I have been using a grocery price book for years to save money at the grocery store.
I thought I’d share a free, printable version of my grocery price book.
Basically, the price book helps you to –
- Create a list of frequently purchased products (foods, heath care items, beauty aids, etc.)
- Track prices – and only purchase products when they are truly “on sale”
Click here to read more about how I actually use my grocery store price book to save money.
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Here’s a preview of the price book –
Click the following links to download printable versions of the grocery store price book –
(Please note – If you print these out, just as they are, you should be able to fold them in half to create a “book”.Â Print a copy on both sides, and you’ll get four “pages” from one piece of paper.Â Punch hole down the middle and you can put them in a notebook.Â Also, if you don’t want to printout the forms, simply modify the spreadsheet and enter the data on your computer.)
An example of how this works…
I’ve been tracking the price of Canned Corn at my local grocery store.Â For months, the price of Canned Corn hovered around .50 per can.Â In September, the price dropped to .40 per can.Â A great time to buy, right?Â Nope.Â I knew, because of my grocery price book, that they tended to drop even further nearer Thanksgiving.Â So, I waited – and last week, Canned Corn was on sale for .25 per can!Â I stocked up, and now we have enough Canned Corn to last the winter and enough to donate to the local food drive.
Feel free to modify the price book for your own use!Â If you come up with a way to make the price book even more useful, please leave a comment and let me know!
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