How to Save Money When Buying Food Storage
While many of us are interested in buying food storage for our families, money in order to purchase it is a different issue.
We’ve listed a few suggestions on how you can save money when buying food storage. We’d love to hear your recommendations on how to save money when buying food storage. Comment below and share your tips!
Few companies in the industry offer price matching gaurantees. This is a great way to get the best product at the lowest price. You’ll be able to save money while still getting what you want.
Many times the easy-to-make meals cost a little bit more than regular foods. However, don’t fret. You can create many of these meals and still store them for the future.
Many times, companies will combine individual cans of food into mixes in order to create a meal. So for example, a company will combine freeze-dried noodles, freeze-dried cottage cheese, freeze-dried sauce, etc in order to create a can of freeze-dried lasagna.
If you have a few of these components already, you might be able to save a few dollars by combining them and creating dishes.
Couponing doesn’t have to be like the TV shows. You don’t have to buy 200 cans of food storage in order to save $1. There are always some great deals and discounts! Many companies also have weekly or monthly sales that can provide major discounts.
Purchase in bulk
If you have the means, purchasing in bulk is a great way to save on food storage and make your preparation goals! Take our CLASSICprep 2000 12-month kit for an example. If you purchased all of the products listed inside of the kit individually, you’d pay about $2,200. However, when you purchase the kit together, it costs about $1,900 – a savings of about $300!
Split with a friend
Still saving up for a purchase? Maybe if you split the purchase with a friend, you’d be able to get more. Since you can save so much by purchasing in bulk, it’s a perfect fit.
Take the CLASSICprep 2000 12-month as an example again. If you split the cost you’d probably be only paying about $950 for about 70 cans. That’s a pretty awesome deal!
So, what do you do to save money on food storage? Share the wealth and let others know how they can save and prepare!