What To Get At The Carter's Year End Sale, Because The Deals Are *So* Good

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Just because the holidays are over doesn't mean that the fun of snagging the perfect purchase has to be over, too. In fact, that's probably my favorite part of any holiday: Taking advantage of the "must go" discounts on all the seasonal items. Just as Halloween and Valentine's Day bring troves of delicious candies at your favorite stores, retailers pull out all the stops as the year comes to a close. So if you have a little one, then you'll definitely want to check out some of the best deals at Carter's 2017 year-end sale.

Whether you're buying ahead in the next size up for your growing child, stocking up on essentials you desperately need now, or getting a jump on birthday and holiday presents for next year, the end of year sale at Carter's has got you covered — and then some. With plenty of items under five dollars and discounts as high as 75 percent off, you're sure to find at least one thing to make these deals worth your while. So whatever it is that you've had your eye on, now is the time to make a move before these deals — like the rest of 2017 — are gone.

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Onesies

Printed Henley Bodysuit (was: $12, now: $4, Carter's)

Clearance onesies are starting as low as $4. That's practically free!

New Bodysuits

Carter's

Valentine's Day Collectible Bodysuit (was: $12, now: $9, Carter's)

Carter's is offering up to 25 percent off of their newest items. Your little one will be channeling Cupid in one of these adorable baby Valentine's Day bodysuits. Yea, you should definitely grab one now because you know you're going to want it come February.

Sets

Carter's

2-Piece Bodysuit Pant Set (was: $20, now: $13, Carter's)

All sizes of bodysuit and pant sets or jumpsuits are on sale with Carter's doorbusters deals that offer savings of up to 75 percent. The mix and match opportunities are endless since the basic pants can easily swap with a variety of patterned bodysuits.

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T-Shirts, Tanks, & Long-Sleeve Tops

Carter's

Legend In The Making Raglan Tee (was: $16, now: $4, Carter's)

With extra discounts taken off of already low prices means that Carter's year end clearance event is going out with a bang. T-shirts, tanks, and long-sleeve tops for under five bucks is hard to beat.

Shorts, Leggings, & Pants

Carter's

Pull-on Fleece Joggers (was: $18, now: $6, Carter's)

It's not just the tops that are deeply discounted, but kids bottoms are up to 75 percent off during Carter's end of year sale. With this additional deal, practically all leggings, shorts, and pants are under 15 bucks, and many of even under five.

Socks & Underwear

Carter's

2-Pack Boxer Briefs (was: $12, now: $3, Carter's)

If you have a potty-training kiddo in the house, then you know that your tyke can easily go through multiple pairs of underwear in just one day. That's why this sale on kids socks and underwear is a lifesaver.

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Jackets & Outerwear

Carter's

Sherpa Hooded Jacket (was: $30, now: $15, Carter's)

Unlike icicle lights and festive decorations, the cold weather is here to stay for a while longer. So you might want to snag these deals on children's jackets and outerwear before the end of the year.

Shoes

Carter's

Carter's Athletic Mary Jane Sneakers (was: $34, now: $17, Carter's)

It seems like when my son just barely starts to outgrow a pair of sneakers, the very next day all of his shoes are suddenly too small. That's why I tend to buy multiples (in larger sizes) of items I know fit well. So stock up on these kids shoes deals — one in each size.

Pajamas

Carter's

1-Piece Construction Snug Fit Cotton Footless PJs (was: $20, now: $10, Carter's)

It's never a bad idea to stock up on kids sale pajamas. Again, you can buy for next season, larger sizes, or just to have extra on hand, but you know that you'll need these year round so there's no point in paying full price.

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Dresses

Plaid Dress (was: $40, now: $20, Carter's)

Your little one is bound to have one occasion in the coming year where you might want her to be a little dressed up. Right now tons of dresses are 50 percent off, including this classic plaid number.

Swimwear

Carter's

Carter's Floral Swimsuit (was: $28, now: $10, Carter's)

Even if it's a little chilly right now, you can plan ahead for the warmer months — or that winter vacation — by taking advantage of the deep discounts on last season's styles of kid's swimwear deals. Plus it's never a bad idea to have a couple suits, just in case there are any accidents.

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