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At the beginning of March, I posted my top produce prices and since then I have received dozens of emails, requesting I post a stock-up price list for everything that we buy.
Subscribe to our email list to receive a FREE video outlining my top 5 tips for saving money on groceries. I made up a spreadsheet of the prices at Walmart, No Frills and Food Basics when I first retired but found things come in so many different sizes and as prices increased I had to keep updating.
Actually, I have never seen a ketchup coupon, the reason this is under FREE is because I won’t pay for it. Most of the items are filled out, so you just have to enter in your own personal stock-up prices.


I have been thinking about doing something like this for meat for a few weeks now but haven’t gotten around to it. We don’t use it much, so I will usually get a few bottles during a bonus redemption at Shoppers Drug Mart.
I currently live in Holland where prices are so different, we don’t even have coupons!! We're dedicated to helping you learn the exact strategies to saving big money every time you shop.
There are also some blank spaces at the end of each category for you to add in additional items. I can never remember what a good price is for some of the meat that we don’t eat all the time (roast etc.) and I REFUSE to pay more than I have to!!


Luckily we are moving to Canada this summer so I find your website and this post very helpfull. This post has inspired me to go through my pantry and document prices for the things that we use all the time.
This will come in so handy when making my grocery list each week and can’t remember what a great price for something is.




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