The Grocery Game

The Grocery Game is a website established in 2000 by founder Teri Gault, a mother of two. She decided to help by sharing her grocery saving tips with a wider audience after doing it for her own family and later for friends. Initially, Teri was the normal coupon clipper and sale hunter like some of us are, but then she realized she was saving quite a bit on her grocery bills. Now, the website has grown all over the U.S. and in Canada.

The website watches and matches coupons and sales for grocery stores around the United States and Canada. This is designed to ensure that you can maximize your savings. Some of its members have reported an average savings of as much as 80%. The Grocery Game may help you save money and time, as well.

One benefit of the site is that it features both advertised and unadvertised sales; hence, you may get a deal on the site you may not find elsewhere. Further, the color-coded sales lists advice you on those rock bottom prices that are a very good deal and you are advised to stock up on the items. Black is for those that are of good value. Blue, for those items you should stock up on. Whereas, green is for free items.

Why clip thousands of coupons when you have a coupon-sale matching website that caters to your zip code and make the work easier for you?

The down side is that there is a fee that could set you back at least $65 annually. The first one-month trial is $1 to access all grocery stores on the list. In the subsequent months, the cost is $10 for every two months, and in the event that you decide to access an additional store, the additional fee is $5 per store. This means that you will have to pay $56 per annum for one store, but this will obviously not be enough so you will need additional stores, which will raise the cost.

The Grocery Game is worth a try!