What is a Good Buy Price for Household Goods?

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Ove the last few weeks I have been telling you what my buy price is for groceries. The best way to save money at the grocery store is to be knowledgable in what a good price is. If you know what a good price is, you will know when to stock-up. This week, I am sharing what my buy prices are for household items.

“Buy Price” for Household Items: Prices will vary by region. The prices listed below are after coupons.

  • Sandwich Bags, $0.90-$1
  • Freezer Bags, $1
  • Foil, $1
  • Toilet Paper (12 ct.), $3.50-$4.50
  • Paper Towels (6-8 ct.), $3.50 (I hardly buy these since I have gone to cloth napkins!)
  • Glass Cleaner, FREE- $.50
  • Disinfecting Wipes, $1
  • Toilet Bowl Cleaner, FREE-$0.50
  • Dish Soap, FREE-$0.25
  • Dishwashing Detergent, FREE-$1
  • Laundry Detergent, $1.99-$2.99
  • Hand Soap, FREE
  • Air Freshener, FREE

Here are the other lists we have already discussed. I will compile a master list for everyone!

Good Buy Prices for Meat
Good Buy Price for Dairy and Beverage items
Good Buy Price for Pantry Items
Good Buy Price for Produce

Do you have any items to add to the list? Please share your buy prices for items you buy regularly!

Now it’s your turn!

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This post is linked at My Coupon Teacher.

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