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In our town, every supermarket has a web site that displays the current bulletin of sales and lots of other information about prices. Those same websites let you work up a buying list from what they have displayed, and you then print it out. Since there's A LOT of competition here, it's worth it to check out ALL bulletins and go from supermarket to supermarket getting only specials and not paying any attention to what's NOT on sale. Just google your supermarket's name and sooner or later you'll find your own neighborhood store. This does not necessarily apply to Wal-Mart, who have their own idiosyncratic ways of packaging and pricing products. Caveat emptor!
Hi Jaffer and WELCOME,
Thank you for such good advice for our members! All too often I will go to the market without checking their supplement specials.
I just go through the different isles looking for them, and because of that I probably miss some very good deals on other products. I also never thought of visiting the Supermarket's website!
Now, if you combine the supermarket specials along with coupons, we can save even more money with is what my very dear departed friend used to do. Shelby
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