There was a lady in line in front of me who purchased $288.32 in groceries and paid full retail for just about every single item. I was appalled. As a bargain shopper, I was shocked to see someone buy a bag of Keebler cookies for $5.99. Not even on sale! I had to wonder about this woman. Was she a wealthy woman and prided herself on how much she spent? Did she really not care? Did she need the cookies asap and couldn't wait for the next sale?
I stepped up to the cashier next. Loaded with Penny Pinchers, manufacturer's coupons, and my phone rebates. I tapped every single savings I could. I ended up with sale items totaling $20 in savings, then added $8 in coupons, $18 in Penny Pinchers, $3 on in my County Market wallet app, and $4 off Ibotta. Yeah me.
Some quick math let me know that I had saved over 30% on my small order. That got me thinking about the woman again. What if she had used apps and coupons? She couldn't have saved 30% totaling $86. I don't know about you, but I think $86 is quite a bit of money. Especially if you are shopping at least twice per month. That would pay the tv bill, the phone bill, or buy a new fancy outfit!
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