Bulk Buying Can Bring Savings
Posted by Lisa D. on November 16, 2017 in Acuity

As consumers, we are often looking to save money and time when it comes to shopping. Buying certain items in bulk from popular warehouse clubs and stores can be a good bargain. When buying in bulk, consider the following items:


  • Cereal. Name-brand cereal is normally pricey, but buying it in bulk could save you close to 50% compared to buying smaller sizes. 

  • Toilet paper and paper towels. Everyone needs these items—and they never spoil or expire.  Buy in bulk to save money.  

  • Toothbrushes and toothpaste. Check these items out when your warehouse club is running a special promotion. 

  • Non-perishable foods. Canned goods often have distant expiration dates, making the multi-packs offered by warehouse stores a great buy.   


The experience of shopping at warehouse clubs can be fun. New items appear on shelves every day, which makes walking around these large stores interesting for everyone in the household. And the stores offer more than just bulk merchandise—you may find a deal on a 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV at a price you can’t pass up. If nothing else, the food samples offered by most warehouse stores can make it worth the trip!    

Lisa D.
Lisa D. has over 14 years of experience in the auto insurance industry, including 12 years at ACUITY. She obtained her P&C license and sold personal insurance for two years before starting at ACUITY, where she focuses on researching new auto coverages, helping with the auto pricing system, and leading auto insurance-related projects. On top of that, Lisa has her Association in General Insurance (AINS) and Associate in Personal Insurance (API) designations. Outside of work, Lisa enjoys cooking, photography, and spending time with her family. The last two go hand in hand, as she takes pictures of her kids every day.

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