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Sometimes called the “unofficial end of summer”, Labor Day is always the first Monday of September. This year, Labor Day falls on September 2nd. A recognized federal holiday, Labor Day is observed by post offices, banks, schools, and government buildings. Some businesses also close for the day or close early.
Since Labor Day is a long weekend, it has become an enterprise to provide deep discounts for their products at a good time. This is the last important holiday before Black Friday, and you can usually find equally good (if not better) deals effortlessly.