Keep Track of Prices on Common Purchases

Keep a small list of what you pay for items that you buy often. Then, when you're at another grocery/department store, you'll know if their special is really a special.

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October 8, 20070 found this helpful

I have just started doing that. I must admit that I am not a good price shopper. What I think is a sale in one store turns out not to be. With my list (especially if I do not need the item right away) I feel like I can wait for the better price.

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