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Stuff NOT to Buy in Bulk

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Next time you go to Costco or Sam's Club, think twice before you stock your cart with these products.

nuts-in-bulk-200.jpg 1. Nuts
Beware! According to MainStreet.com, nuts have a very short shelf life and usually expire within two months. So unless you're an avid nut eater, this may be not the smartest bulk buy.
candies-in-bulk-200.jpg 2. Candy
Buying guilty pleasures in bulk only leads to eating in bulk! You may splurge on two candy bars if you see a "two for a dollar" deal, but springing for the "12 candy bars for $12" deal won't be good for your wallet or waistline.
paper-towel-bulk-200.jpg 3. Paper Towels
While buying paper towels in bulk will save money, we often forget to think about where we'll put those rolls (and rolls, and rolls) once we get home. Be mindful of your cabinet space before you go wild in the paper-product aisle.

For the full list of products not to buy in bulk, go to MainStreet.com.


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2 comments so far | Post a comment now
Lindee April 5, 2010, 9:12 AM

I don’t see anything wrong with buying paper products (toliet paper, napkins, paper towels, kleenex) in bulk. It’s something you’ll always use and I certainly would not forget where I put it.

Erika April 6, 2010, 12:03 PM

One thing I learned not to buy in too much bulk was diapers. My daughter grew out of her diapers before she finished the box. LOL!


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