The Best and Worst Things to Buy in Bulk


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The Best and Worst Things to Buy in Bulk

Credit to: onegoodthingbyjillee.com

“Here’s a statistic that might be a bit shocking… according to the USDA, the average family of four spends anywhere from $636.00 to $1,268.00 on food a month! That’s a lot of MONEY! No wonder so many of us are looking for more ways to cut back! After looking at many articles on the subject, and keeping in mind that everyone’s “list” is going to be slightly different…I have come up with the top things *I* think should (or shouldn’t) be purchased in bulk, if possible, to save money.”

Don’t be misled into thinking that just because you’re buying an item in bulk means you’re getting the best price for it! Now don’t get me wrong, you can score some major savings by buying particular items in bulk, but some others just aren’t worth it. Read on to find out what you should and shouldn’t be buying are your local warehouse store.

The Best and Worst Things to Buy in Bulk