10. Buy generic
Often, people get suckered into buying brand name goods because of advertising and store placement. If you want to save money, however, it’s a good idea to go generic.
The quality is similar in many products and the cost is much lower (you can save up to 25%). Often, generic foods taste much better than the name brands and some of them are even healthier. Read food labels and make smart food choices.
To save money on groceries during the winter season, you don’t have to make many changes. Just a few tweaks to the way you shop can change everything and save you quite a bit. The key to a successful shopping is the right planning. Never go shopping without your shopping list and when you are hungry. Otherwise, you may end up buying more than you need and spending more than you want. What are your tips to save money on groceries during the winter season?