As most of you are, I am always looking for the best deals on products I use every day. I spend countless hours looking over deal websites, coupons, and ads each week. While I know it seems tiring, after so many years it gets a little easier to spot what’s a deal and what’s not. Over that time, I found several nearly free grocery items you can get every week. For more information, follow along below.
You should never have to pay for oral care. Every time I go shopping, there’s always a coupon or a deal that makes those items free to me. That includes the best brands of toothpaste, mouthwash, and toothbrushes. I typically find the best deals at stores like Dollar Tree, Walgreens, and Target. Each of these stores offers unique coupons or cash-back incentives resulting in money-maker opportunities for me and you.
Laundry detergent is another item I routinely find discounted at the store. A discount or reduced price means a cheap buy. If you are paying more than two dollars for detergent, it’s too much. I have routinely gotten brands such as Tide, All, and Purex for as low as $1.99. I commonly find the best deals on these products at places like Kroger, Walgreens, and CVS.
Hair care is also another popular item you can get cheap with coupons. In the early days of my coupon adventures, this was the most common item that I picked up. I still have over 20 bottles of shampoo, conditioner, and styler products that I got for $0 three years ago. Most of my hair care products are picked up at target. They have plenty of opportunities to stack coupons and offers by using manufacture and store coupons alongside Target Circle offers and gift card specials.
These are just a few grocery nearly free grocery items you can pick up each week. Watch the posted video for more ideas.