My $10 Stockpiling Haul: Week 4

I was happy to see a good deal on Suave Body Wash this week at CVS. Since I still had $2.01 left on my cash card from last week, I snagged it, along with a few other things:

{Transaction #1}
(6) Suave Body Wash @ $2 = $12
-B2G1 free Suave 1/27 RP insert, used two
-$2.01 from CVS cash card (left from last week)
Final Price: $5.99, earned $4 ECB

{Transaction #2}
(1) Charmin Basic Bath Tissues 12 double rolls $5.49
-$0.25/1 Charmin 1/27 PG insert
-$4 ECB from transaction #1
Final Price: $1.24, earned $1 ECB

{Transaction #3}
(3) Dawn Dish Liquid @ $0.99 = $2.97
-$0.50/1 Dawn 1/27 PG insert, used three
-$1 ECB from transaction #2
Final Price: $0.47

Walgreens Purchase

(2) Chicken of the Sea Tuna $0.79 (with insert coupon)
$0.50/1 Chicken of the Sea printable, used two
Final Price: $0.58

Spent This Week: $7.04
Left Over for Next Week: $2.96 + $0.03 from previous weeks = $2.99
Ibotta Balance (week 3): $2.50
Walgreens Balance Rewards Points: 4000 (week 2)

My Total Stockpile
Over the last four weeks, I have spent a total of $37.04. I still have $2.50 earned on Ibotta for future trips, and 4000 Balance Rewards points ($4) at Walgreens from week 2.  Plus all this stuff.

60 Bath Tissues Double Rolls (goal: 364 double rolls)
7 Body Wash (goal: 24)
5 Deodorant (goal: 24)
7 Toothpaste (goal: 24)
4 Mouthwash (goal: 12)
7 Dish Liquid (goal: 12)
2 Dishwasher Tabs = 50 loads (goal: 728 loads)
13 Cans of Soup (goal: 26)
8 Hand Soap (goal: 36)

Would You Like to Join Us?
Head over HERE to read all about the $10 Per Week Stockpiling Challenge. In a nutshell, we are creating a list of non-perishables, personal and home care items and setting a goal to have a 6-12 month supply on hand by the end of the year.  Our weekly budget is $10.  And here’s the important part.  We’re using $10 the real way.  Not $40 spent with $30 back in store rewards.  We have one single ten dollar bill and we’re using it to see how much we can walk out of the store with.  This is important, because plenty of folks just don’t have $30 or $40 to play around with each week, even if they get it back in rewards.  We want to encourage folks that stockpiling can be done, even if the budget is super-tight.

If you decide to take the challenge, you are welcome to send a photo and a list of your stockpile purchases to momsbyheart at gmail dot come.  If I use it on the blog you will be entered for a chance to win a $20 Amazon gift card. I’ll randomly choose one winner each month, and you may enter as often as once a week.



  1. Took the challenge today and made an extra stop while I was out shopping for dinner. Check it out here :

    I got cough drops, cheez-its, soft soap, dish soap, and and extra candle all for just under 10 bucks! I love this idea! Thanks for sharing!
    (ps- so sad, my Dollar Tree only had small Speed Sticks, which are excluded on the coupons I had :-( oh well, maybe next time! )

    • Hi! I really enjoyed reading your blog post! Thanks for participating, I hope you’ll share your hauls for future weeks too 😉

  2. This is fun to watch each week! You are inspiring and made quite a dent in your stockpile list in only 1 month. Amazing!

  3. love your great ideas!! I need all the help I can get. 7 kids…busy life…off work for 6 months for surgery…single income is life changing!!