I cannot get out of the grocery store without spending close to if not over a $100. And what’s sad is, I usually have less, and less bags, too. It’s enough to drive you crazy. If you know me, you know I’m frugal. Always have been. It doesn’t matter where I’m at financially, either. During good times or bad times, I bargain shop.
I wish I had more time to really get into couponing on a more “extreme” level (don’t want to be the crazy extreme couponing lady… and no offense to the crazy coupon ladies). I truly don’t have the time for that kind of dedication, and it is time-consuming.
I do look for coupons and discount codes when I shop. I also look for the best deals, but other than that, I try to save in other ways. Check out this infographic (I practice many of these) on ways you can avoid the spending traps that grocery stores employ to get your money, as well as some great money saving tips you can use the next time you’re at the grocery store: