It is that time of the year again. I would like to wish you happy holidays. You have been an integral part of MovingSnow and TodaysMower and I owe our success to you. 2014 has been a great year and it has been a great journey. We crossed the 7 million user mark this year. Tell all your friends and we can double that number in 2015. Once again, I wish you Happy Holidays. If there is anything I can help you with, let me know.
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About Paul Sikkema
Paul Sikkema has been writing about snow blowers, riding mowers, and other lawn and garden equipment for over 10 years. Paul does most of his writing out in his workshop where he feeds the wildlife and birds in the yard.
He spends as much time with his granddaughter as he can.
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What is the best time to buy a lawn mower in the “off season” ???
@Jim, If you are buying at a dealer the late fall is a good time if you are just looking for a bargain. A dealer may not have the room to keep inventory all winter.
For retailers it’s after they have announced their new spring line-up. If they are changing a model or two they will clearance off the older model. With Sears in particular any price that ends in .88 is on clearance.
The biggest problem with off season sales is lawn equipment does not use model years like autos so there are no year end closeouts. A specific model may continue from year to year for many years.
Again in the case of sears you can get your best deals by watching
. If you put in your zip code you can see deals in your area.
Happy holidays to you and your family
I appreciate all your advice.