Spend Less Save More: Why keep a Couponing Price Book?
Why start a couponing price book?
First let’s talk about why a price book is needed. Well let’s take yesterday’s Labor Day sales. If you had a price book you would know if you were truly getting the best sales available or if you should shop somewhere else for the best deal. A price book just doesn’t give you the best price for your item it should also tell you which of your favorite stores to get the biggest saving on that item.
Still not convinced you should start a price book well it does take some effort so let me break down my reasoning’s for one.
Reason one never having to pay full price.
Sale cycles because suppliers and grocers have sale cycles last 6-12 weeks, which means that products go on sale about every month to month and a half up to three months at a time. Having a price book will allow you to predict when that will happen.
Reason two knowing a good deal.
An avocado is on sale for $1.00 each sounds great, doesn’t it? Well, not if you know they were 2 for $1.00 last week. A price book slays out the cost trends at your finger tips so you can anticipate the best deals and won’t be taken by a sale that seems great.
Reason three knowing where to shop.
Knowing where to shop is just as important as knowing when to shop. Keeping a price book lets you clearly see how cost varies between retailers and it serves as a guide to the places where you can get the biggest savings possible.
Knowing this information will help you in any store on any purchase you make and ultimately you spend less and save more. Over the next three days I’ll be posting instructions on keep a price book and different techniques that may work for you.
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