9 Items To Always Buy In Bulk At The Grocery Store

Save big by buying these items in bulk.

There always seems to be the same few items on your grocery list every week. Instead of spending more money each week on your regular products, learn to buy these things in bulk. Not only will it keep your home running smoothly, but it will also cost you less in the long-run.

1. Toilet Paper

No one ever wants to be out of toilet paper. Keep your home stocked up by placing extra toilet paper under sinks and throughout the bathroom.

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2. Paper Towels

Life is full of little messes. Always be prepared for cleanup duty by keeping a stack of paper towels handy. You never know when a spill is going to happen.

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3. Dry Rice

Dry rice can last for months if stored properly. Buy it in bulk in order to always have the perfect addition to any meal or crafting project.

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4. Vinegar

As any Pinterest-lover could tell you, there are many uses for distilled white vinegar. Buy this handy solution in bulk for all of your cooking, cleaning and laundering DIYs.

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5. Bleach

Here’s another cleaning agent that is always handy to have around the house. Fight tough stains and spills with this miracle worker. Buy bottles in bulk from your local discount store in order to save on money and save on cleaning bills.


6. Flour

As one of the most popular cooking ingredients, flour is always in demand in busy households. Keep your kitchen stocked with flour by buying in bulk. Simply transfer the flour to a plastic storage container in order to keep it fresh for as long as possible.

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7. Laundry Detergent

If you’re a busy parent, you know just how integral laundry detergent can be. Skip the smaller bottles of laundry soap in favor of the larger portions. Honestly, on busy days, you’ll be glad to have the extra liquid around.

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8. Pet Food

While it may seem like a larger expense at the time, always go for the larger bag of pet food. It lasts longer, it’s going to be used, and it’s only a few dollars more than the smaller choices. Why repurchase the smaller bags more frequently if you don’t have too?

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9. Trash Bags

It may seem like you don’t need to buy these in bulk, however, you probably should. When it comes to extra storage, craft projects, or cleanup, we always turn to trash bags. Keep a few extra on hand for life’s messier days.

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