Next week, I am going to provide you with 6 weeks worth of dinner menus that will help you keep your grocery budget low. But, in order to keep your weekly grocery budget to a minimum, you need to keep a pantry stocked with certain items.
The best way to purchase pantry staples and save a ton of money is to be prepared to buy when they reach a rock-bottom price.
How do you know when an item is at the best price?
If you are very new to the stockpile method, you might be wondering how to recognize a rock-bottom price. I wish I could just give you a price list and be done with it, but unfortunately, prices vary by region and the low prices in my area might not apply to you.
So… you need to do your homework.
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Starting with your next trip to the store, take along the pantry list (below) and make a note of the price. One you are back home, make a note when you see a sales ad featuring a lower price.
If you are attentive to the prices, you will soon notice the lowest price of each season. Even more, you will be able to predict the sales cycle, knowing what will be on sale and when.
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