We know we're still several weeks away from the big Labor Day Sales, but we want to get a head start on some ideas.

We'll keep our eyes open to make sure we find some great deals for you for the big Labor Day sales, and help you save some money!

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    The best thing about Labor Day and Dillards is they are working on clearing away summer items for fall items. So the cute sandals and dresses that you've been eyeing all summer long are on clearance, and you can still enjoy them until Thanksgiving because the weather won't cool down until then!

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    Home Depot

    If you're looking to do some work over Labor Day, which, ironically, you shouldn't do because Labor Day is all about taking a break from your labors, head out to Home Depot. You can stock up on paint, tile, tools, and everything else you'll need to spruce up your home heading into the all important holiday season. The only bad thing - you're still going to have to do the work!

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    Which is why you should head over to Target for Labor Day! Grab the last yard torches, candles, and tiny paper lantern strings of lights, light 'em up, and let the soft light trick everyone into thinking you've done a lot of work to your house!

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    Best Buy

    After Labor Day, the holidays come at us fast and furious, and because they knuckleheads at the NFL decided they had left fans on pins and needles long enough and signed a 10 year deal, so does the football season! The pre-season kicks off in August, but the first regular season weekend begins on Thursday, September 8th, which gives you juuuust enough time to snag a big screen tv, save some money on it, and get it installed in time for the first game between New Orleans at Green Bay!

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    I love Kohl's for their clothes, but I really dig their housewares! I hold off all summer for Labor Day weekend, and then check out their summery tablewares like cool poolside plastic plates and serving trays, kitchy garden statues, and even staples like pillows and towels. I save a bunch of money and if I buy too much, have been known to use the overflow for birthday and Christmas presents!