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Thread: Stock up price list... Share your stock up prices

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    I am trying to make a stock up price list which would be after coupon price. Example: I stock up for cereal at $1 or less for a standard size box, or no more than $1/100g of cheese (except cheese strings).

    I really wanted to see if any of you would share your stock up prices with me. So i can finish my list. I'd really like to have a whole list in my coupon binder, I think this will make it easier for me making my grocery list. And I think it would benefit a lot of us save time.


    thanks!!
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    Are there any specific products to are looking for?

    Not sure how close your prices are to ours here (york region).

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    Most fliers are ontario, so we'd be okay I think.

    I was thinking of all products, cleaning supplies, snacks, meat even. And I figured asking all the sc's I'd get a wide range and can pick and choose my list.

    so anything you think would be good to add I'd appreciate it!


    for meat I like to pay less than $6.00 kg. on lots of cuts this is easy, on things like steak I have to go over that. But my general rule is $6.00kg for meats is stock up worthy!
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    Unless you're into processed food, the best way is to keep a price book and track the prices of your preference. Sales of fresh meats and vegetables go with the seasons. For example, it's a lot easier to find beef stew meat on sale in the winter and steaks in the summer.

    Having said that here are some I can think of, considering you're also in Ottawa.

    Lays chips: $2.50/bag (although I should revise that since they reduced the size of the bag.)
    Toilet paper: $0.33/double roll
    Frozen fruit (600g): between $3.99 and $4.50
    Butter: $2.99 up to $3.29
    Frozen broccoli/cauliflower: $2.99/600gr
    Turkey wings: $1.99/pound
    Turkey/chicken thighs: $2.99/pound
    Frozen turkey - whole: $1.99 to $2.49/pound
    Chicken breasts-deboned: $4.99/pound
    Farm boy sausage: $3.99/package
    Fresh fish: $15/Kg
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    Pasta sauce $1 a can/ jar
    Pasta less than $1 for 900 g
    Tuna about $1 a can
    BBQ sauce $1
    Juice boxes $2 for 8 (no sugar added)
    Cheese less than $5 for 500 g
    Lean ground beef $2.49 lb
    Milk 4 lit $3.99-4.29
    Cookies under $2 (1.60-1.80)
    Wieners under $2 (nitrate free)
    Lunchables $1
    Instant oatmeal $1.99 (summer only)
    Pop .25 a can or $1 2 liter
    Tissues .50 a box
    Children's pain reliever under $5
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    Just write down the lowest price and track the products you use.
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    Thanks!! I will start a price list and you guys have given a great starting point.
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    12 cans Campbell's soup - 4.99
    pasta 900g - $1 (not lately, though)
    canned tomatoes - $1
    tissues - .60 (Life)
    TP - 4.99 for 24 or 12 double - Royale
    beans - .60
    tomato sauce - $1 - Hunt's thick and rich is our fave
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    bookmarking

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    cheez whiz - 1 kg on sale for $4.99 - $1.50 coupon = $3.49

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frugal Lisa View Post
    I am trying to make a stock up price list which would be after coupon price. Example: I stock up for cereal at $1 or less for a standard size box, or no more than $1/100g of cheese (except cheese strings).

    I really wanted to see if any of you would share your stock up prices with me. So i can finish my list. I'd really like to have a whole list in my coupon binder, I think this will make it easier for me making my grocery list. And I think it would benefit a lot of us save time.


    thanks!!

    Here's the thread you are looking for, I believe

    http://forum.smartcanucks.ca/204160-...-1-a-canada-2/

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