These are the grocery shopping savings resources I’ve found that have helped me save money at the grocery store and make the grocery shopping process as easy as possible.
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I have learned just about everything I know about couponing and saving money at the grocery store from this book. It’s a perfect book for beginner couponers or veteran couponers alike.
Dining on a Dime Cookbook has plenty of recipes for cooking, cleaning, entertaining your kids, and for getting beautiful for date night with your husband; all while saving you money!
A great website for learning how to coupon and finding great deals/coupons.
A website where you can earn points for the coupons you print and redeem. These points can be redeemed for gift cards.
This website will give you access to lots of different coupons.
On this website, you can print coupons, find local deals, and even find recipes.
You can select coupon deals from this website. After you make a purchase, you scan your receipt and claim the deals. You accumulate money that you can cash out.
This is one of my favorite rebate programs. After shopping at Walmart, you scan your receipt here. If they find a price that is lower than what you purchased, you get the difference. Once you’ve reached an amount you want to redeem, you can redeem it for a Walmart gift card.
Recipe Websites to Help You Shop Your Pantry
On all of these websites, you can list the ingredients you have in your pantry, and they’ll give you lots of recipe ideas.
Meal Planning Website
The $5 Meal Plan is a great solution for busy moms who want to save time and money! It’s a weekly meal plan service that helps make your meal planning quick and easy. It’s only $5 a month, and you’ll receive a meal plan where every meal only costs about $2 per person. The best thing is, there’s a 14-day free trial!
Magnetic Dry Erase Board (several choices)
I use this to keep track of what we have in our freezer. This inventory helps me know what I have available when I meal plan, and helps me know what I run out of and need to purchase.
Magnetic Dry Erase Weekly Organizer (the one I use)
I use this to keep track of our meals for the week. I just look at it every morning and see what meat I need to take out for the next day, and also to see what I’m cooking that day. It’s been a very helpful organizational tool.
This is a great way to portion out the meat you buy in bulk from a warehouse store. You just separate the meat by pounds.
Coupon Organizer from Etsy
I use this every week when I go grocery shopping to keep track of the coupons I’m using at each store.
A great way to organize all the coupons you find, and you can bring it with you to the grocery store.
A lot of people like using a coupon binder so they can clearly see all of their coupons in clear sheet divided protectors while they’re grocery shopping.
Pretty coupon organizers that fit in your purse so that you always have your coupons handy in case you need them.
You can use this to keep your weekly coupons from the Sunday paper organized by date.
This shopping list has been a huge help for me to keep me from forgetting things at the store and keeps me from buying more than I intend. Also, since it’s on the refrigerator, the rest of my family can write items on there when they run out of something and need more.