Have you heard of the grocery game? Organized Way to Save MONEY

United States
March 1, 2007 5:45am CST
I saw a news story this morning about the grocery game. It's a pretty neat idea. Here's a brief description I found located on the website. What is The Grocery Game? The Grocery Game is a fun, easy way to save hundreds of dollars on groceries each month. TERI'S LIST reveals the "rock bottom" prices on hundreds of products each week and matches them up with manufacturers' coupons for the best possible savings at your local supermarket. The Grocery Game has exclusive databases that track manufacturers' coupons along with weekly sales and specials, both advertised and UN-advertised. With TERI'S LIST, the days of time consuming work required for effective coupon-ing are over. The Grocery Game does all the hard work and research, presented in a quick reference format on the internet each week, as TERI'S LIST. Members log in, spend a few minutes with a pair of scissors, and they're off to win The Grocery Game! There is a membership fee each month and this offer is only available in the 50 States. It looks like an organized way to save money. I am just sharing the information for all my fellow coupon clippers. I am still checking out the site. You can check it out at grocerygame.com
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@lifeiseasy (2292)
• United States
1 Mar 07
Have not heard of this ...anything that can help save a few bucks with the grocery bill is definetly worth taking the time to look at ... I for one will do that for sure ...that is a really cool way to do it too ...I hate trying to search and clip coupons from newspapers and magizines ...such a pain ... thanks for this great info ... :D
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• Canada
1 Mar 07
That sounds really neat! Nothing for Canadianss though =(
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• United States
1 Mar 07
Sorry, I don't think so. I wasn't even sure if it was Nationwide until I visited the site. You can still check it and see. I think it has a couple of money saving tips.
@tammyr (5956)
• Etowah, Tennessee
1 Mar 07
I checked out a site like that maybe the same one but none of the coupons or stores were near me. I will check this one out and see if it is the same or better.
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• United States
1 Mar 07
The newsreport certainly made it sound interesting. I saw she also has 2 links to coupons sites. You pay a couple cents per coupon. Forgot to check postage. Darn.. What I like about that is they offer an affiliate program. You would make 3 % commissions on any purchases coupons thru your links. I have to sit down and figure out the pros and cons.
@shambuca (2560)
• United States
1 Mar 07
thats cool-- will have to check it out- thanks
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• United States
1 Mar 07
Your welcome. I think it's pretty neat. I feel pretty thrifty with the coupons and sales but this lady rocked! LO I'm debating on whether I am going to sign up.