Supermarkets aren’t the only place to buy groceries and household goods, and in some cases the supermarket is more expensive. Drugstores (e.g. CVS, Rite Aid) sell personal care items and often have a small section for basic groceries. Large retailers (e.g. Target, Wal-Mart) are expanding their food departments to include a full range of grocery items. Wholesale stores (e.g. Costco, Sam’s Club) have a smaller selection of larger sized items. Discount Stores (e.g. ALDI, Dollar Tree) carry unfamiliar brands at low prices. Even home office stores (e.g. Office Depot, Staples) carry some “office oriented” groceries like coffee and snacks. Keep in mind, though, that some of these stores do not accept manufacturer’s coupons or do not offer special incentives like double coupons.
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