April 12, 2009

Savings Techniques I Believe In

Pin It Now! I can list for days about different ways to track your grocery spending and save the most money, but what this blog is for is to give you the best tried-and-true ways that actually make sense. I don't expect people to dedicate hours of their days to save 45 cents on a can of peas, because that's just crazy. I wouldn't do that myself so why should you?

I spend, on average, about 45 - 60 minutes per week. This time includes cutting out the coupons, making my list, and selecting and printing out my Grocery Game lists. With the average dollar amount I save, that time I have spent is well worth it.

If you decide to buy two Sunday newspapers instead of just one, which I recommend, here's a trick to cutting your coupons faster: double up each corresponding page and cut out two at a time. Voila! I do this really quickly, then file, then I'm off to the store!

Happy Shopping!!

Anyone who believes the competitive spirit in America is dead
has never been in a supermarket when the
cashier opens another checkout line.

~Ann Landers

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