Voting Contest: Your Chance to Win $25 at Amazon

Attention Everyone!!!

Pass this on to all of your friends. Prairie Eco-Thrifter is hosting a voting contest where you have a chance to win $25 for Amazon.

How it Works:

  1. Enter a comment sharing your best grocery money saving tip. What do you do to save money on food while still trying to eat healthy?
  2. Subscribe to Prairie Eco-Thrifter via RSS or email.
  3. Follow me on Twitter.
  4. Fan me on Facebook.
  5. At the end of the contest entry period (November 1, 2010), I will post the 10 most common tips.
  6. At this point, you will all be asked to enter a comment voting for your favourite tip out of the list of 10.
  7. On November  12, 2010 the winner will be chosen (based on number of votes) and will receive a $25 gift card from Amazon.

Benefits of Entering:

  1. Share your tip and help others on the frugal healthy living journey.
  2. Have the chance to win cash that could help out with a future purchase (i.e. Christmas gifts)

Good luck everyone. I am so excited to learn some new ways to save on my groceries.


Voting Contest: Your Chance to Win $25 at Amazon — 9 Comments

  1. I definitely save money on groceries, and food in general, for my family of five when I take the time to meal plan. Ideally, I plan meals around the ingredients I already have on stock. That keeps food fresh and regularly rotated, and it keeps me from reaching for the phone and ordering pizza come 5 o’clock. 🙂

  2. I buy everything that I can from CVS for a couple of dollars (if that) a week! So any cosmetics, bath items, personal care/hygiene products, OTC medication, paper goods, etc, I get for next to nothing by using coupons and other factors!

    That greatly reduces my grocery bills, because I’m only buying food (on sale and with coupons) at the grocery store, and I cut out all of the non-food items!

    Here is my latest post about it:

  3. My grocery tip is to get your fruit and vegetables from the green grocery and not from the supermarket. Green grocers buy these items in large quantities and pass off these savings to you, so they are often cheaper than at the grocery store. Also, they turn over these items at a much faster rate so they are usually incredibly fresh. I spend a maximum of $20 at the green grocer and usually go home with 2 big bags full of things.

  4. This is a good,common sense article.Very helpful to one who is just finding the resouces about this part.It will certainly help educate me.

  5. My tip is to use coupons and the store sale ad. I plan my meals around the ad, then marry the coupons I have with it. I usually save $30-$50 each trip! Thanks

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