Some shoppers simply can't pass up a good sale, and they'll frequently talk about how much money they saved on their recent purchase. But are these buyers actually saving money, or spending more of it?
A recent article on Moneysense says those addicted to sales are actually costing themselves money. Many buyers feel compelled to purchase something when it's on sale, even if they don't particularly need the item. Some actively seek out sales even if they have no prior intent to purchase anything at the store.
While ads claiming 50 percent off may be alluring, buyers should resist this temptation, according to the news source. This isn't to say that they should be paying full price. When it comes to things the buyer needs, and has thought about in advance, waiting for a sale is the best way to score an item at a low price. But this is different from buying something every time there's a sale.
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