The Black Friday and end of year sales prove that people prefer buying things on sale and in bulk, especially those of everyday use. If you’re buying your weekly supplies and other household items in large quantities, why not do the same for bulk Kratom too?
Buying Kratom bulk will allow you to save money while getting the same quality that you get from retail – or maybe even better.
But like everything else, buying Kratom in bulk has its pros and cons. So, let’s discuss them in detail to give you a better idea of whether buying huge quantities is suitable for you.
Pros of Bulk Kratom
Whether you’re buying Kratom powder, liquid, or Kratom capsules, buying in bulk comes with a lot of benefits. Luckily, many online suppliers offer bulk buying to everyone, irrespective of whether they are a business or an individual.
The major benefit of buying Kratom in bulk is that you get your money’s worth, no matter which variety or strain you’re buying. The formula is pretty simple: the more Kratom you buy in bulk, the more money you save on the purchase.
For instance, you buy an ounce of your favorite strain, let’s say it’s Red Vein Thai, for $8 while the price for one pound of the same strain is around $100.
Just do the math, and you’ll find out that you’ll have to pay about $6.25 for the same strain when buying in bulk.
Can you see how much of a difference buying bulk Kratom made in the total price?
Now, extend this to two or four pounds, and you’ll save even more money. Initially, when you buy in bulk, you’ll be paying a hefty price. But on the whole, it will save hundreds of dollars on your annual purchase of the herb.
Have you ever been to an online shopping limbo where you love a particular item but leave the website once you see the shipping cost? The same can happen when buying Kratom retail, while bulk purchase saves you from this dilemma.
When you buy Kratom over a specific limit, most suppliers offer free shipping. In contrast, when you buy Kratom retail, you’ll hardly ever qualify for this added perk.
If we take the previous example forward, you’re buying an ounce of Kratom for $8. Say you buy two ounces a week. On top of that, you pay $10 in shipping.
Do you think that’s a wise step? Certainly not.
On the contrary, if you buy a whole pound, you can save money in two ways. First, you’re saving money on your bulk purchase. Second, you don’t have to pay that $10 for shipping.
If you care for the environment (as you rightfully must), buying Kratom in bulk can play a role in reducing your carbon footprint. When you buy Kratom in bulk, you’re using less fuel for shipping, cardboard, tape, and packaging material.