I've noticed that some things are cheaper, but seems to be related to fall harvest, not falling prices. In fact, toys took a big jump in price when stores started stocking up for Christmas. Gas is going back up in my area too.
For me, it's walking. I park near the store where I have the most shopping to do, then walk to the bank, post office and all of the rest. I get my walking in, save on gas and wear and tear on my vehicle. To pick up just one or two things, I walk from the house.
I use coupons a lot! Not for processed foods though. Got a Sit and Spin for my grandson for $10 with a coupon. Also signed up for emails at department stores for the coupons and discounts.
Our SuperTarget heavily discounts meats that get close to their expiration date. The meat is really top-notch and you can use Target coupons with the discount. Today we had chicken chili burgers with ground chicken that I got for $1.39 a pound. It's not organic, but organic is out of my price range.
I check gasbuddy.com/
to see where the lowest price gas is in town.
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