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10 Grocery Shopping Tips As Told By Animals

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You'll probably buy more than you need for that week because your stomach is doing the thinking instead of your brain, which can lead to more impulse buys.
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You'll probably buy more than you need for that week because your stomach is doing the thinking instead of your brain, which can lead to more impulse buys.

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Larger cuts of meat tend to be cheaper!
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Larger cuts of meat tend to be cheaper!

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This usually leads to more of a bang for your buck!
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This usually leads to more of a bang for your buck!

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Go for BOGO only when you planned to purchase the item to begin with. If the second one's free, and the price on the first one seems fair, it's a win. But if it's 50% off, think about whether you really need it.
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Go for BOGO only when you planned to purchase the item to begin with. If the second one's free, and the price on the first one seems fair, it's a win. But if it's 50% off, think about whether you really need it.

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Uncrowded aisles give you more time to find the best savings. You get to carefully compare prices without feeling rushed!
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Uncrowded aisles give you more time to find the best savings. You get to carefully compare prices without feeling rushed!

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These foods are usually cheaper to make at home!
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These foods are usually cheaper to make at home!

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These items snag your attention because they're usually under $5. Ask yourself if you really need the item because they can definitely add up.
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These items snag your attention because they're usually under $5. Ask yourself if you really need the item because they can definitely add up.

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Coupons can provide some amazing deals. Some stores will even match competitor coupons when they're not running a deal themselves, double the value of a coupon, or waive expiration dates.
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Coupons can provide some amazing deals. Some stores will even match competitor coupons when they're not running a deal themselves, double the value of a coupon, or waive expiration dates.

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Take a moment to look high and low. You may find items at lower prices, along with generic or store brands. Also, watch out for items placed at your kids' eye-level; more affordable options for them may also be found higher up.
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Take a moment to look high and low. You may find items at lower prices, along with generic or store brands. Also, watch out for items placed at your kids' eye-level; more affordable options for them may also be found higher up.

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Merchandisers often arrange expensive items with appealing, grand displays. Meanwhile, older (and often more affordable) items are shelved plainly in the rear.
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Merchandisers often arrange expensive items with appealing, grand displays. Meanwhile, older (and often more affordable) items are shelved plainly in the rear.

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Each tip obtained from Chase except items 2, 3, and 6.