By popular demand, here’s the 200+ item Krazy Coupon Lady stock up price list, organized by our binder categories!
A stock up list is a great way to know that you’re getting the best deals available and when it’s a hot time to buy. We suggest printing it out & keeping it with you in your binder for quick reference. We have included the 3 month and 6 month stock up prices.

Stock Up Price List

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342 thoughts on “Extensive KCL Stock Up Price List!”

  1. Teresa says:

    When it says “.20/roll” of toilet paper…does that mean a “single” or “double” roll?!

  2. Anonymous says:

    Has this list been updated since 2011? Or can we expect overall stockup prices to be a tad higher due to inflation?

  3. Amanda Kerr says:

    Confused by this list. What is a 3 month price and a 6 month price? Very new to couponing

  4. Anonymous says:

    A 3 month and a 6 month price list are referring to the price is so low, stock up on a 3 or 6 month supply..We were able to pay for our Wedding with all the money we’ve ended up saving! Now we are planning a trip to California. :)

  5. Anonymous says:

    Confused by this list. What is a 3 month price and a 6 month price? Very new to couponing

  6. Ashley N Aren Rose-Blanton says:

    When I match a deal with a coupon, that’s how I personally get the stock up prices

  7. Anonymous says:

    I keep trying, and it seems no letter what I do, I can’t get any prices this low. How are you getting it so low?

    • Sara says:

      Some stores in certain states allowing doubling of coupons. Ours doesn’t so my prices are never this low.

  8. Sarah Dixon says:

    would you say to still use this price bracket im just trying to get better at stores in are area
    thanks

  9. JENN says:

    Awesome!! Thank you so much!! This is a major help for me! I’m so bad about “holding out for a better deal”. This really frees me up to know when I am getting the absolute best deal!

  10. Nora Sullivan says:

    This so helpful. Thanks!

  11. thank you so so so much for this but now i feel like a goober for buying 4 detergents when i did bc it wasnt .99 cents! haha im just starting and learning..knowledge is power ty KKL!

  12. Brittany Groshong says:

    I think this is a great list…..I can view it, but when I try to print it, it keeps asking for an ‘output file name’, I’ve typed in a file name and nothing…I’ve tried to cancel and nothing…..what am I doing wrong?!?! I really want to print this list!!! Thanks!!!

  13. jessie bird says:

    I don’t understand the stock up list. For instance on the apples does it mean .79 is what they will cost in 3 months and .50 is the price in 6 months?

    • Anonymous says:

      This is a list of Great (“3 month stock up”) prices and AWESOME (“6 month stock up”) prices. When you’re starting out, you may see toothpaste on sale for $1 and say “Wow! I’m going to buy 10 of those!”. But if you have the stock up list, it will let you know that you should buy a 3 month supply (how much your family would use in 3 months) at $0.25 or under, and it’s free quite often (about every month or two at the national drugstores).
      A 3 month stock up price comes around about every 3 months and a 6 month price is usually twice a year– so if you see a product for sale that fits under the 6 month price or lower, you’ll definitely want to buy!

  14. Sasha says:

    What area are your stock up prices based on? I live in Hawaii and things here are a lot more expensive than on the mainland.. For example a gallon of 2% milk here would be $4.79 on sale.
    Thanks..

    • Anonymous says:

      Grocery prices are based out of the West Coast, and does not include double or triple coupon pricing. Personal care and non-food items are based on the national drugstore chains– CVS, Rite Aid, Walgreens (for Hawaii, the CVS drugstores operate under the name of Longs).
      Prices will be higher in Alaska and Hawaii, unfortunately. For Hawaii, I’d definitely recommend signing up for grocery store loyalty cards at stores like Safeway, Foodland, and Times Market where they offer special discounts (like Safeway’s Just 4 U program).
      Also, farmer’s markets and road side stands can have great prices on seafood and produce.
      Make sure to always check the clearance sections– because food & goods have a longer way to travel when shipping to Hawaii, there are often small damages/ dents on products and they are sold at discounted prices.
      In the meantime, say Aloha to all those beautiful beaches from us here on the mainland! :)

  15. Can you explain the stock-up price list; when do the prices reach these levels?

  16. Can you explain the stock-up price list; when do the prices reach these levels?

  17. Can you explain the stockup price list; do they reach those prices every 3 and 6 months?

  18. Can you explain the stockup price list; do they reach those prices every 3 and 6 months?

  19. Can you explain the stockup price list; do they reach those prices every 3 and 6 months?

    • Anonymous says:

      This is a list of Great (“3 month stock up”) prices and AWESOME (“6 month stock up”) prices. When you’re starting out, you may see toothpaste on sale for $1 and say “Wow! I’m going to buy 10 of those!”. But if you have the stock up list, it will let you know that you should buy a 3 month supply (how much your family would use in 3 months) at $0.25 or under, and it’s free quite often (about every month or two at the national drugstores).
      A 3 month stock up price comes around about every 3 months and a 6 month price is usually twice a year– so if you see a product for sale that fits under the 6 month price or lower, you’ll definitely want to buy!

    • Anonymous says:

      This is a list of Great (“3 month stock up”) prices and AWESOME (“6 month stock up”) prices. When you’re starting out, you may see toothpaste on sale for $1 and say “Wow! I’m going to buy 10 of those!”. But if you have the stock up list, it will let you know that you should buy a 3 month supply (how much your family would use in 3 months) at $0.25 or under, and it’s free quite often (about every month or two at the national drugstores).
      A 3 month stock up price comes around about every 3 months and a 6 month price is usually twice a year– so if you see a product for sale that fits under the 6 month price or lower, you’ll definitely want to buy!

  20. Can you explain the stockup price list; do they reach those prices every 3 and 6 months?

  21. Brytniecarolan says:

    thank you, this is very helpful. for those frustrated by not saving enough money, once you get your stockpile or 3months of food storage it is way easier to save because you don’t have to buy as much and can wait for the next sale to replace the items that you have used. anyone have any tips on where to find coupons for organic products? my son is allergic to wheat, corn, sugar, yeast, dairy, and citrus fruits. thanks!

  22. Roxjeep says:

    Is anyone having the same problem with trying to print this list? It wants to print it in portrait not in landscape. I’ve tried everything to get it fixed… Is it just me?

    • Roxjeep says:

      Ooops, almost forgot! Thank you so much for this list!!! I’ve been very curious to know if I’m buying at the right price or not.

  23. Monica says:

    YAY!!!!! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! I have wanted/needed this list for a long time! Thank you!!!!!! :)

  24. Monica says:

    YAY!!!!! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! I have wanted/needed this list for a long time! Thank you!!!!!! :)

  25. Pm95 says:

    so if the price varied from .49 to .89….89 would be a 3 month stock up and .49 would be a 6 month stock up? is that right?

  26. Pm95 says:

    so if the price varied from .49 to .89….89 would be a 3 month stock up and .49 would be a 6 month stock up? is that right?

  27. Sarah says:

    Does anybody have any stock up prices for pet items? I.E. dog/cat food (dry and wet), treats, litter?

  28. Room2bloom says:

    This is awesome!! I am so glad i found this post. I have been wondering if I have been getting good, great or super deals. turns out some were good but some were supper so I now have an idea what to wait for.
    Thank you so much for making this list.

  29. Missy says:

    Is the price for the women’s and men’s razors per razor (disposable?) or per pack of say 10-12 disposable razors?

  30. Ctoth77 says:

    Wow! I just got a bunch of Tide detergent for $2.99 and Finish dishwasher tabs for $1.99 and thought I was doing great! How in the world would you get them for .75 and .99 cents??? (Let alone .50!!)

    • Janaulloa says:

      I feel the same when i buy something for a 1.50 like yesterday I bought a Gillette deodorant for a 1.50 and I thought that was good because they usually sell for more than 5 bucks so i wonder how to get the items for so cheap? Where did you get the tide for 2.99 and how many loads because that is still really good.

    • Anonymous says:

      It depends on what brand you get. If you’re very brand loyal to Tide, you may end up spending more. Usually to get a bottle of detergent for under $1, brands would be like Purex or Xtra. For example, Purex was on sale 2 months ago at the various national drugstores for $1.99 and there was a $1.00/1 coupon, thus making it $0.99/ bottle.
      Cheap dishwasher tabs are a bit harder to come by, and usually only a few times a year (hence the “6 month” heading– meaning that price comes by about 2 times a year). Here are a few past examples:
      In May, they were $1.65/ box at Rite Aid and $1.25 at CVS in April.
      In February, Target had a $1.50 store coupon out and there was $0.75 manufacturer coupon that was stacked with the sale price of $2.50/ box. The final cost was $0.25/ box.
      Before that, there was a $2.25 Finish tabs coupon. Several stores had them on sale for $2.50- $3.00, so that was also a great stock up opportunity.
      It’s about time for another stellar sale to come around, so keep a head’s up!

  31. Parisdelbridge says:

    is there a way i can save this doc so i can open it it as a pdf file .

  32. Is there a version that can be downloaded in Excel for sorting and editing? Thanks for this list!

  33. Kim Clinton says:

    Just wondering, is this list more relevent for areas that can double/triple??? I live in the world of DND :(

    Great list though, I will be using it for a template to make one of my own, keep up the great work girl

  34. Kim Clinton says:

    Just wondering, is this list more relevent for areas that can double/triple??? I live in the world of DND :(

    Great list though, I will be using it for a template to make one of my own, keep up the great work girl

  35. Kim Clinton says:

    Just wondering, is this list more relevent for areas that can double/triple??? I live in the world of DND :(

    Great list though, I will be using it for a template to make one of my own, keep up the great work girl

  36. Alana says:

    I was wondering if you have found that your stock up prices have gone up lately with our current economic situation.

  37. Dawna says:

    I’m printing this list off. Thanks!

  38. Thank you, Thank you, and Thanks again….. This will be very helpful….

  39. Thank you, Thank you, and Thanks again….. This will be very helpful….

  40. Littlebubba says:

    Thank you, Thank you and Thank you…..

  41. Littlebubba says:

    Thank you, Thank you and Thank you…..

  42. Any chance of getting this in excel format so we can edit it for our own prices? :)

  43. Any chance of getting this in excel format so we can edit it for our own prices? :)

  44. Denise says:

    My toilet paper stock up price here in California where coupon doubling is extinct is $0.35 per double roll (give or take a nickel). Big Lots carries the Capri double roll toilet paper 4 pack for $1.50 so that = 37.5 cents per roll without coupons and is quite soft! Sometimes CVS has a good deal.

  45. Arcticbiker says:

    I’m confused by the dipper pricing. The number of diaper you get per pack/box depends on the size. Size 1 is easy to get for 0.10 or under but size 4 or 5 I’ve never gotten for 0.10.

    What’s the 3 month and six month price for jumbo packs. The best I’ve gotten is 3.99 but I don’t think I’ll see that again. I consider $4.5 a great price and $5.5 a good price. Is that what everyone else has seen. I’m in S Ca is prices are high here.

  46. brjohnston1 says:

    Thank you so much for putting this together! So helpful!

  47. brjohnston1 says:

    Thank you so much for putting this together! So helpful!

  48. Bjd_8898 says:

    Going through this list, looking at all the prices. There is no way I could ever get these prices where I live, even with couponing like crazy.

  49. Bjd_8898 says:

    Going through this list, looking at all the prices. There is no way I could ever get these prices where I live, even with couponing like crazy.

  50. Anon says:

    This is great! Can you update the post and also include the list as a spreadsheet file as well? Would love to be able to add and change a couple of things for my family.

  51. anitzy says:

    Thank you so much, I’ve been looking for a good reference point for a while now!

  52. anitzy says:

    Thank you so much, I’ve been looking for a good reference point for a while now!

  53. Laura says:

    Thanks SOOO much!!!!

    My plan to do with this list: I’m just going to use it every time I shop for a while and will make notes and adjust things for my area. I’m in the DFW, TXx and we still get double/triple at Kroger, Alberstons, and Tom Thumb (Safeway) for now, however the gas programs changed and I’m sure we’ll lose doub/trip soon.

    For NEWBIES: my recommendation is to read the “new to couponing” type-sections of blogger’s sites to educate yourselves. It’s a really good way to get an understanding so you feel more confident. That’s why the bloggers spend so much time creating entire sections of their sites devoted to newbies! Couponing isn’t for everyone, it’s a pain a lot of the time, but for me it’s worth it.

  54. Laurie says:

    Great list, thanks! Any advice on storing dry perishable foods? (crackers, chips, cereals) We live in a very humid climate.