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How to Save Money On Groceries
 

How to Save Money On Groceries

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Learn the basics of saving money in the grocery store. Cover couponing, produce, meat, bulk etc.

Learn the basics of saving money in the grocery store. Cover couponing, produce, meat, bulk etc.

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    How to Save Money On Groceries How to Save Money On Groceries Presentation Transcript

    • Extreme Couponing 101
    •  
    • A Cycle to Sales
      • Prices fluctuate 40-50% during a sale cycle.
      Every Item has a Rock Bottom Low Price
    • Buy Price List
      • Cereal reg. price - $4.50 per box
        • Buy Price - $1 or less
      • Margarine reg. price - $2.50
        • Buy Price - 25¢
      List of prices you are willing to pay for most items in a store. A great tool to keep with you as you learn prices.
    •  
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    • Stock Up
      • Grocery sales run on cycles.
        • Regular items on are sale every 6-8 weeks.
        • Some items are on sale seasonally.
      • When an item is at its lowest price, buy enough of that item to get you through to the next sale.
    • Brand Loyalties
      • Miss out on deals for similar products
      • Miss out on hot coupons
      • Some brands never hit 40% off, while others are FREE!
    • Gathering Coupons
      • Start with the newspaper.
      • Only need the Sunday Paper.
      • Three coupon inserts:
        • SmartSource (SS)
        • Redplum (RP)
        • Procter & Gamble (PG)
      • Printable Coupons
        • Smartsource.com
        • Redplum.com
        • Coupons.com
        • CouponNetwork.com
      Printable Coupons
    • Coupons in the Store
    • Coupons for Brand Loyalties
      • Brand Facebook Pages
      • Manufacturer Email Newsletters
          • Get a FREE Email account before registering.
          • Send coupons in emails
          • Send Home Mailers
      • Call Manufacturer
    •  
    • Coupon Basics
      • One manufacturer coupon per item.
        • Printable
        • Insert
      • You can not make copies of coupons
        • Security Bar Code
        • Individualized security number
        • Watermarks
    •  
    • Store Specific Ways to Save
      • Doubling Coupons
      • Electronic Coupons
      • Price Matching
      • Catching Pricing Errors
      • Using Competitor Coupons
      • Getting Overage
    • Buy One Get One Deals
      • Grocery Store
        • Many you do not have to purchase both items.
        • Use a coupon on each item
      • Drugstore
        • One rings up Full Price the other rings up Free.
        • You must buy 2 to get the discount.
    • Catalina Deals
      • Purchase participating products and get money off your next purchase.
      • Many can be “rolled”.
      • Prints at most grocery stores in the area.
    • Rain Checks
        • Given out at ALL stores.
        • Drug Stores
          • Ask cashier
          • Does not always work the way you want
        • Grocery Stores
          • Ask customer service
    • Saving on Produce
      • Stay in Season
      • Buy Local
        • Farmers Markets
        • Produce Co-Op
        • CSA Farms
    • www.marketnews.usda.gov
    • Saving on Meat
      • Buy Local
        • Butchers
        • Local Farmers
      • Buy in Bulk
    • Putting Groceries Together
      • Pick ONE store
      • Look at what is on sale, buy 6 weeks worth.
      • Buy one week worth of off-sale items.
      • Try to plan menus off items on sale.