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Back To School Stockpile

Stockpiling Back To School Supplies

It is time get ready for Back-to-School Stockpile. I thought it would be fun to show you my Back-to-School Stockpile. Take a look into my Stockpile Room and check out all my goodies 🙂

So, can you guess how much I spent total OOP for Back to School I spent???? Literally less than $20! I hit up all of the stores weekly when they have sales and I purchase the amount that my son will need all year long! I like to take advantage of the penny deals at the office supply stores and the sales at each store. Generally, each store will have a product at rock bottom that brings you into the store.

Then their hope is that they will get you to purchase your entire list at the store. Don’t do that! Instead go to each store and cherry pick out the item that they have on sale! This is a great way to save money on back-to-school supplies.

I would love to hear how much you spent total too!

Be sure to check out Stockpiling Saturday – Back to School Supplies

If you are still shopping Back To School Supplies – be sure to check out more of our Back To School Deals.

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  1. We did the same thing last year and stock piled.. We only spent $15 on school supplies this year that includes a $12.99 backpack with free lunch kit at Toys R Us. (plus tax was $14.06) and my son had a decent size list. He is in 3rd grade. 🙂

  2. I surprised my husband when it was time to pull out supplies from our stockpile for our middle schooler and high schooler. It was unfortunate that we had to buy so many binders this year, so that hurt our back-to-school out of pocket, but with the sales, we still spent less than $30 for all of the binders and a few odds and ends we needed, and the lists were a decent size. It was a great feeling to know that we had so much, and I still added to our stockpile this year if I could find something 75% off with a coupon/sale or better yet, FREE! 🙂

  3. I didn’t have to spend anything out of pocket, I have been stockpiling for a few years. I was even able to help my son-in-law out, who started college this year. Backpacks, were donated by mother-in-law.

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