stay away from buying the following items for the month of January.

Smartphones

If you have noticed, smartphone companies do not release their new models in January.
Therefore, January won't be a good month for discounts on previous models.

Take Samsung for instance, the company would be releasing the Samsung s10 in February 2019. Also, Apple would be releasing the anticipated iPhone XR in September 2019. This means two things, one, at the time of release, phone stores would most likely give discounts on old models since there would be more attention on the new model. Two, you certainly do not want to buy the old model when a smarter phone with better upgrade and design would be released a month or a few months away.

Computers

Just like smartphones, you might not get a good deal or discounts on laptops and desktops in January, but you might begin to get discounts from February up until March and afterward depending on the brand and if they have a new upgrade on old models or a totally new model and design. The way to go about this is to check the website of your preferred brand to find out if they would be releasing a new design soon. You should also remember that laptops and desktops are not items you want to purchase just for the sake of owning it because functionality and updated specifications are what you would be looking out for. Thus, you should hold on a bit if the next model would be released soon.

TVs

If you missed out on the Black Friday sales on TVs and other home entertainment appliances late last year, then you might have to hold on a bit until your preferred brand has a new upgrade on the specification of appliance you would like to purchase. If you are not sure of when this would be, check out their official website to be sure a better spec will not be released in a few months from now. But if you really need to get new sets of TVs, then why not. You just might get it at the usual price or a little higher.

While it’s best to hold on with the purchase of the items above, some items and services are best purchased in January. Items like home décor and services like gym subscription, would also be at a discounted price to encourage people to subscribe for a yearly plan.

Above all these, February the month of love is just around the corner, and you can be rest assured that there would be a lot of sales, discounts and promos on most purchased items.

Again, if you can’t wait to get the things you need to make life easier, then get the money ready and go for it.

Source: Things Not to Buy in January

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Re: 3 Things Not To Buy In January by ellalina(f): 3:13pm On Jan 18, 2019
Let get this straight

Buhari click like

Atiku click share

Lastly don’t buy votes this month or ever

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Re: 3 Things Not To Buy In January by Yankiss(m): 3:13pm On Jan 18, 2019
Too many rules and regulations. Those who won't buy do not really need. Those who need will find a way to buy discount or no. But thanks for the advice. You haff try. grin

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Re: 3 Things Not To Buy In January by SirLakes: 3:13pm On Jan 18, 2019
cheesy

You guys up there stole my ftc grin
Re: 3 Things Not To Buy In January by finebois(m): 3:13pm On Jan 18, 2019
4. Condom

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Re: 3 Things Not To Buy In January by shaddi(m): 3:13pm On Jan 18, 2019
I would after ATIKU is sworn in as the President of Nigeria!


Long live ATIKU ABUBAKAR
Long live PETER OBI
Long live PDP

Dedicating this tread to all ATIKULATED Nigerians!

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Re: 3 Things Not To Buy In January by Alphasoar(m): 3:13pm On Jan 18, 2019
Advice should not be a command. It is not your money. What if the laptop is needed to generate income.

Think.

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Re: 3 Things Not To Buy In January by Kellz193: 3:13pm On Jan 18, 2019
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Re: 3 Things Not To Buy In January by pinkyruledworld(m): 3:14pm On Jan 18, 2019
sheybi Its people that have money that will buy things in January, January is already filled with debt for most people as dem don spend december salary finish durin the festive season. January is 60days mehn

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Re: 3 Things Not To Buy In January by Triangles1(m): 3:14pm On Jan 18, 2019
Only the poor reason this way

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Re: 3 Things Not To Buy In January by kennosklint(m): 3:14pm On Jan 18, 2019
Not necessary op,everywhere dry
Re: 3 Things Not To Buy In January by Flattino(m): 3:14pm On Jan 18, 2019
Mtchww
Re: 3 Things Not To Buy In January by americaninja1: 3:14pm On Jan 18, 2019
na cos money neva dey now

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Re: 3 Things Not To Buy In January by Plutobaba1995(m): 3:14pm On Jan 18, 2019
FTC
Re: 3 Things Not To Buy In January by seunmohmoh(f): 3:14pm On Jan 18, 2019
op,you just listed everything i wanna buy this january,but one question op...When should i buy these stuffs?
Re: 3 Things Not To Buy In January by joshuaidibia(m): 3:14pm On Jan 18, 2019
Abortion pills. After yanshing in Christmas, carry the load for belle lol
Re: 3 Things Not To Buy In January by dustar: 3:15pm On Jan 18, 2019
Kuku say mk we no buy "electronics"..u no go sch sef lipsrsealed lipsrsealed

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Re: 3 Things Not To Buy In January by matrix199(m): 3:15pm On Jan 18, 2019
"Broom"

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Re: 3 Things Not To Buy In January by Waju001(m): 3:15pm On Jan 18, 2019
AS MONEY NO KUKU DY TOWN.

LEMME ACCEPT WAT YHU SAID FOR NOW

Re: 3 Things Not To Buy In January by celebgistz: 3:15pm On Jan 18, 2019
5. Pant ..if you know you know grin

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Re: 3 Things Not To Buy In January by joshuaidibia(m): 3:15pm On Jan 18, 2019
ellalina:
Let get this straight

Buhari click like

Atiku click share

Lastly don’t buy votes this month or ever
You mean sell votes

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Re: 3 Things Not To Buy In January by bamvik(m): 3:15pm On Jan 18, 2019
4. PVC

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Re: 3 Things Not To Buy In January by osuofia2(m): 3:15pm On Jan 18, 2019
Opinionated:
While you might still be getting over the money hangover from the holiday and setting new goals to help you stay fit financially, you might also want to consider and re-evaluate items you should and should not purchase this January.

While it is best to purchase some items this January, you should stay away from buying the following items for the month of January.

Smartphones

If you have noticed, smartphone companies do not release their new models in January.
Therefore, January won't be a good month for discounts on previous models.

Take Samsung for instance, the company would be releasing the Samsung s10 in February 2019. Also, Apple would be releasing the anticipated iPhone XR in September 2019. This means two things, one, at the time of release, phone stores would most likely give discounts on old models since there would be more attention on the new model. Two, you certainly do not want to buy the old model when a smarter phone with better upgrade and design would be released a month or a few months away.

Computers

Just like smartphones, you might not get a good deal or discounts on laptops and desktops in January, but you might begin to get discounts from February up until March and afterward depending on the brand and if they have a new upgrade on old models or a totally new model and design. The way to go about this is to check the website of your preferred brand to find out if they would be releasing a new design soon. You should also remember that laptops and desktops are not items you want to purchase just for the sake of owning it because functionality and updated specifications are what you would be looking out for. Thus, you should hold on a bit if the next model would be released soon.

TVs

If you missed out on the Black Friday sales on TVs and other home entertainment appliances late last year, then you might have to hold on a bit until your preferred brand has a new upgrade on the specification of appliance you would like to purchase. If you are not sure of when this would be, check out their official website to be sure a better spec will not be released in a few months from now. But if you really need to get new sets of TVs, then why not. You just might get it at the usual price or a little higher.

While it’s best to hold on with the purchase of the items above, some items and services are best purchased in January. Items like home décor and services like gym subscription, would also be at a discounted price to encourage people to subscribe for a yearly plan.

Above all these, February the month of love is just around the corner, and you can be rest assured that there would be a lot of sales, discounts and promos on most purchased items.

Again, if you can’t wait to get the things you need to make life easier, then get the money ready and go for it.

Source: Things Not to Buy in January

Misleading title, the right title should be never vote bubu come 16th February

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Re: 3 Things Not To Buy In January by Emily22(m): 3:15pm On Jan 18, 2019
ellalina:
Let get this straight

Buhari click like

Atiku click share

Lastly don’t buy votes this month or ever

Total rubbish

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Re: 3 Things Not To Buy In January by Lexusgs430: 3:16pm On Jan 18, 2019
finebois:
4. Condom



You prefer raw and direct?....
Re: 3 Things Not To Buy In January by Petersamuel8(m): 3:16pm On Jan 18, 2019
I just bought blackberry Q10
Re: 3 Things Not To Buy In January by sholarr12: 3:17pm On Jan 18, 2019
Opinionated:
While you might still be getting over the money hangover from the holiday and setting new goals to help you stay fit financially, you might also want to consider and re-evaluate items you should and should not purchase this January.

While it is best to purchase some items this January, you should stay away from buying the following items for the month of January.

Smartphones

If you have noticed, smartphone companies do not release their new models in January.
Therefore, January won't be a good month for discounts on previous models.

Take Samsung for instance, the company would be releasing the Samsung s10 in February 2019. Also, Apple would be releasing the anticipated iPhone XR in September 2019. This means two things, one, at the time of release, phone stores would most likely give discounts on old models since there would be more attention on the new model. Two, you certainly do not want to buy the old model when a smarter phone with better upgrade and design would be released a month or a few months away.

Computers

Just like smartphones, you might not get a good deal or discounts on laptops and desktops in January, but you might begin to get discounts from February up until March and afterward depending on the brand and if they have a new upgrade on old models or a totally new model and design. The way to go about this is to check the website of your preferred brand to find out if they would be releasing a new design soon. You should also remember that laptops and desktops are not items you want to purchase just for the sake of owning it because functionality and updated specifications are what you would be looking out for. Thus, you should hold on a bit if the next model would be released soon.

TVs

If you missed out on the Black Friday sales on TVs and other home entertainment appliances late last year, then you might have to hold on a bit until your preferred brand has a new upgrade on the specification of appliance you would like to purchase. If you are not sure of when this would be, check out their official website to be sure a better spec will not be released in a few months from now. But if you really need to get new sets of TVs, then why not. You just might get it at the usual price or a little higher.

While it’s best to hold on with the purchase of the items above, some items and services are best purchased in January. Items like home décor and services like gym subscription, would also be at a discounted price to encourage people to subscribe for a yearly plan.

Above all these, February the month of love is just around the corner, and you can be rest assured that there would be a lot of sales, discounts and promos on most purchased items.

Again, if you can’t wait to get the things you need to make life easier, then get the money ready and go for it.

Source: Things Not to Buy in January

Black Friday is scam.

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Re: 3 Things Not To Buy In January by ikorodureporta: 3:18pm On Jan 18, 2019
Eggs... because scarcity of chicken wld have caused inflation
Re: 3 Things Not To Buy In January by shaddi(m): 3:18pm On Jan 18, 2019
I would buy this items after ATIKU has been sworn in as the President of Nigeria!


Long live ATIKU ABUBAKAR
Long live PETER OBI
Long live PDP

Dedicating this tread to all ATIKULATED Nigerians!
Re: 3 Things Not To Buy In January by teresafaith(f): 3:19pm On Jan 18, 2019
This January is best time to buy anything you want and you will get a very good price for it, why? Cos everybody is in need of money and they don't mind to sell even if they get little profit from it.

So Mr OP you're wrong.

Anyway people of ikorodu and it's environs check my signature.

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