It happens to all of us. We get sick or something’s just not working right. A trip to the doctor is inevitable.
While many times, the solution is a prescription medicine, other times a solution is found over the counter.
Specialized eye drops, vitamins, allergy medication, etc. The list goes on and on.
Most of us head straight to the drugstore. It’s habit. We pay full price, or if we are lucky, we might find something on sale.
STOP right there.
Unless it’s an emergency and you need immediate relief (or live far away from the drugstore), why not head home and see if you can save some money with just a click or two of the mouse.
I can almost always find a coupon…..usually a printable one, and most of the time it’s a high-dollar amount.
NON- GROCERY ITEMS:
I’ll be talking more and more about this, especially with new recession concerns, but the best and fastest way to reduce your grocery bill is by focusing on non-grocery items. One of those things…..health-related items.
Primary doctor thinks you should use a fiber supplement, head to the Citrucel website, where you’ll find a $2.00 coupon.
Doctor thinks you might have seasonal allergies, head to sites like Zyrtec, Allegra, or find a $4.00 Claritin coupon
Vitamin D deficient…..head over and print a $1.00 Vitamin coupon
It’s not a heart attack, but heartburn……..you get the picture.
Non-Grocery items is a great way to start seeing a difference in your grocery bill. Many times, these are recurring items that you’ll need to buy every so often, so it’s good to routinely check for coupons and even sign up for a newsletter from the brand you prefer. You might be surprised with coupons.