Monday, August 18, 2014

Cut your grocery bill.

Feeding a family on a budget can be such a challenge. It seems that lately at our house the budget is shrinking as the cost of food and other supplies are rising at a rapid rate, but never fear there is hope.  There light at the end of the tunnel.


Money saving mom, Crystal Paine has partnered up with some incredible people to bring you Grocery University.  I have been a follower of Crystal and her blog  for about 5 years. It began as I embarked upon learning how to coupon and how to save money. During the process I stumbled upon her blog and have not looked back. I have learned many a skill from her writings. She is a true inspiration.

The information that she and her associates share should prove itself invaluable.  They have spent many years learning how to win at the "grocery game"  They are ready and willing to share and teach others the skills that they have spent a lifetime learning by trial and error.  I am grateful for those who have learned and are willing to help me so that I don't have to learn by trial and error. I love having someone that will help me see and avoid the most common traps and pitfalls.

You can get your own Grocery University Course by clicking the link below.


It gets even better!  They are launching a brand new updated version of the course TOMMORROW: Tuesday August 19th. 

Mark your Calendar (and your alarm) 
Tuesday August 19th
Beginning at  5 am central time

5 am price is $2.97
8 am pricing is $3.97
11 am $4.97
2 pm   $5.97
5 pm   $6.97
8 pm   $7.97
11 pm  $8.97

Happy shopping

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  1. thanks for the tip. I've not been to her site lately, but hopping over there now.

  2. Interesting. Do you think this works in Australia as well or just US? I don't think we are as big on coupons over here.

  3. Got my alarm set. Looking forward to learning some great stuff. Thank you for sharing at Monday's Musings.

  4. Here coupons are non existing.. :) (I live in Norway)

  5. Using coupons is a great way to save money! Thanks for sharing with SYC.

  6. Thanks for the tips! I do appreciate you sharing with Home and Garden Thursday,