Holidays Are for Earning

Holiday promos are essential

“Despite the latest boost in confidence, holiday spending will be driven by the bargains consumers have come to expect.” Lynn Franco, Director of Economic Indicators and Surveys

Forget about the “season of giving.” The holidays are now the “season of earning.” Holidays are a great opportunity to make sales, as potential customers will be in gift-buying mode.

To help you take advantage of these important dates, we’ve compiled all the notable holidays and sales opportunities below:

January

  • January 1st: New Year’s Day
  • January 15th: Martin Luther King Day

February

  • February 2nd: Groundhog Day
  • February 3rd: Super Bowl
  • February 5th: Chinese New Year
  • February 14th: Valentine’s Day
  • February 18th: Chinese New Year

March

  • March 17th: St. Patrick’s Day
  • March 20th: First day of spring

April

  • April 1st: April Fool’s Day
  • April 21st: Easter
  • April 22nd: Earth Day

May

  • May 5th: Cinco de Mayo
  • May 12th: Mother’s Day
  • May 27th: Memorial Day

June

  • June 16th: Father’s Day
  • June 21st: First day of summer

July

  • July 4th: Independence Day

August

  • Late August: Back to school

September

  • September 2nd: Labor Day
  • September 23rd: First day of fall

October

  • October 31st: Halloween

November

  • November 11th: Veteran’s Day
  • November 28th: Thanksgiving
  • November 29th: Black Friday

December

  • December 2nd: Cyber Monday
  • December 21st: Super Saturday
  • December 25th: Christmas
  • December 26th: Boxing Day
  • December 31st: New Year’s Eve

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