Tracking food costs can help cut your everyday grocery bill--find out how!
Keep Your Book Current
Now that you have a record of a store's sales cycle, check in each month to make sure your book is up-to-date. Inflation and climate changes can cause prices to fluctuate, so sub in new figures when you see them consistently. Consider those your new "buy prices."
- Kristin Cooper of couponingtodisney.com did it! "If you don't periodically check your prices in-store, your book will be outdated. For example, produce costs have been all over the map lately due to droughts, so it's essential for me to monitor trends."
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