Although we have many important bills, no one can deny that our monthly food bill is one of the most demanding. Grocery shopping may not be fun for everyone, but it’s certainly an important shopping trip. Because of the effects foods have on the body, I personally spend more on great quality foods and suggest for others to do the same. However, even while buying quality foods I still believe you have the right to save money on groceries. In this post, I’ll share with you some tips that will make this shopping experience a tad bit better.
Search For Sales
We live in a time where everything we can ask for is at our fingertips. That’s right- our cell phone. There’s an app called flipp that has all your current local circulars in one place. That means you can look for all the sales for this week by just entering your zip code. How easy is that?
Also, many of your local grocery stores probably have their own app that you can download. I know Walmart and Shoprite have their own app that you can order groceries right on your phone and pick up in person. Because of this, you can see and compare real prices from your store at the comfort of your home.
Plus, some of these stores may have coupons accessible on their apps so it’s definitely worth taking a look at. It’s a quick and easy way to save money on groceries.
Besides getting used to comparing prices and weekly sales, get acquainted with the different sales for each store. For example, Shoprite has a can-can sale every once in a while that easily cuts all their can prices in half. And Acme has a Buck-A-Bag sale that allows you to buy bags of produce for $1 each! Yes! I’m serious and it’s awesome! Read more