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- November 5, 2008 at 6:48 pm #266028
Many grocery stores are offering great deals during the holidays, some are even giving away food, or cash! Read the paper every week for your local deals, or if you don’t subscribe to the newspaper, pick up the free ad flyers at the store and take it home so you’ll have time to look it over really good before shopping.
Compare prices! Buy whatever’s on sale at one store, then a few days later when you need more milk anyways, go to a second store and get their best deals, it’s a great money-saver!
Store brands are great when making casseroles and side dishes… no one will even notice!
Cook your turkey in a large Reynolds cooking bag and you won’t need to buy an expensive Butterball, any brand will be wonderful!
Stock up while everything’s on sale, just an extra can or box here and there… not a storage closet full! If you end up with too many bargain buys, share them with your local food bank!
Visit our Grocery Saving Tips Web site for more ideas on saving money at the grocery store, with or without coupons!
- November 5, 2008 at 10:46 pm #402832
Thanks for these !!! Something else I always try to do throughout the year is to put up a little extra money for the wonderful sales they have on everything from turkeys to butter !!! Last year I got honeysuckle turkeys for 30 cents a pound !!!!!
I bought several and froze them. Butter freezes as well so does cheese !!!!
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