If you need to buy a new mattress, don't get caught napping -- mattress sales are as good as they're going to get. There are other deals to be had as well.
Marketers would like you to think you're getting awesome deals over the Labor Day weekend, but better deals are to be had if you can hold out until after Thanksgiving.
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