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Money saving tips with food

 

Money saving tips with food show you how to get more for less. Without spending all your money on groceries, you can still get enough food and goods without breaking your wallet.

  • Downgrade brands

Stay away from top class, overpriced brands, this doesn’t mean go for the cheapest, but reduce what you can where it counts. Many stores have house brands that ends up being the same quality as name brands, without the expensive packaging and status.

  • Find discounts and deals

Stay in the loop with seasonal sales and discounts on items. Often at the end of seasons for clothing and at the end of the month for food stores, this is the best time to find deals like no other. Just be sure to stick to your list, don’t buy items simply because they are on sale.

  • Make a list

Always make a complete shopping list and stick to it. If it’s not on your list then don’t buy it unless you really need it. Sticking to a list lets you not only budget but also stops you from getting carried away.

  • Compare prices

Whether between products, brands or stores, always compare pricing to see what the best value for money is. Not only differing between name brands, but often the same stores in different locations will have different prices catering to their main client base.

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