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    You will want to look up your stores online and ask in store about their price matching policy. Walmart is the best. RCSS 2nd and No Frills in GTA matching varies by store. They generally have a flyer by the cashier, I just take a picture of it.

    You also want to take note when looking through the sales flyer...it cannot be matched (generally although WM&RCSS often still will) if the item says "selected varieties". An item has to match pretty much exactly. Although it is okay is it states a size (grams, ml, etc) then you can choose the product within those parameters like pizza or coffee for example.

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    Sign up for the SmartCanucks email to keep up on identified weekly sales.

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    You will want to get to know Smart source, P&G, Healthy Essentials, Websaver, Save.ca etc for the best coupons & keep watch out for the RedPlum & Smart source inserts that come out every few months. Although SDM does not price match it sometimes pay to do shopping for bread, milk, cheese, eggs, milk, canned goods, etc when they offer bonus points and then you can use those points to shop for those items again.

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    Oh yes. You will also want to sign up for Check Out 51, Zweet and maybe Caddle and Save.ca for Cash Back on purchases. Uploading receipts is pretty easy. I like CO51 the best.

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    I am still fairly new to all this. I started clipping coupons last April. It does take some time and energy. But it pays off. I averaged, as a single person about $45/month in Cash Back. $100s of dollars in savings on coupons...and just as much with the price matching. Hope that all helps and was what you were looking for

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    One last thing I came across on Simply Frugal this weekend was the $ix dollar Family & a great blog post about 30 additional things they stopped buying and started making at home on year #2 of cutting back and they said the 1st year they saved $2500 for a family of 3. The post is by Stacy Barr from November 6, 2015.

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    Quote Originally Posted by missdeo View Post
    Hi guys im totally new to pricematching. Fewquestions
    How much can you regularly save offyour groceries per month on average? As of june ill be living on my own with 2 toddlers and no income. Really bad point in time. . My only income will be the ctb and uccb and some savings.

    So how do you price match? Can you take the flyers in on your phone? As screenshots? What do you tell the cashier? Whats the best way to stay organized?

    Any tips and advice would be highly appreciated.
    Personally, I've been heavy into couponing and price matching since just before first year university. I myself, while in university (Sept. to April), spent $50/month on groceries. I use a combination of sales, price matching, couponing, 'cash back' apps, and in store rewards (points). To price match, I use Flypp (spelt with an I instead of Y, won't let you put it in for some reason), It is a pretty straight forward app, you put in your postal code and it shows you flyers for all the stores in your area. But when price matching, you still have to be careful as to which stores your store will price match. Just before you start your transaction, tell the cashier you will be price matching. Personally, I split up my shop, non price match items first to get them through fast, and everything I'm price matching last. I would say on average, I price match about 50 to 90% of my order. To stay organized with your price matching, It is pretty easy with Flypp, once you see an item in a flyer you would like to price match, you can 'clip' it and it is saved aside so you can easy flip between the different items that you are price matching.

    Now, for other ways to save money, If you don't already have the following, I would suggest to get them:
    -Checkout 51 ('Cash back' app, weekly offers are given, simply upload a receipt with the item to claim the offer)
    -Zweet ('Cash back' app, same as CO51)
    -Caddle.ca (Online 'Cash back' app, If you don't own an Iphone, you can do it all online, simply upload the pictures of the receipts to their website to claim the offers)
    -Save.ca ('Cash back'/ Flyer app, Cash back aspect once again similar to CO51, Zweet and Caddle.ca, also has a section with flyers, similar to Flypp, but I find not nearly as comprehensive)
    -Coupgon (Coupon app, can be used at select stores [Giant Tiger, Longo's, Zehrs, etc], a little complicated at first, but another great way to save money)
    -PC Plus (Points app/card, get weekly offers and collect points at Loblaw banner store [Real Canadian Superstore, No Frills, Zehrs, etc], you can use your points to redeem for groceries at these store)
    -Shoppers Optimum (Points app/card, similar to PC Plus but of course, for Shoppers Drug Mart)
    -Air Miles (Points app/card, similar to Shoppers and PC, but primarily used at Metro and Sobey's, they often have great bonus point offers and you can easily rack up enough points for a redeem within a short period of time)
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    Thank you sooooo nuch for all the great tips, its been a huge help and ill be sure to check all the apps out!

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    has anyone seen lemons on sale?
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    Open a Tangerine (ING DIRECT) Account with $100 & use my Orange Key 22115175S1 we will both get $50.00


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    Freshco
    *Gray Ridge large white eggs 18s $2.77
    Bunch asparagus $1.77/lb


    Rexall(ON)
    *Cottonelle fresh moist wipes 42s $4/2=$2-$2=Free!
    Ziploc 40-50s/Glad sandwich bags 100s $3/2


    Yuan Ming
    Blackberries $.99


    88 Supermarket
    *Green zucchini $.48/lb


    Grants
    *Beef strip loin steak $3.99/lb


    SDM
    *Pampers wipes 56-72s $2.99-$3-$3(CO51)


    Sharpes
    *Honeydrews $1.99each
    Maxwell house coffee dark roast 311g $2.99


    Galati
    *Bick's sweet green relish 375g $1.49


    Guardian Dartmouth
    *Jolly Rancher original/citrus 34g $1/4
    Brookside mango & mangosteen 200g $1.77


    Mr Meats
    *Olivieri alfredo/bolognese sauce 600g $5/3=$1.67-$2
    *Olivieri beef tortellini 375g $2.99-$2=$.99each
    Schneiders bacon 375g $2.99


    Quality Foods(Until Sun)
    *Olivieri pasta sauce 160/300g $2.99-$2=$.99each
    *Olivieri nested pasta 300/360g $2.99-$2=$.99each


    Brunet
    Tide/Gain laundry detergent $3.99


    Atlantic Superstore
    Janes pub style chicken 800g $4.99
    Cashmere tp 12=24 rolls $3.99-$1(Ultraluxe)


    No Frills
    Royale tp 24=48 $5.97


    Supermarche PA(Until Sun)
    Blackberry $1
    English cucumber $1/2


    Food Basics
    Green beans $.97/lb
    Dozen large white eggs $1.97


    Gateway
    Schneider Country Natural wings $4.97
    Iceberg lettuce $.97each
    Cantaloupe $.97each


    Btrust(Mississauga)
    English Cucumber $1/2


    Al Preium
    Green Works dishwashing liquid 650ml $1.59-$.50


    Food4Less(Lindsay)
    Schneider's black forest ham fat free 800g $4.99-$2.50
    Kraft bbq sauce 455ml $.88


    Hong Tai
    Fresh ground beef $1.98/lb
    Fresh chicken drumstick $.98/lb


    Oceans(Mississauga)
    Fresh regular ground beef $.99/lb


    Skyland
    Celery $.99


    Top Food(Scarborough)
    Beef rib eye $3.88/lb
    Chicken thigh $.98/lb


    Loblaws
    Neilson butter 454g $2.99
    Pepsi 24x500ml $2.99


    Sals
    Schneiders chicken sausage 300g $.99


    Great food
    Bagged avocado $1.99each(F-S)


    Sunfood
    Tomatos $.59/lb
    Ginger $.59/lb


    No Frills
    Seedless watermelon $2.97


    Longo
    EB frozen fruit 300-600g $2.99


    Superking(London)
    Head lettuce $.99each
    Oranger pepper $.68/lb


    Foodymart(Markham)
    English cucumber $1/2
    Pineapple $3/2
    Pillsbury pizza minis pops 380-400g $2.50/2=$1.25


    Grand Fortune
    Fresh chicken legs $.79/lb


    Fusion
    Almond rice/coconut dream $.99
    Zucchini $.58/lb


    Bestco(Etobicoke)
    Kelloggs eggo 280g $1.99-$.75(CO51)
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    Thanks so much @cinpow !

    I'm going to do the DREAM freebie again, thanks for including it in your post. We're up to about 180 FREE cartons since this freebie started, so well stock for the entire year (based on product's expiration date). Crazy eh...
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockco View Post
    Thanks so much @cinpow!

    I'm going to do the DREAM freebie again, thanks for including it in your post. We're up to about 180 FREE cartons since this freebie started, so well stock for the entire year (based on product's expiration date). Crazy eh...
    WOW! Free is the best!

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    Thanks cinpow
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockco View Post
    Thanks so much @cinpow !

    I'm going to do the DREAM freebie again, thanks for including it in your post. We're up to about 180 FREE cartons since this freebie started, so well stock for the entire year (based on product's expiration date). Crazy eh...
    Just curious of how you are getting free. Is there a coupon?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jkcouponer View Post
    Just curious of how you are getting free. Is there a coupon?

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    I know there is $1 off coupon on Smartsource.ca

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