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Don’t fall for the Buy X for $Y trick
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A common grocery store discount will say something like "Buy 5 cans for $5." Read the sign carefully and look for the words "Must Buy 5". If you do not see the words "Must Buy" then you can purchase as many (or as few) as you want at the discounted price.
In this example, "Buy 5 cans for $5," means that each can will cost $1. You can buy 1 for $1, 3 for $3, or 12 for $12 (or whatever limit they might have listed on the sign). It's a little trickery on the store's part, hoping to get you to buy more than you normally would
Just remember to give the cashier your store rewards card to scan, or the coupon from the paper circular, if it says that those are required to get the discount.
If the stores DOES require you to make a minimum purchase in order to get the deal, use some trickery of your own to get that to work in your favor!
Have any more tricks with this type of sale? Post them in the comments below!