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Cut your grocery bill in half - book review

January 3rd, 2011 at 12:45 pm

I got this book from the library. It's written by Steve and Annette Economides - the so called America's Cheapest Family. I thought it was pretty good. Especially for people who haven't already tried a lot of different ways to cut their grocery spending. But there are even ideas for people who have been frugal for a long time. Worth reading at least and if you are new to frugal living very worth while.

I went to Walgreens again today and got 2 more flu and dishwashing detergent deals. I also got the following deal on Boost.

24.00 - 4 6-packs of Boost @ 2/12
-12.00 - 4 $3 coupon
12.00 - got back a $5 RR, wyb $20 in certain products get $5 back. So I ended up paying $7 for the 4 6-packs, which is the normal price for 1.

I'm starting to get my birthday freebies in my email. My birthday is next week and I sign up for a lot of freebies. Today I got email for a free gourmet burger at Red Robin, a free bowl of noodles at Noodles and Company and $5 off at Jason's Deli.

3 Responses to “Cut your grocery bill in half - book review”

  1. ThriftoRama Says:

    Do you need to have a Walgreens store card to get RR or do they print on everyone's receipts? I'm new at all this!

  2. Homebody Says:

    No card for Walgreens!

  3. retire@50 Says:

    Walgreens rules are different from other stores. They are a little harder to master. You don't need a card, but unlike other stores where you can use a $$ on your next order register reward/catalina with other coupons, with Walgreens they consider those a manufacture coupon and you can only use 1 manufacture coupon per item. Go here for a primer on using coupons at Walgreens


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