I've given up "coupons" for AD MATCH!
You can still save money with coupons, clipping, pricing, checking prices usually "brand name" products sitting on the shelf next to lower price store brands is it really worth it?
To save money not just on grocery shopping but major purchases I've gone to ad matching. Over my morning coffee I check the weekly grocery ads finding items I NEED, making my list and preparing to save a lot of money.
Here is an example I use every day:
Milk is usually priced at $2.59 a gallon, but it is advertised almost every week by the major chain stores for $1.79 to $1.89 a gallon. Simple savings on ad match of 80 cents per gallon, four gallons a week is over three dollars.. Another one that keeps coming up lately are eggs. Must be the price of feed, I see $1.59 to more a dozen for eggs. However watching the weekly ads, I see specials on eggs at 88 to 99 cent a dozen. A savings of over a dollar on two dozen eggs.
There you have the picture, just remember like comodities, brand name to brand name or store brand to store brand. On meats value pack to value pack . I find some stores are even ad matching deals like 10 for $10, "mix and match" products.
Finding "ad match" merchants takes a little more effort, but well worth the time. The big promoter and ad match advertiser of course is Walmart, however other stores ad match, just ask!
WALMART NO LONGER HONORS AD MATCH
No matter what you are needing to buy from household products to major appliances, know who sells it, and who offers price matching. When you start asking around you will be surprised at the number of retailers do ad match.
A twist to ad matching, some merchants match prices if you bring them a competitors ad within a period time after you have purchased the from their store. This works well with major appliance purchases or home improvement materials saving major dollars.
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Another number of stores only match prices for online purchases. Check before you buy office supplies, Staples, Office Max and Office Depot are highly competitive online.
Others worth checking for their ad match policies, JoAnne Fabrics, Michael's Arts and Crafts, Hobby Lobby, Sears and JC Penny.
You can still find savings with coupons....OH YES!...Rebates! Price matching is easy daily, with your coffee or hot chocolate and cereal in the mornings. Never forget additional senior or military discount days.
The important thing is remember to ASK!