Friday, January 15, 2010
5:13 AM No comments
Do you know what good prices are for cooking oil, laundry detergent, powdered milk, shampoo, etc. in your area, how often these go on sale and which grocery store usually has these at the lowest and best prices? If you don't, a price book could be a good tool to add to your savings.
Create your own price book to track how much you spend on each regular item that you purchase and you'll soon know when something is a good buy and even how much you need to buy to last until the next sale.
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