MaxMyShopping is coming back with even more ways to save money on groceries without really trying!!!
LET’S JUST FACE IT! Some of us will never be disciplined or organized enough to be a “couponer” but we still want to be a frugal and savvy shopper.
All money-saving experts agree that the NUMBER ONE way to save money on groceries is to shop the weekly sales. And it’s really the ONLY way to find the lowest price on fresh produce, meat, and seafood because there ARE no coupons for those items.
But WHO has time to scour through all those flyers??? Wouldn’t it be nice if there was an easy and fast way to find out where YOUR stuff is on sale this week? Well GUESS WHAT!?!?!?
Our Grocery Sale Analyzer works just like a typical spreadsheet allowing you to search, sort, and filter to compare local grocery sale prices side by side. This is coming very, very soon!
OK, you can save PLENTY of money using the Grocery Sale Analyzer but it can be a bit time-consuming to compare every item on your grocery list. Soooo, we’ve done some of the work for you and created pre-filtered lists for current sale prices on beer, wine, produce, meat, seafood, organic items, and more. We call them Easy Lists.
These Easy Lists make saving money on groceries in the Piedmont Triad even FASTER because you can find the lowest prices with just a few clicks. The Easy Lists will be released at the same time as the Grocery Sale Analyzer.
The Grocery Sale TRACKER is also coming. This tool allows you to set a profile of products you always buy at the stores where you always shop and then receive a weekly email letting you know where the sales are. This will essentially allow you to “set it and forget it” and save on groceries without really trying.
This will be released as soon after the Grocery Sale Analyzer as possible.
Beginning with the release of the Grocery Sale Analyzer, each week we create a Suggested Donation Shopping List containing the best deals on the products that most food pantries and food banks prefer to receive as donations.
We encourage our subscribers to follow our Spend5aTrip campaign and spend a minimum of $5 per grocery trip on food donations. We show you how to get the most bang for that 5 bucks.