Tips To Help You Start Grocery Shopping on a Budget

Avoid Snack Packs

It may be tempting to buy yourself or your children portion-controlled snack packs.

Shop at Farmer's Markets for Produce

If there is a farmer's market in your city, think about buying fresh vegetables there.

Sign Up for Grocery Store Emails

Sign up for your grocery store's email newsletters if you want coupons delivered right to your inbox.

Buy Necessities in Bulk

It should be simple to find your necessities in bulk if you belong to Costco or Sam's Club.

Shop The Store Brand as Much as Possible

Nearly all grocery stores offer their own brands at a discount compared to name-brand alternatives.

Get Creative With Leftovers

Frequently, leftovers from one meal can be used for other dinners the rest of the week.

Pay in Cash

When using a debit card, people are more likely to make larger purchases.

Use Store Rewards Cards

Most supermarkets, including Safeway, provide free rewards cards to new customers.

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