Many people ask me how I’ve been able to save thousands of dollars. The majority has been using one tool – The Grocery Game. I’ve been using this site for nearly five years. I guarantee it works.
There are a couple of things that you need to know before I tell you all about it …
(1) it takes 12 weeks before you are in a full rotation with coupons. Coupons come in quarterly cycles (each cycle is 12 weeks). If you’ll commit to sticking it out that long, you’ll see a big savings. I started seeing noticeable savings about 7 weeks in.
(2) understand how to stockpile. That means, things that you like and will use a lot, buy when they are at their lowest price point. As of about two months ago, we had over 100 rolls of toilet paper. It’s the good stuff (Charmin) and I got the 20 roll packs for about $2.50 per bundle. It won’t get cheaper than that and toliet paper doesn’t spoil, so we’re all set!!!
(3) we buy 4 newspapers per Sunday. On the weekends that the Proctor and Gamble inserts are included, we buy 5 newspapers. Most PG products are expensive (laundry detergent, razors, etc.), so we get extra coupons for the deals that we can get with them.
Here are a few tidbits from the Grocery Game website!
What is The Grocery Game?
The Grocery Game is a website that can save you hundreds of dollars on your grocery bill each month. Log in, spend a few minutes with a pair of scissors, and you’re off to win The Grocery Game!
When you play, you’ll get a weekly list (called Teri’s List) of the lowest-priced products at your supermarket matched with manufacturers’ coupons and weekly specials — advertised and unadvertised. The Grocery Game does all the hard work and research, and presents it to you in a straightforward format.
What do the colors on Teri’s List mean?
Teri’s List is color-coded. Black items are a good price. Buy these if you need the item now. Blue items are for stockpiling. We do not expect this item to go lower so stock up while the price is at rock bottom. Green items are free. These are not “Buy one get one free” but are actually free after sale and coupon. All you pay is sales tax!
Why can’t I just do this on my own?
Coupon pros spend hours preparing to shop. They research ads and match their coupons to sales, only to discover twice as many un-advertised sales once they get to the store. More hours are spent standing in the aisles sifting through their files for coupons to match those sales. They save a lot of money, but most of us don’t have the time for this type of shopping.
Members of The Grocery Game eliminate those time-consuming hours and usually save even more than the coupon pros. For example, just because an item is on sale doesn’t mean its time to play your coupon. Our databases track the sales history on nearly every item in the supermarket, waiting to use a coupon on rock-bottom sales. Now, the best possible savings are quickly accessible to busy professionals, overworked moms, single adults or anyone who wants to cut their grocery bill by 50% or even more.
How do I play The Grocery Game?
Gather your coupons and Teri’s List and you will have everything you need to play. Teri’s List matches sales to coupons from weeks past, along with new coupons from this week’s Sunday paper.
You can get started with our $1 TRIAL. This will give you four weeks of playing The Grocery Game. Go to Teri’s List each week, check off the items you want to buy, print your customized list, pull the corresponding coupons and you’re off to win!
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