A Budget Friendly 52-Week Prepper Supplies Schedule

A Budget Friendly 52-Week Prepper Supplies Schedule

August 2, 2016 0 Comments

A budget friendly 52-week prepper supplies schedule:

I put out a request for topics that YOU, the reader, wanted to know more about. A budget friendly 52-week prepper supply schedule was one of the first topics to be recommended. A budget-friendly 52-week prepper supplies schedule. The 4 basics that you will ALWAYS need when thinking survival is Fire, Shelter, Food & Water. So if you can’t do any more than that financially, always go back to the 4 basic elements that you will need.

What makes this schedule budget-friendly is that YOU get to decide how much supplies you can get with what your weekly budget is. If you only have an extra $10 to spend on prepper supplies, then get $10 of that week’s item! If that week’s item is over $10 for the minimum quantity then consider swapping it out for a cheaper week.


  1. Flour
  2. Sugar
  3. Ammunition
  4. Bars of soap
  5. Cases of water
  6. Multi-vitamins
  7. Hydrogen Peroxide
  8. Rubbing Alcohol
  9. Toothpaste and Band-Aids
  10. Grains (wheat, barley, rye, quinoa)
  11. Honey
  12. Batteries (multiple sizes)
  13. Salt
  14. Canned Vegetables
  15. Banned Fruit
  16. Canned Chicken
  17. Canned Tuna
  18. Neosporin
  19. Hand Sanitizer
  20. Nuts
  21. Alcohol (the drinking kind: can be used for barter, sanitization etc)
  22. Fuel (gasoline, propane)
  23. Coffee
  24. Tampons/pads
  25. Child-Friendly Foods (age appropriate foods for your children. Instant Mac & Cheese, baby food etc)
  26. Ammunition
  27. MRE’s or Emergency Food
  28. Fishing line and hooks
  29. Bow and Arrow
  30. Cases of Water
  31. Life Straw
  32. Space Blankets and Sleeping bags
  33. Batteries
  34. Lighters and Matches
  35. Tent
  36. Child-Friendly Food
  37. Coffee
  38. Camping stove and propane
  39. Firewood
  40. Cases of water
  41. Maps of your state and the surrounding states
  42. Canned Tuna
  43. Canned Chicken
  44. Canned Fruit
  45. Canned Vegetables
  46. Dried beans
  47. Rice
  48. Duct Tape
  49. Grains
  50. Emergency Crank Radio
  51. Flax Seed (awesome egg replacement when mixed with water)
  52. Cooking oil
  53. Sugar
  54. Flour
  55. Fuel
  56. Ammunition

I realize this is more than 52 weeks, but some can be combined or omitted on your needs for your family. This schedule rotates a bit due to the importance of some items. I hope you’ve found this helpful. If you have any recommendations that you feel that we missed please let us know! We would love to make a collaborative effort for a well put together prepper schedule.




Mil-Spec Mom

Nila is an Army Wife, mother of two boys, and a firearms instructor. She is currently pursuing a double masters in Homeland Security & Emergency Disaster Management, while trying to balance the daily life of being a SAHM/WAHM. She loves ice cream and learning about self-defense as a mother. For more info please click the "About Mil-Spec Mom" tab at the top.