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I’ve been making menus, clipping coupons, and shopping grocery sales since way back when our family only had one job, one kid, one car, and no money. In other words, I’ve been at this gig a long time. A very, very long time.
And if there’s one thing I’ve learned over the years, it’s that there’s always more to learn. There are always more ways to save money. More tricks of the trade. I love that. I get totally geeked out about new and improved ways to save money. Love. it.
That’s why I was so incredibly impressed with the Grocery University audio course. It is a grocery shopping education, for sure. Even an old “expert” like me learned several new tricks. It’s a complete system covering everything from menu planning, to coupon clipping and stockpiling. It provides a step-by-step blueprint for saving money on your grocery budget.
With over two hours of instruction and a 40-page student workbook, it’s packed with information. And while some of the tips may seem a little advanced and perhaps a bit time consuming, there are plenty of money-saving ideas to choose from, even if you aren’t wanting to implement them all right away. I’ve listened through the program more than once, and I’ve learned something new each time.
For the rest of 2013, Grocery University is on sale for $2.99. That’s a crazy good price! Because of the amount of money it can save, it would have paid for itself at the normal price of $19.95, but I was shocked to find it for just $2.99. Oh, and there’s a 60-day money-back guarantee, so if you don’t find it helpful you can get your three bucks back. Again, crazy.
Through this 31-Days to a Better Grocery Budget series, I’ve attempted to give you a basic understanding of how I save money on our grocery bill. Grocery University is like the master’s program to what I shared with you. If you’re serious about saving money, it’s a sure investment.
Tomorrow (hopefully) we’ll be rounding-up this 31-Days to a Better Grocery Budget series. Don’t miss it!