First of all think about why you need these boxes in the first place? Is it to store items or will you be transporting items? What you might not know is, it's a little cheaper to buy 1 larger box than 2 smaller boxes! If you won't be using your stored items for a while, you may just want to throw them in the one larger box.
However if you have a large amount of items which you may need in the not so distant future, despite the price increase, it's much better to place the items in several different boxes.
This will make you more organized and easier to get back your items when you need them. You can browse https://www.admiralplastics.com.au/satchels.html to get more info on cardboard boxes.
You should also definitely label all your boxes stating what is stored in them – this will save you loads of time and energy later.
On the other hand you may be sitting there thinking you may need larger sized boxes but you're not entirely sure. If that sounds like you, I want you think about a few things which will make it easier for you to decide. Think about whether you have room to store larger boxes, or if several smaller ones would be more ideal. Is your car or trailer suitable to store big boxes?
As you can see there's no clear cut answer as I don't know why you need the boxes. However lets go through some common reasons why people need big cardboard boxes instead of smaller ones.
Storing/transporting large items such as chairs, classic clocks, appliances,
Laying out on Garage floors to assist with oil spills
Arts and Crafts (more cardboard for your dollar)
As you can see there are a variety of reasons why you would need some boxes and the great news is that cardboard is so versatile, you'll never run out of uses for them long after you finish using them for your initial reason.