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How to Save Money on Groceries

Looking to save money on your groceries every week? Well the good news is that using coupons is easier than ever before. Here are a few ways to quickly and easily reduce your grocery bill without having to do traditional coupon clipping and using your phone or computer instead.

Sign Up For Store Rewards

Many stores allow you to sign up for a “perks” card and many of them are also encouraging users to login on their websites to download additional coupons. Stores like Kroger (also known as King Sooper’s or Fred’s depending on the region) around the country encourage patrons to do this and will often honor coupons there in addition to physical coupons. Make sure to read the store’s coupon policy, though!

Use Apps to Reduce Your Bill

Did you know that there are apps out there that will give you actual cash back for buying the things you already buy? Check iBotta and Cashback to find anywhere from $0.25 to $5.00 per item depending on what you buy. You can also often increase your rewards by combining different offers, so it pays to spend a few minutes before going into the store to make a strategy.

Download and Print Coupons

There are also online databases, usually from major retailers or companies such as P&G, that have coupons available for you to print from your home computer. You may just find that you can print multiples and save quite a bit of money! Read the fine print!

Websites Dedicated to Deals

There are blogs and websites that are dedicated to finding deals and helping you save money. You might sign up for notifications and find out that many of the groceries you regularly buy are 1/2 price one week at one store that you might never have otherwise known about. You may also be able to learn a great deal about couponing from these websites as well.

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