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Spend less on groceries with these 19 tricks savvy shoppers use

Cut your grocery bill with these strategies for making food last longer, avoiding supermarket gimmicks, making the most of coupons, and more.

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1. Walk through aisles you don’t use
1. Walk through aisles you don’t use
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Every store has an aisle or two that has no temptations for you (pet food, paper goods, baby supplies, cosmetics, and so forth).

Make that aisle your passageway to the departments you need at the back of the store.

Why tempt yourself by using the chocolate aisle?

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