GET THE ULTIMATE PRICE BOOK FOR FREE | Trader Joe’s, Aldi’s, Amazon & Costco

If you like to save money at the grocery store, then you are going to LOVE this!

For years, I have been telling you guys that you NEED TO MAKE A PRICE BOOK. I’ve sung the praises of this money saving tool — and even told you how to make your own.

But today, I’m taking that advice one step forward: I have created THE ULTIMATE PRICE BOOK — and I’m giving it away to you for FREE!

I made this freebie JUST FOR YOU, because I want you to start saving like crazy at the grocery store.

In the Ultimate Price Book, I compare the prices of 35 popular products — from paper goods to snack foods to pantry staples — at four of the biggest stores nationwide: Trader Joe’s, Aldi’s, Amazon & Costco.

Here’s a little sneak peek of the UPB!

When you use your Ultimate Price Book, you won’t be confused anymore by warehouse pricing or misleading sale signs. You will never have to wonder if you are getting the best price — or wasting your hard-earned money.

BECAUSE YOU WILL BE THE BEST INFORMED SHOPPER AT THE STORE!

And you know what I say about that, right??

The more you KNOW, the more you SAVE.

 

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  1. Larry Lennhoff says

    Is this a link to a live document on the web? Prices change fairly frequently. How long ago did you collect those prices and how long before they become obsolete? I really have appreciated all the things you have done for your readers (including me) over the years, but I must be missing something about the utility of this product. Please explain?

    • This is a jumping off point — I hope that it will inspire everyone to make their own, once they see how powerful the information in it is! It is not live (although what a cool idea). The document tells when the prices were collected. You can feel free to download it and check it out. And since it’s free, if it’s not helpful for you, you can just delete it! 😉

  2. Judith Ginsberg says

    What a great guide, thank you for all your efforts

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