Make the most of the EOFY with these sales on babies and kidswear, toys and accessories.
The End of the Financial Year (EOFY) is upon us and for you that can only mean two things: 1) Tax time and 2) EOFYS time! If you don't know what EOFYS is, it stands for End of Financial Year Sales and means small and big ticket items get a massive slash because business WANT to get rid of their stock. Do we hear the sound of a bargain in the air? Why yes, we do.
If you've got babies or kids, this is the perfect time to stock up on essentials for your little one, including clothing, toys and accessories for the rest of the year. Why not even start buying all those non-essentials for their birthday and/or Christmas? Just a thought...
Where to shop this EOFY
The end of the financial year is the perfect excuse to spend on your favourite products and splash out on those big ticket items you've been holding out for until payday. These stores are joining in on the action with mega EOFY sales - click on them to shop the sale with them now.
Best EOFY deals and sales for babies and kids
EOFY shopping tips
As with all shopping sales, there's hot competition between stores to provide the lowest price and between shoppers to nab that item for a steal. So here are some quick tips on how to make the most of EOFYS.
- Ask yourself: Is it really a bargain? It might be a time for stores to get rid of their stock, but it's also a time for stores to make the most of the buying frenzy. Before you commit to an item, do a quick browse around our deals and coupons to see if you can't get it for less somewhere else or by using a coupon.
- Ask yourself: will you need it in the future? Kids grow. And fast. So while they might fit into a size 0 onesie now, in a couple of months they're going to be up a size. And that's not going to stop for a while. So why not stock up while the wears are cheap? It's not like EOFYS happens every day.
- Get in early: Again, this is a time when heaps of shoppers just like yourself will be trying to grab a bargain. So start shopping asap, or at least window shopping for what you need before the big prices become smaller ones. Happy shopping!