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.
Prices are going up fast and they’re liable go up even faster. Everyday people need to save money anyway they can if they’re going to get by.
I write a lot about survival food and supplies, but I’m also aware that most people are on a tight budget these days. Many of us are out of work and even most people who have jobs are struggling to make ends meet. All I can suggest is that people make a few sacrifices so […]
In first world countries, the prices in grocery and department stores are pretty much set in stone. You can’t convince the cashier to give you a better price. My wife and I visit the flea market on occasion, but even there the vendors don’t usually like to haggle. With most of them the price is […]