There are so many ways to save money! Truth is it can become a bit overwhelming to learn a store’s policies and practices for maximizing savings on products that you are going to use anyway.
Random thought: Why are there ads for Toilet Paper? Who needs to be sold on the benefits? 😉
Convenience comes with a price tag. Start saving money NOW! The easier it is to get items that you need=the more money you will pay to purchase them. Think about buying a soda/coke/bottled drink at the gas station instead of in a larger quantity at the store. You are going to end up paying the same or similar amount for 20 ounces that you could pay for 2 liters. That does not make much sense, does it?
It has nothing to do with the quantity of product you are buying and everything to do with the convenience of buying. We live in a world where you can buy or have just about anything with very little time to wait or very little effort has to be made to consume.
There are still ways that you can have the things that you want and need without the hefty price tag that comes with instant gratification.
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