3 things you don’t want to buy in bulk

3 things you don’t want to buy in bulk
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It’s no secret Clark is a huge fan of Costco… But while the warehouse clubs are known for great deals on certain things, there are some products you may be able to find cheaper elsewhere — or that you don’t necessarily want to buy in bulk.

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One example is Amazon Mom, which gives Prime members a 20% discount on diapers, along with other offers and deals. And then there are some products that you may not want to buy in bulk, as they can lose their effectiveness over time. Laundry detergent and bleach can have a shelf life of between six months to a year once opened, and depending on how much you use, you just want to make sure you don’t end up wasting money by letting it break down over time.

Read more: 11 things you should never buy at a warehouse club

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Alex Thomas Sadler About the author:
Alex is the Managing Editor of Clark.com and host of Common Cents, a series that makes money simple. By breaking down complicated concepts, Alex shows you how to better understand your money and make smarter decisions — so you can take control of your own life and future! Learn more here.
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