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If you’re new to the world of extreme couponing, you may be wondering what all this talk of “stocking” is about. “Stockpiles” and “stock-up prices” make us sound like a bunch of doomsday preppers. Not the case.
Or maybe you’re just looking for the prices?
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Stock Up (verb)
The act of strategically overbuying sale items by anticipating your household’s needs for the next 3-6 months.
Your favorite cereal is one dollar a box after coupons at your local grocery store. Are you gonna buy more than one or two boxes? Of course you are! But, how many should you buy?
As recognized retail experts, you can trust us when we promise you that prices, promotions, and coupons all cycle regularly. Meaning, if cereal is only $1 per box this week, you can bet that within about 3 months, we’ll see a similar sale again. So there’s no need to dig out a basement to fill with 10,000 boxes, mkay? Buy enough to last you 3-6 months.
Related: 7 Easy Tips for Building a Better Stockpile
A collection of food and non-perishables strategically purchased for at least 50% off and stored carefully for future use.
How do we buy stuff like cereal and detergent for half off? Here at KCL, we pair hot, new coupons with popular retailers—like Target, Walmart and Costco—and report the hottest final prices to you, our readers. Most of the 60+ deals we share every day feature at least 30-50% savings on hot name brands. Get our top deals delivered to your inbox for free!
Stock-Up Price (noun)
A price point so low, we recommend you purchase a 3-6 month supply.
Many times, a price drops so low that we alert our readers that it’s time to stock up by using the icons shown above! If you’ve gone to all the work of printing the coupons and finding the deal, why not really take advantage of it by buying enough to last you 3-6 months? We think you would be crazy not to.
Price List (noun)
A free list to be used as a guide when making purchase decisions on grocery and beauty items.
If you’re a shopper who doesn’t really know what you generally pay for a box of cereal or a gallon of laundry detergent, this price list is for you!
This free download can be used as a guide to help you know the price points you should use to make stock-up decisions. Print it out, or use it as a home reference when planning your shopping trips with TheKrazyCouponLady.com. Download the Krazy Coupon Lady Stock-Up Price List today!
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