#1 Go to the stores that you normally buy from first
A sale is a great way to grab some goods at a lower price, so why not spend it on a place that actually has your style? This way, you keep in line with your style and make your wallet happy all at the same time.
#2 Shop like it’s not on sale
Shopping like it’s not on sale will really help us think about our purchases. This will help you weed out which ones you are buying because now you can pay the price tag from the ones that you are buying because you really love it (and now it’s price is lowered).
#3 Check for the actual value and not the advertised value
Remember those signs? 5 pieces for 1000 and 250 per piece? Tempting isn’t it? If you buy 5 pieces that will just make each piece at 200, so might as well buy it by the bulk! However, if you just buy 1 piece you really just pay the person 250 and that is definitely way smaller than a 1000, don’t you think?