i have already made a hub about it, you can visit and find the answer in detail on it. If you are buying something from the hardware or garden centre it gives a lot of tips which can help you
Shopping at thrift stores can be time-consuming but if you're moving in to a new place and need stuff to fill up the kitchen and living room, the closest second hand shop should be your first stop.
If your looking for bargains I've just written a hub about the best website to use for bargain shopping which you migght find useful: http://hubpages.com/hub/Best-Bargain-Websites
There a hub dedicated to the subject - http://hubpages.com/hub/vouchercodes
Only drive to the shops once per week.
That way, you will won't be able to spend too much.....................and you'll be saving fuel!
If you want to cut down on your shopping costs make sure you use voucher codes or coupon codes. You can find out more about these here: http://hubpages.com/hub/Voucher-Codes-S … e-Easy-Way
There are actually several ways to save time and money when you shop. It all depends on what you are buying, when you want it, and how much effort you want to put into the process.
The quickest and most effective way to save money on groceries is to learn how to use coupons. This isn't as hard as it sounds, nor as time consuming.
Just buy a Sunday paper each week and save the coupon inserts. Then go to a site such as Couponmom.com. There you can choose the store(s) you shop at, along with a list of their deals. These will also list any coupons which apply and the week they appeared in the paper. I love the site because it includes an ebook which helps you maximize your coupon savings.
If you don't have the time or inclination to clip coupons, you can also buy them for pennies at Couponclppers.com.
If you are buying online, do a little comparison shopping at a site like Shopping.com, which quickly shows you where a bargain is. Depending on the merchant, you may be able to get cashback rewards at websites like Ebates.com. Check out Retailmenot.com, too. they have hundreds of online discount coupons.
You need a plan. You should know what you plan on cooking for the next 1-2 weeks and plan meals around certain items; or even better, scan for sales and then plan meals around the sales.
You should always plan long term and take advantage of low prices. When chicken is on a super sale, buy 10-15 pounds, spend an hour cutting it up and freezing it into half pound packages and then you have chicken for the next month. Buy a few packages of sausage and freeze them in packages of 2 or 3 so you can take out one meal's worth at a time.
http://www.wholesalepages.co.uk is a 100% Reliable Cheaper website that offers variety of products at only wholesale price.
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