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4 Great Sites for Saving Money on Groceries

4/25/2011 1:00:43 PM

Tags: save money on groceries, grocery shopping, online grocery shopping, Wise Bread, Robyn Griggs Lawrence

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In striving to live simply and frugally, sometimes (ironically) our best tools are digital. In the face of rising grocery prices, now more than ever I’m looking for ways to put good food on my family’s table while staying within my budget. Today on Wise Bread, Sarah Winfrey lays out some excellent online tools for doing just that. In “Save Money on Groceries With These Online Tools,” Sarah offers tips that save me both money and time. You can't beat that.

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 Pricible gives price options for stores in your area.

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Take advantage of online resources to save money and time at the grocery store.

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Meghan Wilkinson
4/5/2013 2:33:46 PM
One of the best innovations rather method for saving as well as making money is through the internet. Web being one and the only platform where the people from all around the world can be approached.I would like to introduce interesting is a great website serving the people for a long time ago,where you can get discounted coupons on online purchasing.

5/31/2011 7:34:28 PM
Online is a tad high. My method is simple. We have two grocery outlet stores nearby. I can buy things like tomato sauce for 50 cents a can. Southern seasoned no salt greens for 35 cents. Shrimp for 3 bucks for 60. Someone also told me of one about 30 miles away that is just as cheap. Plus we have a local discount warehouse right down the road that sells to the public 1x a week for 5 hours. At the prices they sell to the store owners. Mennonites and Amish have food stands and truck farms all over the place around here so in the summer if I don't grow it, they got it. And since I found the reusable canning lids, I just might start putting up fruits and veggies as well as the excess from our vertical garden. I can walk out of the one outlet store holding food on the cart because it is going to fall out with the other of us pushing. Total cost that day? 115 dollars. You can't beat that. It takes work to find them but it is worth every penny when you do.

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