$2000 worth of groceries for $100? There is only one word for it: unbelievable! Here’s are the secrets of this reality tv show.
People often ask me to share advice with them on the most important thing they can do to cut their grocery bill and keep more money. Without hesitation, I urge them, “Stop buying what you need!” This sounds confusing because it flies in the face of how 95% of us shop. We typically wait until we’re out of a product, add it to the shopping list, and buy it along with all the other items we absolutely need that week. Somehow, we equate leaving other products off our list as “doing without” in order to save money.
How do you get the best prices on cleaning supplies? In my experience, the drug store chains are your best bet. Often, you can apply your coupons from your Sunday paper (or printed from the Internet) to some fantastic sales – or deals that involve getting money back at the register. At Walgreens, you’ll get Register Rewards. At CVS it’s Extra Care Bucks. At Rite Aid, it’s +Up Rewards. Each of these can generally be used on your very next purchase.
If you’d like to fill a shelf or two at home with your favorite cleaning supplies, you can stock up over the next few weeks and pay a fraction of what you’d spend over the course of a year. Buying cleaning supplies only when you need them is the most expensive way to go. Here are some examples of deals we saw last year to give you an idea of what to expect in the weeks ahead. These deals were pulled from our online database at SavingsAngel.com. Note that this was only one week – and doesn’t come close to revealing all the deals you’ll find over the next four to five weeks.