On average, if you live in a studio apartment, expect to spend between $35 and $50 on moving boxes.
For 1-bedroom apartment renters, buying moving boxes will cost about $61 to $85.
And if you have a 2-bedroom apartment, expect to spend about $73 to $100.
How Much Do Moving Boxes Cost?
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Where can I get boxes for free?
Cardboard boxes are one moving expense that can be had for free—our favorite spots to check out after the jump!
- Craigslist. Do a quick search in the free section (found underneath the “for sale” heading).
- Liquor stores.
- Grocery Stores.
- McDonald’s fry boxes.
- U-haul Box Exchange.
Does Home Depot give free boxes?
Lowes, Home Depot, etc.
– If they aren’t willing to give you free boxes first, you can purchase what you need. They generally stock a wide variety of options and sometimes carry bundles of various sized boxes.
Does Walmart have free boxes?
There are actually quite a few places that are likely to give you free boxes of various sizes for your move. Grocery store’s especially, as well as places like Walmart, Target, Costco, Sam’s Club, etc will all usually have a large supply of empty boxes folded up in the back from inventory shipments.
Are uhaul boxes free?
Yes! Although to be more specific, U-Haul customers offer free boxes to other customers. At U-Haul, we’ll gladly refund the full purchase price of any unused box you return to us. We guarantee 100% buy-back of any unused U-Haul boxes, with receipt, at any U-Haul center location nationwide.