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7 Things You’ll Want To Stock Up On In January

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January is here, which means it’s time for another installment in my monthly “stock up” series! As always, we’ll be exploring the sales, deals, and discounts coming up this month that will provide excellent opportunities to stock up on the stuff you need for less!

So without any further ado, here are seven of the best things you can stock up on during the month of January!

7 Things To Stock Up On In January

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1. Frozen Meals

Just in time for resolution season, health-conscious frozen meals will be on sale this month! If you’re looking to stock up on low-calorie or low-carb frozen meals to keep in your freezer, January is the perfect time to do it.

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2. Healthy Cereal

Similarly, low-sugar and health-conscious breakfast cereals tend to go on sale during the month of January. Stock up on your favorite cereal and granola brands like Kashi, Annie’s, Bear Naked, KIND, and Udi’s.

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3. Oatmeal

And speaking of breakfast, it’s a great time to stock up on oatmeal too! January is National Oatmeal Month, so keep your eyes peeled for low prices and stackable coupons.

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4. Cold & Flu Meds

Cold and flu season is upon us, but luckily, so are sales and discounts on the stuff you need to fight them! Take the opportunity to stock up on tissues, cough syrup, cold medicine, vitamins, and other necessities this month.

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5. Super Bowl Snacks

With the big game coming up on February 2nd, expect to find low prices on game day snacks throughout the month of January! Stock up on snacks for your Super Bowl watch party (or to enjoy by yourself—no judgment here!) ;-)

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6. Baking Supplies

Bakers will be excited to hear that stores will be clearing out their winter- and holiday themed baking supplies this month. If you don’t mind using holiday-themed mixes after Christmas, you can stock up on baking supplies this month at closeout prices!

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7. Seasonal Produce

Check the produce section of the grocery store for low prices on carrots, cauliflower, broccoli, oranges, tangerines, kale, and spinach this month. All these items are in season during January, and it’s a great opportunity to stock your freezer!

…And More!

Looking for more information about sales and deals during the month of January? Check out this post for more ways to save!

The Complete “Stock Up” Series

With the January installment is in the books, my monthly “stock up” series is officially complete! Use the links below to revisit any of the past installments from my money-saving monthly guide.

What will you be stocking up on this month?

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Jill Nystul (aka Jillee)

Jill Nystul is an accomplished writer and author who founded the blog One Good Thing by Jillee in 2011. With over 30 years of experience in homemaking, she has become a trusted resource for contemporary homemakers by offering practical solutions to everyday household challenges.I share creative homemaking and lifestyle solutions that make your life easier and more enjoyable!

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Jill’s 30 years of homemaking experience, make her the trusted source for practical household solutions.

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  • Happy New Year Jillee, to you and your family. Hope you have a healthy and prosperous year. Always look forward to you posts each day. Thank your for all your efforts.

  • I just got a ton of Christmas bags/wrap, money holder cards, tissue paper, gift tags, etc. at the Dollar tree for 50 cents apiece. We have 3 in our area so between all 3 I was able to get set for next year and maybe the next.

    • I used to grab up Christmas decor at higher-end stores (garland, artificial holly, winter-themed knick-knacks – tasteful, nothing cheap-looking or tacky) for the next year between Christmas and New Year’s Day (and even into January if stores hadn’t cleared their shelves yet). I have enough right now and less storage but it might be a practice worth resuming once we’re settled in our new house.

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