How To Save Money On Groceries : Group Shopping

How To Save Money On Groceries

Saving money on groceries is a top priority every time we receive our paycheck. That is because it is an uncompressible expense. Even though they are many strategies to reduce your grocery budget. We felt empowered to share with you the below strategy that revolves around building a strong community. Indeed group grocery shopping if well though with reliable people can be a win.

How does it work?

  1. Find a reliable person or group of people. It could be your roommate, your neighbor, your co-worker or your family member.
  2. Agree on a routine shopping date
  3. Set an individual shopping list
  4. Analyze the list and check common products such as toilet papers, fresh produce, rice, meat, etc…
  5. Make a separate list of common products.
  6. Determine the quantity each need and prorate the budget accordingly. For example, you can buy a box of paper towel then proceed with various allocations.
  7. Choose a leader who will do the purchase on behalf of the group
  8. The bill is split according to the group agreement
  9. After the purchase, you can start sharing with due respect to each person’s requirement and needs.
  10. Evaluate how much you have saved yet the tradeoff is higher because you put in the time and energy.

Takeaways: Saving Money On Groceries

  1. The strategy will enable at least 10% savings on grocery shopping. Nevertheless, it would be extremely hard to convince people to join. By showing upfront all savings they can make, chances are the mindset will shift. It is all about value.
  2. You will save money and the environment because it will eliminate or reduce waste as an unintended strategy.
  3. You will be exposed to additional options and more products possibilities because of the saving realize.
  4. An increase in your disposable income.

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