We know there are certain ways to save money on groceries. There is the classic way, embarking in buying dozens of the same product to last for a year or so or spending long hours to cut coupons.

But I’m not talking about them. Let me teach you how to always have the as up on your sleeve when going shopping and end up with a + $200-$300 more in your wallet than in other months.

1. Keep Your Receipts to Get your Cash Back

Ibotta is a known company that repays consumers for any kind of groceries. The company has partnerships with more than 50 retailers and will sometimes pay you PER FRUIT. Isn’t this awesome?

You can simply download the app then before heading to the store search the items the app has offers on and add them to your list.

Among them, you can receive:

  • $1 for a box of tea
  • $5 for a box of Shiner Bock beer
  • 50 cents on frozen fruit snacks
  • and 25 cents on EVERY ITEM (that hasn’t a larger amount of cash back)

After you download the free app, you’ll automatically receive a $10 bonus.

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2. Subscribe to Receive Free Products

If you want to save money on groceries, there’s one simple way. Simply request free items.

Enfamil is a company that will give you free gifts, including deals, coupons, and testers worth $400 if you’re having a little baby. It’s a deal that will surely allow you to keep a lot of money in your pocket.

Subscribe now to save a lot of cash.

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3. Get Inspired

There are online magazines that help you make luxurios changes in your home for really small amounts of money. Free Country Living is the best example, as just by subscribing, you’ll receive a weekly newsletter with craft ideas, inspiration to renovate your home on a budget and so much more. Let’s not forget about the delicious recipes.
You’ll find out about antiques and collectibles and start being an expert in home decor just by checking it once a week.

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4. Get Your Meals Delivered for Less

Do you often wake up without time to cook and you’re hurrying everyone up to go to the closest restaurant?  Wait a sec, l’ll give you another option.

It was proven that eating at home brings the family together. Eating at the restaurant includes the time spent on the road and family members can’t talk any subject so openly in a public place. Plus, it costs more money.

Bring your family closer by simply ordering your food at home. GrubHub has prices for any pockets PLUS you’ll receive a $7 discount if you subscribe here.

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Let’s not forget about our deals article where you’ll find a lot of freebies and enjoy incredible deals. And when I say A LOT, I mean it. Have you ever thought that to save money on groceries is such an easy process?

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