True Couponing Stock Up Price List
Your Guide To Know What To Pay
In order to maximize your savings as you coupon, you need to know the Stock Up Price for all kinds of products. The Stock Up Price is the lowest price any product will be during a typical 12 week sales cycle (or 3 months). So, when an item reaches it’s Stock Up Price that is when you need to purchase enough to last your family 3 months or until the item reaches it’s Stock Up Price again. Here’s my Stock Up Price list.
How do you know the Stock Up Price of an item?
It is extremely hard to remember the Stock Up Price for items. There are just SO many items we purchase on a regular basis so I created a FREE Downloadable Stock-Up Price List that you can print to use as you plan your shopping trips!
But I’ve taken this Stock Up Guide one step further. On each one of the Store Shopping Lists, you will find these Stock Up Prices notated with a
(Shopping Cart icon) or a (True Deal Button) to make it easy to see what the best deals are each week!
So, what should you pay?
Shampoo or Conditioner? You shouldn’t pay more than 50¢ each bottle.
Spaghetti Sauce? Only around 75¢ a Jar.
Almond Milk? Less than $2 per Carton.
Laundry Detergent? Not more than $2 per 50 oz bottle. Unless it’s Tide, then paying 10¢ or less per ounce is a good price!
Toothpaste? Free to no more than 50¢ a tube!
How do I read this guide? Each item listed in the Stock-Up Price List has two prices listed next to it.
When you can purchase an item at it’s “3 month price” you should purchase the amount your family will use within 3 months. We mark these items in all our weekly ad lists on TrueCouponing.com with a little shopping cart icon. When you see a shopping cart next to an item, you know you need to buy enough to last your family for 3 months.
When you can purchase an item at it’s “6 month price” you should purchase as much as your family will use within 6 months. We mark these items in all our weekly ad lists on TrueCouponing.com with a True Deal icon. When you see a True Deal icon next to an item, you know you need to really stock up because this is even lower than the usual Stock Up Price!
**Watch Expiration Dates**
When stocking up on items, keep in mind the expiration date and whether the item is perishable. Don’t buy products you will not use or that will be wasted. We do not promote clearing store shelves.
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