Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Save Money & Shop Smarter with The Grocery Game

Teri Gault, founder of The Grocery Game (www.thegrocerygame.com) can teach you how to save money and shop smarter. With Valentines Day, Easter and even Mother’s Day approaching (the year is flying by!) it is the perfect time to know when, where and how to shop in order to maximize your money with the food you love!

The Grocery Game is a website that can save you hundreds of dollars on your grocery bill each month, offering shoppers an easy, and fun, way to reap substantial savings (even free items!) on their grocery bills, cutting them 50% or more. Tracking close to 10,000 items a week in each of over 160 supermarkets nationwide – The Grocery Game finds the lowest priced items, both advertised and unadvertised, and matches them with weekly specials and manufacturers’ coupons. Shoppers pay only about $5 per month for a one-store membership while saving, on average, more than $500 a month for a family of four.

For example, with Thanksgiving approaching, users of The Grocery Game saved 68% on Thanksgiving items including turkey, stuffing and pie. The Grocery Game’s weekly coupon list provides subscribers with tips on how to pay drastically less—and sometimes nothing at all—for a delicious holiday meal. It’s time to get shopping! Investing in the things you need early and filling in the gaps (as you get closer to the holiday) saves money.

Teri can also share tips/advice on how to (among many others):
· Frugally fresh - keep food fresh and save money
· Save green while going green – save money while buying organic
· Stack coupons to get the best deal – combine sales, manufacture’s coupons, incentives, etc. for the best deal
· Educate shoppers on grocery/food trends
· Warehouse stores – buying in bulk - is it worth it?
· Saving on groceries at the drug store
· How to eat healthy, good food but not break your wallet (or your budget)
· How to haggle – can it be done?
· Invest in groceries/choose the right supermarket
· How to know when to buy brand names and when to buy store names
· Stack coupons to get the best deal – combine sales, manufacturer’s coupons, incentives, etc for the best deal

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