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Woman Turns Grocery Shopping Into Science

“When it comes to saving serious money on your grocery bill, seeing is believing. It’s why Faye Prosser of Cary, N.C., keeps a collection of old grocery store receipts in her kitchen, reported WYFF-TV in Greenville, S.C. ‘At this particular store, they were tripling coupons and my subtotal was $63.84,’ Prosser said holding up a receipt. ‘And they paid me $8.29 to take (the groceries) home!’ Prosser had a receipt for $531 worth of groceries purchased for $47. She had another receipt for $55.28 worth of groceries that cost $1.87 after coupons. In fact, the stay-at-home mom said she never spends more than $50 per week on groceries.”