This price list is meant to be a guideline tool to help you know when to buy an item. It does not reflect double or triple Qs. Fill in the 2nd and 3rd columns as needed with prices for your local stores. When it's stock up price or better, buy what you can reasonably use before expiration. When it's regular sale price buy anywhere from 1-3 month's worth. When it's every day shelf price, buy only what you need for that moment.
This document is for personal use only and may not be published anywhere without express permission from me, the document owner. You may print it for your personal use and make changes as applicable for your area, but may not remove anything from it.
To print: The doc prints best from IE.
Firefox- right click while your mouse is hovering over the document. Select this frame. Then select print frame. When your print window pops up, be sure that your printer preferences/properties are set to landscape.IE- right click while your mouse is hovering over the document. Select print. When your print window pops up, be sure that your printer preferences/properties are set to landscape.
I also have a price list with the cheapest prices available at my local Walmart. You can use that as a guide to know when a "sale price" is actually a good price.
Feel free to e-mail me or leave a comment if there is something I need to add to the list or you think a price can be found lower without doubles once every sale cycle.