Save More Pay Less… Learning from your shopping habits

5 years ago

Save More Pay Less… Learning from your shopping habits

 

Learning from your shopping habits and when and where you save the most. Folowing the these strategies to help with maximum savings.

 

First use your shopping list to form a price book. Keeping track of where you spend how much you spend and when sales happen will help you plan not just when to shop, but where to receive your greatest savings.

 

When your price book is complete make a list of your most frequent purchases, the lowest price for each purchase and where. By having this information when you’re out on shopping or researching sales you will know if you’re getting the best deal possible.

 

Looking for the best deal possible means not relying on your store’s reputation, but do your own due diligence and research look at printed and online weekly ads, clip coupons for all stores you frequent. One of the best tips I can give you is gt to know your stock workers and cashiers well they will let you know when sales are coming and if you can wait to get it later. I personally have over the last year gotten to know my stockers very well. I’ve even given coupons to a very hard working mom of three who simply doesn’t have time to clip coupons on online so print out what I know she shops for and give them to her on my shopping trips and in return she let me in on sales and clearance items that are not publicized. For more tips and savings go to www.where2save.com

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