My Food Storage Deals: Wow! I love getting a good deal!

Wow! I love getting a good deal!

>> Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Do you want to know how to buy ALL of these groceries
for only $101.25?
*7 dozen large eggs
*18 29oz. cans peaches/pears
*28 boxes of Kellogg’s cereal
*6 lbs. bacon
*3 french bread loaves
*1 lb. carrots & 1.5 lbs. grapes
*20 Frigo string cheeses
*2 lbs. fresh peaches
*bunch of bananas
*3 lbs. tomatoes on the vine
*4 lbs. sour cream
*8 ears of corn on the cob
*5 lbs. ground beef
*4 gallons of milk

By becoming a member to My Food Storage Deals we will teach you how to ONLY buy those items on sale for ROCK BOTTOM PRICES and help you plan your meals around what is on sale! We can save you HUNDREDS of dollars by telling you which items are on sale from the FIVE major grocery stores for LESS than Costco and Walmart. When you stock up on what’s on sale, you are building up your food storage with the LOWEST POSSIBLE prices!
It will save you TIME & MONEY!

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JamieBean July 24, 2008 at 9:56 AM  

I just have a quick looks like you just went to Wal-mart and did ALL of your shopping, getting them to price match. I called Wal-mart lastnight and they told me they will only match prices from other stores' ads if it is the same exact item and the same brand. How did you get them to match the bacon, milk, eggs, peaches etc...??

Lyon Pride July 29, 2008 at 2:11 AM  

How do you store eggs when you stock up on them?

myfoodstoragedeals July 30, 2008 at 10:51 AM  

Check with your Walmart, some are much more lenient than others ;0) Even if they only match the price of meat and produce, it would be worth your time and money.

Jen July 30, 2008 at 1:57 PM  

I talked to the walmart close to me and they won't match the rebate prices from stores like albertsons and Smiths. They will match the price before the rebate, but not after. You know when they have the buy 10 get $10 off or whatever...check with your particular store before you go take the time to shop there. Usually they'll match store brand for their store brand. I asked why some stores were still doing this and the lady said that all walmart stores have the same policies, but some are more strict with their cashiers about adhering to them. It would be nice if it were the same everywhere

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