Buying generic groceries and other products can add up to some major savings. As the economy continues to worse we are looking for more and more ways to save money. For most of us coupon clipping isn’t as easy as it may sound. Many families including mine clip and keep the coupons but usually forget to take them to the store and actually use them. Others may clip coupons for items they normally don’t use which may be more expensive than the normal brand. So how can you still save some money at the grocery store? Buy generic foods and other products!
Want to save some money? Want to make saving fun? Here is a creative idea that may put some extra money in your pocket as well as some fun in your financial life, up for the challenge?
Tired of the increasing costs of everything? With gas around $4 per gallon the cost of almost all goods and services seems to follow the upward trend. The closer we get to summer the likelihood of prices increasing more is inevitable. The worst part is that salaries don’t seem to be increasing with the cost of goods and services. How can you combat these inflated prices? Start by saving hundreds of dollars on your grocery bill!
Stop wasting money paying ATM fees
It may not seem like a lot of money to pay an ATM fee of $1.50 but just think about much money you are really spending! Most of the time you get charged a fee from the bank that sponsors the ATM and an additional fee from you own bank for using a foreign machine. Just how much money are we spending on ATM fees?
Size can be deceiving
I went to the grocery store today to purchase some necessary items, you know bread, peanut butter, potato chips, pop tarts, etc. Since I am a somewhat frugal person I always try to save money when it comes to shopping, even though I do very little of the grocery shopping. One thing I realized this evening is that buying the bigger container isn’t always the best deal.