The Grocery Game

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Teri Gault of Los Angeles started eight years ago. Always on the frugal side and an avid coupon clipper, Gault says the idea came to her when her husband started to lose work in the film industry and she had $35 a week to spend on groceries for her family.

The Grocery Game, she says, tells you where to buy which products and the best timing for the most savings. Gault has franchises in several states, including Michigan, that matches advertised and unadvertised sales with coupons in the Sunday newspaper.

On the site you will find what coupon company inserts are in that Sunday's paper -- the biggies are usually Red Plum, Valassis and Smart Source. Then Gault matches items with the sale price and a coupon for Kroger, Meijer, CVS and Walgreens.

The list indicates where and the date the coupon was in the paper and the final cost (based on a double coupon) and percentage of savings. Some items don't have a coupon but are listed as a best deal, especially for stockpiling.

Once you check what you want on the list, clip the coupon from the insert and have it ready to take to the store.

A subscription to is $1 for a 4-week trial or $10 every eight weeks. About 100,000 people belong.

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