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Coupon Moms Play the Grocery Game and Save!

August 18th, 2006 at 09:47 am


Many Moms understand the value of clipping coupons because in the long run coupons can save hundreds within a given year. There is more good news for the Frugal Coupon Clipping Mom. Teri's Grocery Game proves to be an invaluable source of insider deals from your local grocery store. The Grocery Game was also featured a few weeks ago by the Today Show.

You gain access to Teri's List by signing up for a $1.00 4 week trial membership at which you can cancel anytime. The GG message board is a fabulous spot to gain insight and tips from other moms. There are five lists in total from which to choose from, mine include Fry's, Safeway, Albertson's, Walgreens, and CVS. The great thing about each store list is Teri has taken the liberty to highlight each item; black for regular sale items, blue for items you should stock up on, and green for items that are free.The list is organized as followed:

Item Description
Original Price
Sale Price
Manufacturer's Coupon (from newspaper)
Store Coupon
Final Price
Amount Saved

Why can't I just do this on my own?
...members of The Grocery Game eliminate all of those time consuming hours and usually save even more time and money than most "coupon pros". Even "coupon pros" can make costly mistakes. Just because an item is on sale doesn't mean its time to play your coupon. The Grocery Game databases differentiate between "phantom sales" and "rock bottom" sales, saving members even more money. Now, the best possible savings are quickly accessible to "coupon pros", busy professionals, overworked moms, single adults and anyone who wants to cut their grocery bill by as much as half or even more.



UPDATE Before You decide if Grocery Game is for you check out these other sites as well:


mschluckbier Wrote:
The problem with the grocery game is that it makes you pay for information that is readily available at MANY other sites for free. My favorites are HotCoupon World and Families.com, as well as Refund Cents. I am a HUGE coupon advocate, but am a huge advocate of saving any money that needs not be spend and people who just look a little further down the google page, can find the information for free, very easily.

Meredith wrote: Try budget101.comit's like the grocery game but free.



10 Responses to “Coupon Moms Play the Grocery Game and Save!”

  1. mschluckbier Says:

    The problem with the grocery game is that it makes you pay for information that is readily available at MANY other sites for free. My favorites are www.hotcouponworld.com and families.com, as well as refund cents. I am a HUGE coupon advocate, but am a huge advocate of saving any money that needs not be spend and people who just look a little further down the google page, can find the information for free, very easily.

  2. Eve15 Says:

    Wow Great info thanks so much for sharing! I will be sure to check out those sites! I agree with you on saving any money that needs not be spent. There is also a great site called PinchingYourPennies.com that is also a great reference on freebies, online coupons, and internet deals.

  3. Meredith Says:

    Try the Grocery Guide @ http://www.budget101.com

    It's just like the Grocery Game but free!

  4. Eve15 Says:


    thanks so much meredith!

  5. KayLiza Says:

    I would rather not spend money on something that I can get for free. However, every ones time has a different price. [www.madaboutsavings.com] is a great free information and trading coupon site with a lot of helpful and friendly people. Check it out and then decide.

  6. wayne pierce Says:

    need to save money

  7. Katy Says:

    Well, I looooove the Grocery Game, although I have used other sites in the past along with my own methods. Without fail the Grocery Game website saves me far more than others. This week I had a bill at Ralph's grocery store for $58.13 and using the Grocery Game list paid $10.33. My necessity and "great deals" shopping was mostly done at Von's (a Safeway store), and I saved 79% off of my total bill...getting lots of freebies and tons of stuff for just pennies. I still paid 1/3 less than I regularly would at a store for a week's worth of grocieries (and household cleaners, soaps, detergents, shampoos, etc)! I'm a believer in her site...but not a blind follower. It never hurts to check out other ideas. I'm just saying she saves me the most and by going to the source that's worked the best for me I save time, too...and that's what I really value! Try it out! It's free for 12 weeks! What's to lose?

  8. Jessica Says:

    I like www.couponmom.com even better than budget101 because they allow you to sort their lists by the different columns, including %savings. They also list coupons and what flyer they were in, which budget101 doesn't do. Just as good as grocery game, if you ask me, and I've been using GG for a long time.

  9. monica Says:

    I like the grocery game because it lists stores for me that couponmom and the like do not. I can only get Jewel on coupon mom but I can get Meijers on thegrocerygame.

  10. jen Says:

    The Grocery Game drives me crazy because you can get the exact same infor for FREE on hotcouponworld, couponmom, etc.- and you can get all the lists!!!! I want to help the poor people who continue to pay for these lists but I can't- the message boards won't allow you to post any information like this!

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