For some people, a trip to the grocery store is a breeze. For many others, however, it’s a recipe for disaster. Between the countless options available, misleading price tags, and long register lines, it’s easy to wander around a supermarket for hours. For these reasons we often spend a lot more money than we originally planned to.
Fortunately, people have come up with a number of tips that are saving shoppers both time and money in the grocery store. Follow these recommendations and you’ll never be left shocked and frustrated by the total on your receipt again. Not only will you be able to keep more money in your wallet, but you’ll save some time as well!
Don’t Be Fooled by These Deals
Grocery stores will often offer a reduced price on an item if you buy a certain amount. For example, they might have a sign for two boxes of cereal for $5.
However, it may not be necessary to buy both boxes to get the sale price. If you read the fine print, you may notice that you can buy a single box of that cereal for $2.50.