There are so many amazing online platforms available that are bulk-friendly. Buying your daily necessity has never been this easy. And if you have the resources to pay for bulk purchases and the space for storage, you should consider buying in bulk. But it is important to know that you cannot buy everything in bulk. In fact, sometimes buying in bulk can be a risky business if not done with proper consideration. So, what exactly should you buy in bulk? Here are some tips for the next time you consider buying in bulk. Never bulk buy something you haven’t tried before: don’t waste your money on bulk buying an item you have not tried personally and if you don’t know if it fits into your needs. For example, suppose you bulk bought a particular type of face wash you thought might be good for your skin, or maybe the price was attractive but after trying it on your skin start to break out. I don’t think that’s something you want to experience with a face wash you were considering using daily for the next several months. Make certain you have sufficient storage space: if you do not make sure the storage space is available with you before bulk buying, you might find yourself in a pretty bad situation when you get home. If you ever think about buying in bulk just make sure before-head that you got enough space. Even if you consider increasing your living space so that you can swing more bulk buys, it will just be an add-on to your living expenses plus taxes just so you can store some extra bulk products. Consider before buying perishable goods unless you are going to process them as soon as you get home: we rarely buy any perishable item in bulk. Even if we buy a lot of them, we’ve gone home and used them within a day or two or canned or freeze them. Sometimes you see mind-blowing deals on perishable items if you buy them in bulk but even if you save some pounds if you don’t use a considerable amount of that product you are at a loss. If you have a plan to use them all making some food item out of them as soon as you go home then it can be a good buy. But without a plan, it is just a waste of money and is not worth buying. Know how to calculate price-per-unit: the ultimate aim of a bulk buy is to make sure that the cost per unit is as low as it can get. Thus, to maximize a bulk buy, you should know how to calculate cost per unit properly. Cost per unit is when you take the price of the unit you would buy and divide it by the number of units per piece by it. The ideal outcome should be cost per unit to be at least 50% below what you would normally pay.