Every month we share with you the items you can find the best deals on for that month. This month we are also telling you what you should wait to buy.
We found these 6 things you shuoldn't buy in September from TIME magazine.
1. 2013 cars. The vast majority of the 2013 models are on car lots by now, and they'll never be more expensive than they are now. This is the time to seriously consider buying a 2012 model, which dealers badly want to get off their lots.
2. Backpacks. Backpacks often go on sale when you would least expect them to in August, when the vast majority of parents are buying school supplies. It's one of those purchases that fly in the face of logic. By September, the selection of backpacks is typically poor, and the sales are a distant memory
3. TV's. Depending on whom you ask, January, February, March, April, November and December are good months to buy a TV. You'll never hear anyone say September. Retailers try to sell them for as much as they can until November on Black Friday - which is the best day of the year to buy one.
4. Fall fashion. Retailers aren't going to lower prices when demand is high. And demand is highest in September. Prices on fall fashions dip by November, when clothes shoppers are thinking more about overcoats, wool sweaters and gloves.
5. Cell phones. Buy one when you see good sales in May, June and December. Sales are rare in September. One exception though -- some stores will put phones on sale during the last few days of any month in which sales have been bad.
6. Diamonds. Diamonds tend to be the least expensive in July and August, when sales are slow and jewelers are very eager to do business with you. In September, the selection of diamonds is poor and the summer sales are over.
You can find more great tips in this TIME Magazine article.