My syndicated Super-Couponing Tips column for the week is entitled “‘How to start stockpiling.“
Here’s an excerpt:
“Stockpiling is commonly used by coupon shoppers to refer to buying more than their households need. This is done to build a moderate supply of often-used items that can be kept on hand for future use. Many major supermarkets and drugstores operate on fluctuating pricing cycles. Typically, these pricing cycles last around 12 weeks.“
Read this entire column at the Napa Valley Register.
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