Okay, bear with me here. We shop at Aldi and Wal-Mart ONLY for our groceries. If we can't get it at either place, we go without. It's saved us money, but it would be nice if we could save a little more.
Would it be a waste to clip coupons? Would the discounted items, if bought at Wal-Mart, be cheaper than the non-discounted items at Aldi? My husband says it would be a waste because if I use a coupon on something at Wal-Mart, it'll still be more expensive than the stuff at Aldi.
Confusing, I know.
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Don't those stores accept coupons? Here are my best tips for saving at the grocery store: http://www.ehow.com/how_5223945_save-even-money-grocery-store.html
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