October is here and while we would come to expect smaller fall and Halloween sales, the coronavirus — among other factors — has caused this month to look different than years past. For one thing, after months of delay Amazon Prime Day 2020 officially begins tomorrow — and competitors like Target, Walmart and Wayfair have already started their counter sales. What does this mean? More products are offered at slashed prices, including home goods, electronics and more. And while we would normally expect big sales to ramp up come Black Friday and Cyber Monday, it seems that holiday shopping and related sales may kick off early this year.To better understand how shoppers should take advantage of all the sales and deals available in October, we consulted Michael Bonebright from DealNews.com. “Because the megaretailer is hosting Prime Day on October 13-14, other stores are already scrambling to host their own mid-month events,” Bonebright said. “Thus far, we know that Walmart, Target, and Overstock are all planning to host competing sales — and we expect that list to grow.”What to buy in October and what can waitDuring October, you’ll find fall produce, including apples, butternut squash and pumpkins, at discounted prices across


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