Save on Groceries – Plus a Chance to Win a $50 Visa Gift Card


It is the new year and I know you all want to save money! One easy way to do this is with Favado. This is my favorite money saving app. It makes saving at the grocery store so easy since most of the work is done for you. Another great thing about the app is that it is FREE!

You can find out all the deals at your local grocery stores and drug stores. Plus it will even tell you if there is a coupon that makes the deals even better.

Be sure to register and download Favado today! 

Personalized just for you, the Favado money-saving app will help you keep your resolution to save on groceries this year with step-by-step weekly goals from the best money-saving brains in the business. It’s the solution to keeping your 2014 resolution! Check out the themes for each week:

I also am hosting video chats around each theme so you can learn even more! We will be answering the questions you ask on this post during the live chats!!!

Week #1 (Jan 7-14) — Smarter Grocery Shopping Habits 

The first week, we’ll be talking mostly about the little habits you can change while shopping that can make a big difference in your grocery spending…such as not buying the magazines off the rack at the checkout, writing a grocery list and sticking to it while shopping, as well as checking unit prices and sale expiration dates.

Favado Helps by…allowing you to have a shopping list in the palm of your hand that you won’t forget at home!

Here is a link to the week one video.  Learn how you can save!

Week #2 (Jan 15-21) — Shopping the Sales and Following the Sales Cycles

Grocery stores and manufacturers work hard to push out their best sale prices to you on a weekly basis through their store circulars. If you follow along closely, you’ll notice that most products operate on an 8-12 week sales cycle.

You’ll also find that “product families” all go on sale at the same time, for example all the P&G products will be discounted the same weeks, and will return to their regular prices for a few weeks, then go back on sale together.

Favado Helps by…showing you when your favorite products go on sale, so that you can purchase them when they are on sale and not have to pay full price in between sales cycles. Over time, you’ll learn how much to purchase to last you until the next sale.

Join us for upcoming chats or watch the video at the Bargain Shopper Mom Youtube page

Week #3 (Jan 22-28) — Couponing for “Double the Discount” 

The deep 50-70% savings that you hear talked about frequently occur when you combine a coupon with an already discounted product for “double the discount.” For example if toothpaste is on sale for $1 and you have a $.75 off coupon, you’ll get that toothpaste for just $.25, as opposed to its $2.49 regular price.

Favado Helps by…doing all the hard work for you and putting the best sale prices with matching available coupons in a nice, organized list. Favado makes it easy to find these discounts and save big on groceries.

Join us for upcoming chats or watch the video at the Bargain Shopper Mom Youtube page

Week #4 (Jan 29-Feb 5) — Meal Planning

Making a meal plan based on what’s on sale in your local grocery stores can help you cut your grocery bill by 20-30% alone. Matching your meals with the sales is a simple, scissorless way to save each week at the grocery store.

Join us for upcoming chats or watch the video at the Bargain Shopper Mom Youtube page

Favado Helps by…allowing you to search for ingredients that are on sale for the meals you want to make each week. Want to make a slow cooker meal that calls for boneless skinless chicken thighs or beef roast? Favado can tell you which store has those ingredients on sale each week.



To add to the fun, join in the Favado Twitter parties!  You can RSVP for tonight’s party here! We’d love for you to join in the fun.  There will be $300 in grocery store gift cards to give away each week!  Each Twitter party will match the theme for the week, as outlined above.

Reader Giveaway:  One lucky Bargain Shopper Mom reader will win a $50 VISA Gift Card courtesy of Favado.  To enter, just complete the entry form below by 11:59pm ET on 1/20/14.  Good luck!

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  1. I would love to be more organized with ad matching. How do you do it?

  2. Pinned!
    from P12

  3. Melissa Smith says:

    Looking forward to learning more :)

  4. What’s the easiest way to keep track of all the coupons available every week? I love doing match ups, but often miss great deals not knowing that there are coupons available.

  5. I struggle with figuring out how to do grocery shopping on a budget while eating organic/local. :/

  6. Mendy Dinsmore says:

    Why do some stores charge you to use coupons when you pay with a EBT card? I’m trying to save every cent I can and they charge me to use a coupon. Crazy.

  7. Wondering if there is a good resource for a list of what things go on regular seasonal sales, so a shopper can be thinking ahead. Like a grocery store sales almanac? :-)
    Anyone know of a good list?

  8. How do you do maximize savings when you live in an area that is dominated by large chain stores?

  9. How can you save on meat more often and find coupons

  10. soha molina says:

    My question is how to find the greatest deals.

  11. I’d like to know why coupon policies vary so much from store to store.

  12. How to buy organic on a budget?

  13. Mary Gardner says:

    Do you think you can save more by buying packaged foods and using coupons, or buying fresh foods and cooking from scratch?

  14. Do you have any ways to save money on organic products since there are not a lot of coupons for such products!?

  15. Do you know which stores price match competitors coupons?
    The rules have changed so much lately.

  16. What are the best apps (non-grocery store ones) for saving money? I have Ibotta but I’ve heard of others.

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