For me, if I can get anything half off or more, I’ll consider buying it. Like today, I went to Harris Teeter and fresh pizza dough was $1. It’s usually $2.29, so it’s 56% off. Pete loves pizza, and we always cook at home, so it was worth it for us.
But I didn’t stock up on it, and I won’t stock up on items that are half off. That’s not always my stock up price.
Boneless, skinless chicken breast is our main protein, and I know we can always stock up when it’s $1.97 a pound. If I could eat split breast or dark meat, we could get chicken for a lot less, but boneless, skinless is all I eat.
Toilet paper, I will stock up on it if I can get it for 25 cents a roll or less. Paper towels are 50 cents a roll or less. Speaking of that last one, now is the time to stock up on paper towels.
Walgreens has an in-ad coupon on the front page of the ad for Sunny Smile Paper Products [[small aside: That's such a cute brand name and such a cute graphic. It's just a nice sun with a happy face on it, the kind you draw when you're a little kid with a very simple curved line as the smile -- although when I got older, I tried to make my smiles more realistic and it looked like my poor sun was in need of Receding gums treatment]].
Anyway, the coupon in the ad makes single roll toilet paper or paper towels only 50 cents each. Now, that’s double what I will pay to stock up on toilet paper, but it’s the exact price I’ll pay to stock up on paper towels. I definitely have to go through my stock to see if we have any or if we are in need.
The limit on this is 10, unless you’re in New Mexico. Then it’s unlimited. That’s 10 total, not 10 of each. You will only need one coupon.