Quiz – What Kind of Grocery Shopper Are You?

Quiz – What Kind of Grocery Shopper Are You?

Take this quiz to find out what kind of grocery shopper you are, and then discover how to maximize your savings!

1. I usually go to the grocery once a week.

True / False

2. I always plan my meals and take a list to the grocery.

True / False

3. My friends call me the coupon queen!

True / False

4. I like to look at the ads & shop more than 1 grocery store.

True / False

5. I don’t work, so I have a lot of time to grocery shop.

True / False

6. I know a good price when I see one.

True / False

Score yourself…

If you answered “True” to 5 or more questions, you are probably already familiar with couponing and grocery savings! Why don’t you write an article on grocery savings!

If you answered “True” to 2-4 ‘re well on your way to saving lots of money at the grocery! A few tips, and you’ll be saving even more! Consider these grocery saving tips…

A� The best way to save money with coupons is to use them when the item is on is known as “coupon matching.” A simple web search will turn up lots of coupon matching sites that will do the work for you!.

A� You need to dedicate about an hour a week to planning your meals, making your list, gathering coupons & shopping more than 1 grocery store. The savings are well worth it. If you’re a stay at home mom, consider this your $100 per hour job!

A� Make sure you know your prices! We are creatures of habit, and we all generally buy many of the same products week after week. Take a moment this week and make a list of your 20 most common grocery purchases and get to know the prices! Always compare unit prices (price per oz., price per lb., etc.). Unit prices can be found in the fine print on the grocery store shelf price tag. Don’t assume that the bulk item is always the best price!

If you answered “True” to 1 question or none at may not have the time or interest to maximize your grocery savings. The best way for you to maximize your grocery savings is to shop a low price grocery store and stick to buying store brands. Did you know that switching to store brands will save you 25%!

Your challenge for the week…implement the grocery shopping method that will work best for your lifestyle, and you’ll discover huge savings right away! I’ve gone from spending an average of $350 a week on groceries to $200 a week (we’re a family of 5 with 3 teens!).