Couponing Price List
If you are learning How To Coupon and Food Stockpiling it is essential to learn to stockpile. Below you will find a my rock bottom prices for stockpiling some of the most common items. Many items you find on sale frequently and you can hold out to pay just pennies for it or may even score it for FREE. Make sure you grab enough to last about 2-3 months. Other items rarely go on sale and you may pay a bit more for it. If it is something your family can not live without, grab what you will need for at least the next month when it is on sale and has a coupon.
Below is just an idea of some of the essential items and what you should pay for it when you are shopping with coupons.
Couponing Price List
Bandages $0.50 per 30-count box or less
Bar Soap $0.30 per 2-pack or less
Cough Drops $0.25 per bag or less
Deodorant $0.50 per regular-sized stick or less
Floss $0.25 per package or less
Liquid Soap $0.30 per hand soap pump or less
Lotion I rarely pay for lotion as I usually get trial-sized bottles for free by signing up for free samples or by using coupons.
Pain Reliever $1 per bottle or less for name brands
Razors $1 per package or less
Shampoo/Conditioner $1 per bottle for name brand, $0.50 per bottle for off brands
Shaving Cream $0.50 per bottle or less
Sunblock – $2 or less
Toothbrushes $0.20 per toothbrush or less
Baby Items Couponing Price List
Baby Food I don’t buy baby food unless I can get it for free. Otherwise, I make my own or just use a baby food grinder at the table.
Diaper Rash Ointment free
Diapers $5 per package or less would be a typical stock-up price. Anything less than $0.10 per diaper is usually considered a good deal.
Wipes $1 per 64 wipes or less
Refrigerated Items Couponing Price List
Butter $1.69 per pound or less (Whenever I find a great deal on butter, I usually buy a few pounds and freeze them.)
Cheese $1.69 per 8 oz. or less
Cream Cheese $0.50 per package or less (Whenever I find a great deal on cream cheese, I buy four to six blocks and freeze them.)
Eggs I pay $2 per dozen for farm-fresh, free-range eggs. If I were buying non-free-range eggs, I would shoot for $1.29 per dozen or less. (Sometimes Aldi will have them as low as $0.69 per dozen, but I’ve not had great success at freezing eggs, so I dont buy more than 4-6 weeks worth at a time.)
Milk The cheapest I can usually get milk is $2.50 per gallon. Milk can be frozen, but weve found we prefer to only use milk which has been frozen in cooking. If I find organic milk marked down to $1.99 per half-gallon or less, I buy it and freeze it to use in pancakes and waffles.
Sour Cream $0.99 per 16-oz. carton or less
Yogurt $0.25 per serving or less
Produce – Check local veggie stands Couponing Price List
Bananas $0.19 to $0.44 per pound (Once a week, a local store has bananas for $0.19 per pound, so
Fruit in Season $0.99 per pound or less
Grapes $0.99 per pound or less
Lemons $0.25 each or less
Salad I buy organic greens when I can get them for $1.99 per 16-ounce tub or less. Otherwise, I try to get heads of lettuce for $1.59 per head or less.
Salad Dressing $0.99 per 16 ounces or less
Strawberries $1.85 per carton or less
Tomatoes$0.99 per pound or less
Watermelon $2.99 per watermelon
Carrots $0.99 per bag of baby carrots, $0.99 per one-pound bag of whole carrots
Frozen Couponing Price List
Frozen Dinners We basically do not buy these except for the on rare occasions they are free or almost-free.
Frozen Pizza Again, we have only purchased this a few times when it was free.
Frozen Vegetables $1 per bag or less
Ice Cream$2 or less
Beef, Ground We buy 93% lean beef and I usually try to buy it when it is on sale for $3.69 per pound or less.
Chicken, Boneless Skinless Breast$5.99 per 3-lb. bag
Roast $3 per pound or less
Steak $2 per pound or less
Bread $1.49 per loaf or less (for the nicer, higher-quality brands)
Brownie Mix $0.39 to free
Cake Mix free
Canned Tuna You can often get the pouches for almost-free, so thats usually what I buy when buying tuna.
Cereal $1 per box or less
Chocolate Chips $1.69 per package (Aldi regular price) or less.
Cookies We rarely ever purchase packaged cookies, but I would buy them if they were free.
Crackers $1 per box or less.
Flour $0.69 per pound for organic wheat kernels (we grind most of our own flour) or around $0.50 per pound for unbleached flour.
Hamburger/Hot Dog Buns $1 per package (I get Natures Own Hamburger/Hot Dog buns at Dollar Tree for $1 or Rudiâs Organic Buns for $0.99 when they are reduced at the health food store.)
HoneyAldi has the best price the I’v found in our area (around $3 for 16 oz. last time I checked) unless you have a Sam’s Club membership or buy from the Bulk Foods Store. I love the raw honey from Tropical Traditions and do splurge on it when I can get it Buy One, Get One Free plus free shipping.
Jelly/Jam $1 per jar or less.
Ketchup $0.50 per bottle or less
Mayonnaise $1 per jar
Oats $1.69 per canister (Aldi price) or less
Pasta $0.50 per box or less
Peanut Butter $1 per jar or less
Soup, Canned I pretty much only buy this if I can get it for $0.15 or less per can.
Spaghetti Sauce $1 per jar or less
Sugar $1.34 per pound for turbinado (raw sugar). Weâ€™ve not purchase white sugar for a long time, but Aldi usually has the cheapest price on it.
Syrup We make our own or buy organic maple syrup when itâ€™s on a great sale from Amazon.
Tomato Paste $0.15 or less per can
Tomato Sauce $0.15 or less per can
Tortillas $0.99 per package
Vanilla The best price I’e found is at Sam’s Club. Last I checked, they sell one pint for $6.88.
Cleaning Supplies/Paper Products
Aluminum Foil $0.50 or less for a 20-foot box (Walgreens sells it at this price fairly often).
Dishwasher Detergent $0.50 or less per box of tabs
Dishwashing Soap free
Laundry Detergent $0.99 per 32-load bottle
Toilet Paper $0.25 per roll or less
Kitchen Trash Bags$2.98 for 32 bags (Aldi price)
Zipper Bags $1 per box or less
Did I forget some of your favorite items? Leave a comment and iIwill add it to the list!