When shopping for daily necessities, sometimes you like crazy, Bun. All kinds of goods and groceries want to be bought. It’s not really necessary though. Then, prefer to buy food ingredients that are in the ad at high prices. Well, that way of shopping is wasteful.

Reported by Parenting, here are some tips to save on shopping costs that can help you streamline household expenses.


Before going to the supermarket or market, try to make a list of items and groceries that you need and need to buy. Check the refrigerator and food storage first. If some needs are still there, there’s no need to buy them, right? So, you only buy the ingredients you need. It’s not wasteful.

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When COVID-19 pressed pause on the world in 2020, many Americans embraced the beauty that is online grocery shopping. 

Personally, I’d been doing grocery pickups at Walmart regularly since 2017, but 2020 gave me the push to use grocery delivery, which I still use weekly today. However, there are extra costs associated with online grocery shopping, like delivery fees and driver tips, that can add to the financial pressure many of us are under right now. 

As a budget-conscious shopper, I saw savings on our groceries of an average of $50-$100 a week since switching to ordering online. Walmart, for example, doesn’t charge extra fees for grocery pickups, so it was my top choice when looking for the most cost-conscious option. 

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