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Number of Pages: 272
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2010
|Dimensions: 8.25 X 7.50 (inches)|
Cut Your Grocery Bill in Half with America's Cheapest Family: Includes So Many Innovative Strategies You Won't Have to Cut Coupons - eBookSteve EconomidesThomas Nelson / 2010 / ePub$9.994 Stars Out Of 5 9 Reviews
The Coupon Mom's Guide to Cutting Your Grocery Bills in HalfStephanie NelsonAvery Trade / 2009 / Trade Paperback$14.40 Retail:Video
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You Can Save Thousands a Year on Your Grocery Bill Without Cutting Coupons
Imagine grocery shopping once-a-week or less, eating healthier, and having more free timeall while saving money. Sound too good to be true? For the Economides family, its a reality, and it can be yours too.
What could the average family do with an extra $3,000 a year? Americas Cheapest Family® shows you strategies, tips, tools, and tricks in Cut Your Grocery Bill in Half, so you can achieve huge savings year after year. Its a fact, the Economides say, saving money on groceries is one of the quickest ways to start making a positive difference in your familys financial future.
And these tips and strategies can work whether youre shopping for seven or for one.
- Spend less time shopping and cooking
- Get more bang for your grocery buck
- Plan meals for picky eaters and busy schedules
- Discover kitchen tools that streamline meal preparations
- Learn many ways to eat out or eat in and save big
- Turn your freezer into a money-making machine
"Many people think that it's impossible to reduce your grocery bill by 50%. But you can. Steve and Annette Economides provide step-by-step instructions in "Cut Your Grocery Bill in Half." Tools that are practical and easy to follow. No special shopping or cooking skills required. Anyone can see a surprising reduction in their grocery budget if they follow the Economides' methods. And, best of all, the savings begin right away. You don't need to finish the whole book to benefit. You'll find money-saving ideas that you can put to use in the first chapter, and every chapter thereafter. Normally I advise people to check books out of the library and save the cost of the book. But this is one do-it-yourself guide to lower grocery bills that you'll want to have on your bookshelf or kitchen countertop."
Gary Foreman, Publisher, The DollarStretcher.com
If you are eager to save on groceries, but don't always have the time to clip coupons, this book is for you! Its perfect if you're interested in more ways to cut costs, reduce waste, and get organized. This is an awesome book for the novice or the skilled cook.
Tawra Kellam and Jill Coopereditors of LivingOnADime.com and authors of Dining On A Dime Cookbook
I've known Steve and Annette for several years and they definitely live what they believe. If you're serious about spending less money at the grocery store, this book offers some practical ways to achieve your goal. When it comes to stretching your dollar, I know of no one with more experience than Steve and Annette.
TracyCanadaAge: 25-34Gender: female3 Stars Out Of 5It was okayJanuary 28, 2013TracyCanadaAge: 25-34Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 3I have to say, I wasn't a 100% impressed with this book, I was really prepared to like this, and lean alot from this couple. However I found that most advice was a lot of common sense, or advice seen on a lot of the debt-help shows. Plus, as a Canadian, I didn't feel like a lot of what was suggested would work for us anyway (we don't have the same types of sales, etc...). So while there was a lot of good advice in the book, to me it was something that either I'd already heard/read, or would have figured out on my own.
I liked some of the suggestions, but other ones struck me as unrealistic, or not something you'd want to do (such as freezing your milk, I always find that my milk tastes different, and not in a good way!) But I did really appreciate all the recipes they provided, I'm always happy to learn to make something new in the kitchen. Especially when the recipes were so budget friendly!!
The book was however well written and in an easy to read format, so it wasn't a struggle to get through. So I'd still recommend this to people, but would say its more for an American family rather than a Canadian.
NCPatriotMomYanceyville, NCAge: 35-44Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Worth the moneyJanuary 23, 2011NCPatriotMomYanceyville, NCAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 5There are some really good tips in this book, and I appreciate that they don't push coupon cutting on busy families. We are a family of ten, and so any cost-saving advice is appreciated, but a lot of the tips I have already heard - so for me, it was a reminder of things I already knew. But for someone else, there could be a lot of very good knowledge gained here. Overall I recommend this to any family looking for ways to cut the budget in this area.
taltracy4 Stars Out Of 5Great book, but I can't load it on my Sony readerJanuary 9, 2011taltracyQuality: 4Value: 3Meets Expectations: 3I bought this from CBD, because I wanted to load it onto my Sony reader, but it won't transfer over. This limits me to read it on my computer, which I can't carry around with me. Other than that problem, the book was/is a great purchase.
Michelle COntario, CanadaAge: 25-34Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Some great tips you should apply in your shopping.January 7, 2011Michelle COntario, CanadaAge: 25-34Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4My Thoughts:
I'm one of those people, who if I can get it cheap or free, I put the extra effort in. So I was excited to read this book, looking for some other tips how to cut some of the bills. Since I do shop in the US often for groceries, I found the much of the advice useful. And some of the tips, I was already doing. There are some great ideas for a family to save some money. Great advice for someone just starting to reduce the bills for groceries. Some ideas where common sense. But if you apply just a few ideas, you will save money. I did enjoy this book and will share it with some of my budget conscious friends. My personal favourite site to find a deal in Canada is www.smartcanucks.ca
The wonderful folks at Thomas Nelson provided me with a complimentary copy of this book through Booksneeze. My opinions were my own.
JBirdColoradoAge: 45-54Gender: female3 Stars Out Of 5E Reader?December 31, 2010JBirdColoradoAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 3Value: 3Meets Expectations: 3STILL looking forward to reading this, but so far the e reader on my Droid is not decipherable, and I didn't purchase the e version planning to be chained to my PC. So far the whole experience is a no go, but I'm hopeful I will actually be able to read it someday...
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