Don’t Buy at Eye Level

The supermarkets have their best selling items displayed within eye level. They are quite good at convincing you to buy, not necessarily the cheapest, items in the store. Typically the better money saving deals are located on the top and bottom shelves. You will use the bend and stretch strategy to get the best deals. If you aren’t bending and stretching to grab an item, then you aren’t saving enough money.

You have to change your behavior when you go to the markets. The supermarkets optimize their aisles to attract you to purchase goods that you might not necessarily need. In many ways, it’s a battle against temptation. Stop buying at eye level and you’ll notice your grocery bills decrease.

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