Groceries

This is part three in a series on Internet Savings.  Previous articles included an overview and freebies. By combining sale prices with coupons it is possible to save a great deal on groceries and household items.  It would be difficult for the average person to be able to match coupons to sale items at all […]

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Welcome to the Carnival of Money Stories which is the first carnival hosted at Buck$ome Boomer’s Journey to Retirement.  Life has lots of  firsts (other than carnivals) and  many are related to money and finance.   This is a good chance to share stories about my first monetary experiences. Note: Just as many submissions were not included as in the carnival […]

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Even now that the recession is easing, many of us still see value in living a life of frugality. We have come to realise that frugality need not mean a restriction on enjoyment and fun. In fact, frugality could offer us even more reason to enjoy life. You may have to change the way you […]

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 Does your grocery store require the checker to circle and tell you the amount you saved each shopping trip?  The store where we do most our food shopping does and when the checker said “you saved over $96 today” the lady behind us gasped.  She was audibly surprised we could save nearly an equal amount to […]

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Kroger’s Cart Buster Savings Event is going on right now through Sunday, March 14th where you can find great prices on some of my family’s favorite brands including Pampers, Cheerios, Hamburger Helper and more in over 60 categories of products belong to the General Mills brand. To  find out the closest Kroger store to you click here and […]

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