Buy low and stock high

Submitted by a LOZO expert
      4.1 Stars


Did you know...?
Add this page to a special LOZO bookmarks section for easy one-click access. Login to save these bookmarks to your LOZO account to access from anywhere, otherwise they will be saved on this computer only.
Login now
Save on this computer
When the price on a product is particularly low, considering buying more than you need right now. Look carefully at the expiration dates and buy only as much as you feel you can consume before the products expire. Buying extra items now means you avoid paying full price in the future. This is especially helpful with products that do not have an expiration date (e.g. soap, paper goods.) Stock extra items in the closet, in the garage or even under the bed.

A LOZO expert posted this tip.


User Comments

posted by will_v (Contributor | 1010 Points) on 03-02-2010 10:48 AM
Space saving
Our home and family is a little too small for buying everything in bulk, but small items that don't go bad are perfect for those small, inaccessible cupboards. We buy lots of extra toothpaste and soap when they are priced right!
reply | print | report
posted by munchkin (Contributor | 300 Points) on 03-08-2010 12:04 AM
good tip
my mom is a champion at bargain grocery store shopping - her cupboards are always filled with things she got 2-for-1 at the grocery store. but it's good - the family never runs out of things!
reply | print | report