Just out of curiosity, where do you do most of your shopping? Do they double up on coupons?
I shop mostly at Sprouts and Fresh&Easy.
We do it at various grocery stores. None of the stores in Canada that I know of double up on coupons - which sucks because it'd save us a ton of money if they did! lol
They have a shopper's card that you can use to get discounts on food, and you build points on it to get money off on gas. Every 100 points gets you $0.10 off per gallon, up to $1.00 off per gallon! You get extra points if you buy Kroger brand items. Prescriptions are 50 points each. You can get 2-4x points on gift cards--so for example if I know I'm going to go spend $75 at Best Buy, I swing by the grocery store and get a gift card first, and voila! 300 points, or 30 cents off per gallon.
Also (I was so excited about this!) I went and got a gift card to JC Penney's one weekend, and Penny's was having a sale--if you had a Penny's credit card you got an extra 5% off on your purchase, and they gave me that discount for having the gift card! So I got a discount toward gas AND cheaper clothes! Woo hoo!
We're up to $1.00 off per gallon right now--DH and I will probably go fill both of our cars up tonight.
Sorry, I know I'm way too excited about this. ;)
hannaford or price chopper and the farm stands right now...and as long as I can!
In NYC: Morton-Williams. But I honestly find the groceries stores gross out here. Occasional trip to Whole Foods and Trader Joe's.
Out West: 99 Ranch, Safeway. The occasional trip to Whole Foods and Trader Joe's.
In North FL: Publix, Fresh Market, and our local farmer's markets. Thinking about joining our new co-op in town, to buy local produce and meats. Nobody here does double coupons, that I am aware of.
I'm in Canada too, and coupons aren't a huge thing here (unfortunately).
I try to buy some stuff from an online organic store (they deliver to our neighbourhood every Thursday). I buy chicken products directly from a local farm. I hit up our grocery stores, and I love Costco! I buy huge things of olive oil, vanilla extract, etc from Costco and since I bake & cook frequently it works out well for us.
dillons (kroger) or price cutter
Costco, Stop n Shop and Food Basics. I really wanna try out Trader Joes- I hear they are amazing.
We shop at Shop-Rite, but have recently been going to the Wal-Mart Super Center. They have really great deals.
We usually go to No Frills, and occasionally get a few things at Safeway or Costco. I'd like to shop at Costco more, but the closest one is 3 1/2 hours away so we don't go there often.
I really wish we had a Whole Foods or Trader Joes!
We were going to Randall's (Safeway) since it was right next door, but they have now closed, so we're going to Kroger now. We do have a Wal-Mart Super Center, but it is a madhouse every single day, and as Sweet Brown says, "Ain't nobody got time for that!" I'd love to have a really nice HEB (Texas chain) or Whole Foods in our area, but I don't know if that will happen.