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SD Tips: Find the Best Grocery Deals
For many people, groceries take up a huge chunk of the budget. Fortunately, there are ways to save money beyond simply eating like a poor college student. From the way you shop, to where and when you shop, saving on groceries just takes a little planning. We’ve put together all the grocery coupons and deals in one place to help save you some time. Check back frequently to make sure you stay updated on the latest grocery deals and savings opportunities.
When to Shop for Groceries
Many grocery stores release their new ad sales on Wednesdays, while still honoring the previous week’s sales, making it a prime time to save. If you shop at night, you might see even more discounts on perishables from the bakery and deli, as these departments will discount items for a quick sale. As an added bonus, most grocery stores are pretty slow on Wednesday nights, so you won’t have to fight the crowds.
Where to Shop for Groceries
When it comes to picking the best place to buy grocery, get to know your options. Your local grocery store likely offers decent prices after discounts and coupons, but some grocery stores still allow coupon stacking (combining a manufacturer and store coupon), which could save you big. Publix, Safeway, Target and even Whole Foods all allow coupon stacking to some extent, so be sure to take advantage of that when you can. Finally, you may want to check out Walmart groceries, as the retailer has been focusing on cutting prices on fresh produce and other grocery items recently to compete with low-cost options like Aldi.
Online Grocery Shopping
Grocery delivery is big right now, and with newcomers trying to compete with Amazon’s grocery delivery and even Walmart online grocery options, the market is ripe with ways to save. If online grocery shopping is your new favorite thing, look for sign-on deals when you get started. Most companies will offer you a discount on your first order or free delivery on your first few orders. Additionally, if you opt for an online grocery delivery service that requires a membership, be on the lookout for free one to three-month trial deals. Finally, know that getting groceries delivered is almost always going to cost more than going into a store. It may still be worth it for you, but just make sure that you calculate all of the associated fees so you understand what the convenience of grocery delivery is going to cost you.