Grocery Store Money-Saving Tips
The Reader’s Digest website shares these tips for saving money on groceries:
Join loyalty programs. You can get discounts and money back on your purchases through your store’s loyalty program. Sign up and check all the rules so you get maximum value from it.
Look for final markdowns and clearances. Many grocery stores place clearance items in a designated area, or use special stickers to help shoppers identify them.
Be careful with multiples. They can trick you into spending more than you want. For example, if a sign on a bag of chips says “Two for $5,” and a single bag of chips is $3.29, you’re getting a good deal only if you want two bags of chips.
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