Toilet paper deals haven’t been plentiful lately, and with all the different size rolls it is hard to know if you’re really getting a good deal. So, I did some research to find just how to tell if you are getting a good deal on toilet paper.
Here’s a simple rule:
Look at the front bottom of the toilet paper package to determine the total square feet. Now insert a decimal point in this number two places to the left. If the cost of the package minus coupons is less than or equal to this figure, it’s a decent deal — basically $0.01 or less per square foot!
TP #1 = 400 sq. ft.; price = $6; stock-up price $4, so not a fabulous deal….
TP #2 = 650 sq. ft.; price = $5; stock-up price $6.50, so definitely a bargain!