The LDS Home Storage Center updated their prices two weeks ago. I was pleasantly surprised that the prices have come down on many items. The most substantial discounts are bulk oats (-28%), rice (-35%), dry milk (-44%), and apple slices (-16%). Black beans (+29%), white beans (+10%), and sugar (+26%) on the other hand have gone up. So, if you have the means, I would recommend getting some oats, rice, and milk now. If you were planning on getting some more beans and sugar, you might consider waiting a bit to see if the prices change. I’d buy now regardless of the price if you don’t have any however.
In a Masterful stroke of irony our fine, upstanding, and well prepared President Obama declared this week – specifically May 24th – May 30th to be National Hurricane Preparedness Week. The mark of genius is, in demonstrating the Federal Governments continued efforts to be completely ill-prepared to handle anything related to a hurricane, he signed the proclamation and announced it – wait for it…….. on MAY 26th! To recap; on May 26th President Obama declared the week of May 24th – May 30th to be Hurricane Preparedness week.
Out-N-Back in Orem will be having a huge 1 day clearance sale THIS Saturday!
Doors open at 9:00 AM.
Everything in the store will be a minimum 20% off with deals up to 90% off.
Snowboards 50% to 80% off
Winter Clothing 45% to 90% off
A flyer is available online here. (EDIT: removed as their site has been compromised)
I went to this sale last year and found some REAL DEALS! If you don’t know, Out-N-Back is an outdoor gear retailer.
Sears is closing it’s store in American Fork. A fourth of the store is already empty. I was there last night and it appeared that everything was thirty to sixty percent off. I was able to get bunch of batteries and toilet paper. Their prices are higher than Walmart to begin with so I am not sure how much of a deal it really is, but even saving a little is worth a trip when buying in bulk. Other things I saw while there were tents, canopies, air compressors, tools, and clothing.