I have heard that there are websites where you can compare prices for supermarket goods. Specifically, it allows you to see where the lowest prices for each product is in your neighborhood. Then you can go to that store to buy something such as cheese or meat and get the best price possible. Has anyone else found out about this?
Raney from Seattle
By christi (Guest Post) 03/24/2006 Flag
By (Guest Post) 07/18/2006 Flag
The only one I know of is grocerygame.com but there's a fee for membership. I don't know of any free ones.
By guest (Guest Post) 03/03/2007 Flag
i have heard this is coming to WA shortly but as far as i know is not here yet
I found this one earlier
www.mygrocerydeals.com I think its free I signed up and it said it was :)
I found a website for Canadian grocery shoppers
it's free and you don't have to sign up to use any of their services.
By Dennis Baggett (Guest Post) 03/22/2008 Flag
I had heard that excessive price raises, especially before a holiday were illegal. What government group regulates food prices at major grocery chains? My Wife just went shopping at Meijer's (Allen Park, MI.). Several of the items purchased were significantly raised in price from two days prior (Meijer cooking oil went from $2.79 to $3.99 in two days). Please contact me at: DBaggett2003 AT yahoo.com
Win Dixie is the only one I know of that has a good website with prices, good luck.
I use this website, www.grocerybagsavings.com
I heard of a new one just starting. www.mygroceryspy.com