Grocery shopping can be stressful. From ensuring you have everything your family needs to making sure you don’t empty your bank account in the process, the experience can be quite overwhelming. Luckily, there are ways to save money on groceries and still get what your family needs.
Shopping at your local Food Lion seems like a simple answer to your problems. Although, you may not notice the savings, you will once you get and MVP card. These cards are available to all customers free of charge. With the card, you receive a fair discount on individual items. At the stores, the price is listed on the shelf, then under it in yellow is the MVP price. You can receive discounts on almost every item in the store. I’ve personally done the math for what I’d pay at regular price compared to my MVP prices and saved over fifty dollars in just one visit. If you’re not asked about an MVP card, be sure to ask your cashier. The savings are amazing.
Aldi is my grocery store of choice. Their website is helpful with savings as well as store locating. My local Aldi is merely half a mile from my home in North Carolina. The store offers extremely discounted prices on quality products. I recently purchased two weeks worth of food for my fiance and I for just under sixty dollars. The store’s prices simply cannot be beaten. You’ll find everything your family needs in one stop at a great price.
Just Save is another favorite of mine. The store offers a great deal on meats. They allow you to pick five meats for only twenty dollars. I’ve gotten steaks, hamburger, chicken quarters, pork chops and sausage all at once for just twenty dollars. In a world where one top choice steak can run over twenty dollars itself, this deal simply cannot be beaten. The stores also offer discount prices on every item on their shelves.
These stores, along with their special deals, have saved my thousands of dollars in my lifetime. I rarely ever shop anywhere else for groceries. I’d be a fool to ignore the amazing prices and deals that these chains offer. I always make sure I have my MVP card in my wallet and an extra quarter for a shopping cart at Aldi just in case. The very best prices are all that will do for my family. Don’t break the bank with each grocery store visit.