Natural and Thrifty in 365: #241 Keep a Price Book

Keeping a price book can save you serious money when you analyze prices to find the best deals.  Whether comparing two store ads or looking to stock-up with bulk purchases, compiling regular prices will help make informed decisions.  After you find out all the benefits of making your own price book you might even go digital with your planning.

Whether in a notebook or on a computer, price books are a must for making wise buying decisions.

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By |2013-12-05T04:55:20+00:00April 28th, 2012|Finance, Organic and Green Living|2 Comments

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2 Comments

  1. I agree 100% that a price list is one of the best tools to helping save money on groceries. I would be lost without mine! And digital is definitely the way to go. I wrote a very detailed post on my blog about how to make a digital price list. I love having it with me whenever I see a great new price! http://quickeasycheaphealthy.com/2011/12/making-a-price-list-the-digital-version/

  2. James May 1, 2012 at 9:01 pm - Reply

    Definitely go digital with your price book! I use the PriceMouse iPhone app. It keeps track of prices and automatically does unit price comparisons. http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/pricemouse/id478069989?mt=8

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