◆ To avoid “impulsive buying” at bargains ……
The bargain season has come. The 50% off red tag attached to the trendy product motivated the purchaser, and the products in front of them seemed to be what they wanted. Let's buy it at this opportunity. Thus, again this year we will be making closet manure.
Purchasing behavior called "impulsive buying" that has no plan and loses the immediate needs. In this case, you buy unnecessary things and save money.
Instead, use bargains strategically.
Aim for items that could be used next year with this bargain
You can save a lot of money if you buy bargains that are less likely to be affected by fashion and will definitely be needed next year. Instead of half the price, if you look for it, you can find something you can buy for 10% or 20%.
For example, summer bargains are basic items that are unrelated to the trend, such as sandals, hats, parasols and sunglasses, and need to be replaced. Conversely, swimwear and dresses are trendy, but it's hard to say, but those who don't care will be able to get next year's fashion at very cheap prices.
In winter, it's a good idea to buy something like a scarf or gloves that will be over this year, but will be usable next year. I bought 3,000 yen gloves at a bargain price of 300 yen in the spring of several years ago and use it in winter.
Sentence = Tokio Kodo [money guide]