Shopping itch? Here's what you should buy in July

Posted at 8:42 AM, Jul 03, 2017

From summer clothes to outdoor gear, now may be the time to hit the mall.

According to, many stores consider summer to be half over by the Fourth of July.

Many retailers are trying to make room for incoming fall merchandise, so they'll be slashing prices on summer clothes. Don't be surprised to find stores offering 50 percent off deals.

Outdoor gear and apparel will likely also be on sale, especially camping and fishing equipment.

You'll also be able find deep discounts on paint for the house. Stores know people don't like to paint during hot summer days, so they'll be marking prices down in hopes of selling more products. recommends waiting to buy laptops and grills.

Stores tend to start offering better deals on those products in August, so you should try waiting one more month before bringing one home.