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Supermarket Comparison Shopping Sites

Posted by Marie26 (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 12, 05 at 1:48

I have searched but could not find any comparison shopping sites for supermarkets. Does anyone know if there are any? Besides those supermarkets that offer home delivery, do any others give prices for all of their products (besides the ads) online?

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RE: Supermarket Comparison Shopping Sites

Hi, I haven't found any but that would be great...I have gotten to know the timing, the price (OR close) to the items I purchase most.

RE: Supermarket Comparison Shopping Sites

Your question had me "googling" ....and I found a link that is interesting because it makes so much sense. It isn't a comparison list as you requested - I cannot fathom anyone doing that - except in some limited geographical areas....simply because we do not have the same grocery stores across the land.

Anyway - here is the link - Hope it gives you some ideas on how to deal w/ the issue.


Here is a link that might be useful: How to comparison shop

RE: Supermarket Comparison Shopping Sites

With retiring on my mind my DH & I do the "coupon clipping" here on the West coast. I'm just beginning to do this & it's a game. Of course, yesterday went to Albertson's to get ice cream on sale & forgot I also had a .50 coupon. Well, today the new ads are in affect & it looks like Albertson's still has the better deals.

This is fun & gives hope for saving more on groceries. By the way, do you have Grocery Outlet in your areas?


RE: Supermarket Comparison Shopping Sites

Creating a price book would be what you need. It takes a while but you will see the same items on sale after a specific time.....different stores....over and over again. Your price book will reflect which store has the better offer and use your coupons then too.

You can always ask someone in the specific department when the item is due to go on sale. I do this at the meat counter a lot.

Found this link on a quick search. I'm sure there are a lot more out there too.


Here is a link that might be useful: create a price book

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