Labor Day 2015 is on Monday, September 7. The first Labor Day sales have already started. The timing of Labor Day is ideal for car dealers to clear their inventory ahead of the fall launches of new models. Cars models that will get replaced by a newer one especially are on the sales block with deep discounts.
Consumers planning on a set of new wheels will find Labor Day car deals from basically all brands. Ford is offering 0% APR for 72 month financing plus a $1,000 bonus cash on every 2015 Ford car.
Chevrolet offers a similar deal on most of their 2015 models. Customers get for 0% APR for 72 month financing. Qualifying vehicles include the 2015 Silverado and 2015 Camaro.
This 0% financing for 72 months is a big theme that several brands are offering this Labor Day. Chrysler offers $1,000 in Bonus Cash along with 0% financing for 72 months on select Town & Country, 300/300C and 200 models in stock.
Toyota dealers offer a clearance sale on the 2015 Prius hybrid cars. Depending on the model, total cashback goes up to $4,500.
When buying a car there is almost always a way to negotiate additional discounts that go beyond the official brand promotions. It is also advisable to talk to more than one dealer and compare offers.
As reported, the Best Buy Labor Day sale will begin on Friday, but the retailer has already published the Labor Day Sales page with the first deals. Best Buy’s Labor Day deals include 25% off select HDTVs, up to $100 off Samsung tablets, free wireless charger with Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ and Note 5 and select laptops start at $149.
Amazon offers special Labor Day clothing sale. Wtih promo code LABORDAY20, customers get an additional 20% off on already reduced clothing, shoes and more.
The Walmart Labor Day 2015 sale has also already started and offers deals across many product categories. Among the current bestsellers is a $49.99 7-inch RCA 8GB tablet bundled with a keyboard and case. The iPad mini is $50 off and sells for $199.
It is always advisable to compare deals when shopping sales. An advertised Labor Day deal does not guarantee that it is the best offer. A price comparison on Amazon should be part of every shopper’s purchase procedure.
Originally posted in i4u News