Eggs are a necessity for many, and many have felt the crunch on the increasing egg prices. Read these 5 tips to save on eggs!
Ask for coupons. Read this: Tips To Get Companies To Mail F-R-E-E Coupons and then write to your favorite egg companies. Recently, I wrote to Eggland’s Best asking for some and they sent me coupons in the mail! It only takes a few minutes and the extra savings is always nice. The worst they can say is no.
Get $0.02 back for buying eggs. If you have a receipt with a dozen eggs or bigger on it, submit it to Swagbucks and earn $0.02 cash back! Valid on a dozen or more eggs, any brand or variety. Under magic receipts, they often have a $0.02 any egg offer.
Stock up at lowest price. This is a golden coupon rule, that is harder to follow with perishables. Even so, there are ways to preserve eggs if you come across a great deal. Consider looking up recipes to dehydrate eggs or how to freeze egg mixtures to prolong the life of eggs.
Shop Drug Stores & Dollar Stores. At my local grocery store, eggs start at $4.49/dozen. At my local Family Dollar, they are currently $2.50/dozen! Consider stopping by your local dollar store or drug store to check out pricing on eggs. Many shoppers overlook the fact that these stores carry eggs.
Loss Leaders. Look for eggs as loss leaders at your local stores by browsing weekly ads. A loss leader is a marketing stradegy used by grocery stores where they sell an item at a price that actually loses them money! The reason they will do this is to get you in the store, and then hope that you buy more while there. Look for loss leaders most often on the first page of grocery store ads. Also look for egg sales in weekly drug and dollar stores. Walgreens has had in-store coupons in the past in their weekly ads on eggs.
Plus check out these 5 egg substitutes you have at home (maybe!).
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