I went walking around my local dollar store to see how many emergency supplies I could find. I ended up with a list of several dozen items. #urbansurvivalsite #emergencysupplies #frugal #prepping #prepared
There are lots of dollar store survival item lists out there, but in this video, he takes the items into the woods and uses them to set up a camp.
Prepping for tough times doesn’t have to cost a fortune. If you are looking for a way to get survival supplies on the cheap, check out these strategies.
Shopping at thrift stores like the Goodwill store is a great way to save money on prepper items. It’s extremely satisfying to score a good deal. #urbansurvivalsite #prepper #goodwill #survivalgear #preparedness
Purchasing enough supplies to get through a major disaster can be financially prohibitive. Fortunately, there are things you can do to save money.
If you’re interested in preparedness, flea markets and thrift stores can be goldmines. You can get prepper items for a fraction of the cost. #urbansurvivalsite #survivalitems #prepper #fleamarkets #survivalgear
Although prepping can get expensive, it doesn’t cost much to get started. Most of the essential survival items can be gotten for less than ten bucks a pop.
There are plenty of things you can do to prepare that are completely free. You don’t need a fancy underground bunker loaded to the roof to be prepared.
Here are some examples of things you should stop throwing away and start setting aside. Remember, during long-term disasters almost everything has a use.
If you can afford them, they will make your life far more comfortable in the event of a power outage. Here’s how you can save money on solar panels.