See How Tangible Your Grocery Store Savings Are

Do you find that you don't have the extra money to stock up on items that suddenly go on sale for a really unbeatable price? One way to solve this is to begin putting whatever dollar amount you saved using coupons, buying an item on sale, etc., into a jar.

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For example, if you bought something using a 50-cent coupon, put 50-cents into a jar. Many stores print the amount you saved on that particular shopping trip somewhere on the receipt. If you do this faithfully, you will not only have a stash of cash available to take advantage of the really good sales, you will also be able to see with your own eyes how tangible your savings really are.

By Leann D

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