Whether or not you have participated, it’s likely that you have been to the grocery store and witnessed someone devouring a can of Pringles, or something of the like. It’s one of those questions that always comes to mind when seeing it taking place: is it illegal to eat or drink something at the grocery store before you pay for it?
This past winter, after schlepping a gigantic bag of dog food from shelf to cart to register to car to home, I decided I was going to have my dog food delivered to my house through Amazon. We then added the large 24 count toilet paper to the order and never since have I had to go buy these nor have I run out. So with phone in hand on Sunday morning, I began perusing Amazon for laundry soaps, fabric softeners, toilet cleaner, paper towels and such.
I love food. I love saving money. I actually enjoy grocery shopping. I will occasionally clip coupons from the Sunday newspaper, but I find that I usually spend more when I use coupons, because I buy things that I normally wouldn't. Here's one of my sure fire money saving supermarket secrets.
For the first time ‘ever’, Americans are spending more money eating out than they are at grocery stores. The reason, experts think, is making something at home may not end up tasting as good when you pay someone else to do it for you.