Some nice bulk buys for this week. As always, buy as much as you can use before it expires. Or, in the case of toilet paper, as much as you can store.
Broccoli (florets/crown only):
Checkers / 0.78 per lb (fresh) / 2/26/14
(Chop it up and freeze what you can't use right away!)
Chicken (boneless, skinless breasts)
Aldi/ 5lb fresh/ 1.59 per lb / 2/26/14
(Freeze what you can't use right away)
Checkers/ 1.50 per 11.5 oz tub/ 2.08 per lb / 2/26/14
Checkers/ 10lbs for 2.68/ 0.27 per lb / 2/26/14
HyVee/ 5lbs for 1.18/ 0.24 per lb/ 2/26/14
HyVee / 1.48 per 4lb bag/ 0.37 per lb/ 2/26/14
Checkers/ Charmin Basic 20pk for 5.88/ 0.30 per roll / 2/26/14
How do I come up with bulk buys? I compare the current price with the prices I've recorded in my Price Book. When a price dips below (or sometimes when it meets) the lowest price I've got recorded, I know to stock up. This way I "lock-in" that price for however long my supply lasts me. That means I'm paying $0.78 per pound for broccoli all year long, even when the price jumps in a few months from now to $1.09 per pound. See what I'm saying?
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