Saving Money on Groceries: 5 Things You Can Do Today


Saving Money on Groceries: 5 Things You Can Do Today | thegoodstuff

So you’ve made the meal plans and you’ve planned your menus around coupons, but your grocery bill is still too high. Here are 5 things you can do today to save more on groceries.

Saving Money on Groceries

  1. Set up a separate email account just for coupons and manufacturer newsletters.Then you can keep your savings separate from your personal or work email and you won’t lose important offers in the clutter.
  2. Subscribe to emails from Coupons.com so you can get the newest and best coupons and offers delivered right to your inbox. Plus, visit the websites of your favorite stores and manufacturers and subscribe to their newsletters as well.
  3. Register your store loyalty cards at Coupons.com and add coupons directly to your cards. It’s easy—and when you swipe your card at checkout, the coupons will automatically be applied to your total. Click on the Loyalty Cards section on Coupons.com to get started. Watch the video below to see how it works.
  4. Organize your coupons in a way that works for you, that fits your style and personality.
  5. Know your stores’ coupon policies. Some stores will even double the savings value of coupons when you use them. For example, if you have a coupon for 50 cents off a box of pasta, the store will give you $1 off when you check out. See if any stores in your area offer this perk.
  6. When an item is on sale in the store but isn’t on the shelf, you can ask for a rain check. If the store obliges, you’ll get the sale price next time you shop, and you can use a pertinent coupon to maximize your savings.

Looking for more ways to save money? Check out Couponing 101 for more ways to save money with Grocery Coupons, Coupon Codes, Card Linked Offers, and the Coupons.com App

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