Prepper Sales is meant to help you prepare for any situation which will better your total preps for whichever survival situation you are actually preparing for. I know that sounds long-winded, so let me say it another way. Prepper Sales is listings of sales which we think you might appreciate. They are hand propagated so we can attempt to find deals or sales which you might benefit from. Listing every single sale, makes no sense.
An awesome example for prepper sales, is Freeze Dried Foods. Freeze dried foods are expensive to make, in fact the lowest cost Freeze Drier will set you back $1100 to $2000. The process of freeze drying sucks out all the moisture, much better than a dehydrator (about $100-$200). Dehydrating foods and then throwing in some moisture absorbers might keep something last for up to 5 years, but for a full 30 year shelf life, you need to throw it in a dehydrator.
For this reason, we will list some prepper sales sites that you should definitely consider. Bookmark this page, as we will update it to add more sites later on…
Limited Time Sales
Augason Farms Scrambled Egg Mix, 2 lbs., 4 oz. No. 10 Can (AKA Powdered Eggs)
- SNAP EBT eligible
- 46 Servings
- 5,520 Calories
- Perfect for Food Storage, Emergencies, Survival, Camping, and Everyday Use!
- Certified Gluten Free
- Up to a 10 Year Shelf Life!
$57.19 (46% off) – Click to buy
18 Cage Free eggs via Amazon
- 18 large, Grade AA, white eggs
- 100% vegetarian feed, cage free and free to roam
- Certified humanely raised
- Hormone* and antibiotic free
- Satisfaction Guarantee: We’re proud of our products. If you aren’t satisfied, we’ll refund you for any reason.
- An Amazon Brand
$5.69 – Free 2-hour Delivery with Amazon Prime – Click to buy
Prepper Sales – Perma Sales Site List
Dehydrated Food Sales via Amazon
Pros: Very discounted up to 60% off. Cons: Sales last 2-5 days. Get them quick.
Dehydrated and Packaged Food via Latter Day Saints.
Note: You will need to fudge some information to order from them, if you are not an LDS member. Pros: Free shipping on orders under 200 pounds, and low, LOW prices. Sliced, dried apples 🍏 are $68.50 for a pack of 6 (less than $12 a can) versus $24-35 a can from anyone else. The foods are also packaged this year, so will always last the full 30 years. Cons: Foods are limited, not much variety.
More to come! Bookmark this page, and keep checking back for updates.
Prepper eBooks via PrepperInfo
List of eBooks that are free or on sales to learn to do some pretty nifty things. Can include gardening, building shelters, mending wounds, etc. Definitely a page worth following!