Purchasing multiple coupon inserts can help you stock up on groceries and household items that don’t go bad right away. Instead of buying one item at a great price, you can purchase 5-10 items, saving you a lot more money in the long run. This is stockpiling at it’s best. The idea is to buy when the price is low and pass when the price is high because you have enough already on hand.
Why stockpile? The best example of why we should stockpile became apparent to me a month ago when I ran out of mayonnaise. I normally keep several on hand, purchasing when a great coupon and sale are available together, paying $1.99 or less. I was completely out of mayonnaise and one of my children insisted we go get a jar “right now”. I was going out to CVS anyway and decided I’d get a jar – except for the fact that the current price was $5.99!! Talk about sticker shock and total regret for not checking my stockpile sooner!
Did you know the Sunday Coupon Inserts are available to pre-order as early as Tuesday each week? Early insert previews are available from Capri’s Coupons, which allows you to look ahead to see what’s coming up on Sunday morning. Capri’s Coupons ships whole inserts when you need them – every week or as needed! I receive her coupons that I’ve pre-ordered by Monday (1 day after the paper comes out)! This helps me to get the deals early in multiple quantities and the service pays for itself!
Use this list of coupon sources to meet all your needs: