Saturday, June 18, 2011


     This is a series of posts I am calling "Adding to my Stockpile." In this series I will show you how easily you can start your own stockpile. It can be as small or as big as you want to make it.
Since I began couponing one year and half ago I have amassed a small but efficient stockpile in my garage. I have everything from paper towels to canned foods to toothpaste, deodorant, and razors. I only stockpile items I can get for free or dirt cheap. The best part about a stockpile is being able to give to others. I was able to give so much to the tornado victims from April's storms. 

Yesterday I was able to get 8 packages of Bounty napkins for FREE. Here's how I did it:
  • Bi-Lo has Bounty Napkins on price lock for $1.00 until 7/19.
  • The Proctor & Gamble coupon insert from the 6/5 Sunday paper had a $1.00 off one Bounty napkin coupon.
  • I went to eBay and purchased 15 of those coupons and paid $2.95 total.  I gave a few coupons to family and kept 8 for myself.
    The coupon states you can only use 4 coupons per shopping trip so I had to buy 4 Bounty napkins, take them out to the car, then go back in Bi-Lo and buy 4 more. Not much of hassle since I was getting such a good deal. 

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