Searching for Where to Buy Toilet Paper in Bulk?

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Out of TP? Here’s where to buy toilet paper in bulk!

The toilet paper craze of 2020 left nearly every store shelf cleaned off as everybody and their neighbor was scrambling to grab all the rolls they could get their hands on. If you were one of the unlucky ones who was left with single-ply tissues or wipes that could end up clogging your drains, we feel your pain.

empty toilet paper roll

Although sales have slowed down a bit, toilet paper is still in very high demand, so we’ve compiled a list of the best places to stock up so you don’t find yourself with a shortage when you really need it!

standard toilet paper roll next to huge Charmin roll

Since every toilet paper roll is a little different in length and the number of sheets, our comparisons are based on price per sheet for consistency. You can also calculate the cost per sq. ft., but not every manufacturer includes that information in the product details.

P.S. Although the giant commercial roll pictured above would probably last you an eternity, our list only includes regular-sized toilet paper rolls!

Here are 5 places you can purchase a large quantity of toilet paper:

A large package of toilet paper in a Costco shopping cart

1. Warehouse clubs

If you’re a Costco, Sam’s Club, or BJ’s member, you can likely take home quite a few rolls for less than what you’d pay at most grocery stores.

Although superstore brands such as Kirkland and Member’s Mark are less popular than Charmin or Quilted Northern, they come highly rated and still deliver exceptional quality.

Hip Tip: Not sure how much toilet paper you should be using? Check out our helpful guide!

Packages of toilet paper in a Walmart aisle

2. Walmart

Our list of where to buy toilet paper in bulk wouldn’t be complete without the savings superstore on it! Believe it or not, you can take home just as many rolls from Walmart as you would at Costco or Sam’s Club with relatively the same cost per roll.

A box of bulk bath tissue

3. Amazon

If you don’t have a Walmart or wholesale club nearby and don’t know where to buy toilet paper in bulk, just head on over to Amazon where you can choose from a number of highly-rated toilet paper brands. If you’re a Prime member, you’ll save even more with free shipping!

Bath tissue on a shelf at Office Depot

4. Office supply stores

Pens and paperclips aren’t the only things you can buy in bulk at stores like Staples and Office Depot and you might luck out with more in-store options as it’s a less popular place to shop for bath tissue.

A Target shopping cart with toilet paper in it

5. Target

Whether shopping in-store or online, Target is another great place to score a large amount of TP at a reasonable price. From their affordable Up & Up brand options to their money-saving price-match policy and Target Circle offers, it’s not hard to save big on toilet paper at Target!

A grocery cart full of bath tissue at a store

Stay calm and stock up on toilet paper.

Getting your hands on a few rolls doesn’t have to be a never-ending scavenger hunt. When you know where to buy toilet paper in bulk ahead of time, you’ll not only save yourself the time and stress of perusing different stores, but you’ll also save a good chunk of change!

Don’t forget to also check your Walgreens and CVS weekly ads for deals on toilet paper. Pharmacies don’t have as many bulk purchase options, but you can still save a ton when you shop during the sales!

Keep in mind that while toilet paper is in high demand, it’s important to be thoughtful of other shoppers in need and abide by the retailer’s purchase limits. And whatever you do, just don’t buy flushable wipes and flush them —they could wreak serious havoc on your pipes!

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Comments 17

  1. Jody Paul

    Just get a bidet. 🤗

  2. Evie

    No, that is ok. I just buy it little at a time. I think most buying lots thought they were going to make $s.
    Some obviously need more than others.
    I suppose the woke I mean broke wish to control this part of our lives too!
    Paper towels seem to be the problem now.

  3. mimi123

    Scoot 1000 sheets is coming up 14.97 for me

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Hmm, maybe check back again or check that you are logged in. I still find it available as listed above. Hope this helps!

  4. Edy

    I bought 6 packs Scott towels @ 5.49 cvs no coupons used pay $32 plus tax got $10 cvs gift card – did it in 2 of my daughters cvs cards- since, sams is limiting 1 pack per person and tissue also, yes, I did buy plenty since, I provide for my mother since she is elderly, my daughter who’s is high risk, and for my family – thank you hip2save Scott is on sale at $7.99 tissue at Walgreens but, haven’t seen any

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      You’re so welcome, Edy! Thanks for sharing with us!

  5. Bunny

    My local Aldi always has tons of toilet paper. So does CVS, but their prices if not on sale (and with a coupon) are ridiculously overpriced.

  6. JMonte509

    I need paper towels. Where can I find those??

    • catmom

      I ordered the Presto paper towels from Amazon. They’re excellent! As for TP, I found in the Amazon Warehouse, a box of 60 rolls, individually wrapped, Cottonelle. The original shipping box was crushed in the corner, thus ended up in the Warehouse sale. Both great buys!

    • Kenzie'sMom414

      We had a hard time finding paper towels too. I went to Aldi’s and they had two different packs for sale. Limit 1 each so I bought one of each. They work great.

    • riss

      I’ve been to our local Costco twice, no paper towel. They have plenty of TP, but it’s the Kirkland brand, which I don’t like because it’s so thin and I feel like I spend more because I use more. Charmin and Cottonelle yes.

    • JAD827

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      You might want to look at Boxed has Bounty, Brawny, and Seventh Generation and a house brand. I don’t think the price is special but not outrageous either. Use code Bulklife for 15% off a first time order over$19.98. For those who can’t shop in stores it’s another source. I have found Walgreens also a pretty good source for paper towels as well often finding Viva there when I can’t anywhere else. Their house brand Complete Home is adequate (not Viva quality) and usually available for store pickup in my area at least.

  7. faithanne

    Sam’s is the best for toilet paper and paper towels!!

  8. Laurie

    Aldi’s has plenty of TP and PT. All of my stores here in Midwest have plenty.

  9. queen62

    I stocked up on TP when shoprite had their brand on sale. Just as good as Scott. Paper towels are a waste u can make some adjustments by using cloth and washing especially to dry your hands.

  10. Jen S

    Aldi’s has the best everyday price on pretty much any type of paper product and tissues. And I’m always happy with the quality! Yes, they have stocking issues occasionally, but I can just try a different aldis the next week and they might have those things in stock so it works well.

  11. Maya

    My local Costco anticipated more of a demand than there really was and so there’s over three aisles just filled with toilet paper. They dropped the price by two bucks as well.

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