Friday, October 28, 2011
My Personal Stock-up Prices
One of the things I have learned in my couponing adventure is what I am willing to pay for items in my stockpile. Everyone's stock-up price points are going to differ slightly just because I may be willing to pay more or won't pay as much as someone else. If you are brand loyal, for example, your prices may be a little higher. It is all about learning what you are willing to pay and then looking for a good deal!
Here is a list of my personal stock-up prices to get you started:
Free (things I don't typically pay for):
Men's body wash
Cheap Deodorant (suave, dove etc.)
Expensive deodorant (Mitchum, Old Spice, etc.)
Feminine Hygiene products
Liquid Dish Soap
Brownie and Cake mixes
$.50 - $1.00
My husband's deodorant (he is brand specific--he only uses Arm&Hammer)
Razors (disposable and re-usable)
Cereal (I will pay up to $1.50 for my favorite healthier cereal)
Condiments (ketchup, mustard, mayo etc.)
Tortillas (lately I have been paying $1.50 for these though)
Flour $.99/5 lb.
Sugar $1.50/4 lb.
Bread $1.25/loaf (I buy the more expensive bread)
Boneless/Skinless Chicken breasts $1.99/lb.
Ground Beef $2.49
Ground Turkey $1.49/lb.
Toilet Paper $.17/single roll
Paper towels $.50/roll
Dishwasher tablets $.12 each
Laundry detergent $.10/load (If you are a loyal Tide user double this!)
Baby Wipes $.02/wipe