Keep track of the usual prices for a number of pantry items. Included in this pack is my own Stock-up List, with the prices found in my area. The second form includes the item names, but you can fill in your own prices as you find them. The third form is completely blank, so you can fill in both the items and the prices.
One way to keep track of the prices at your local grocery stores is to make a price book. You can buy a small notebook and divide it into sections like Dairy, Produce, Meat, etc., then within the sections, list the items you frequently buy (in alphabetical order if you want to be super organized). Choose a different store to shop in each week for the next month and record the prices of the items you buy. Grocery Price Book Page--The Peaceful Mom
How to make your own price book for grocery shopping. How to organize your coupons once they are all clipped. How to calculate your coupon savings. Steps needed to calculate your savings at the grocery store. Step 1: First look on your receipt either at the top or bottom for the amount you saved today. It will say something like " Saving...