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Coming Next Week: Grocery Store Deals for every store in the USA–and more!

I’m so excited! We’ve been working really hard behind the scenes to make MoneySavingMom.com your go-to source for all things frugal–including the best deals at the grocery stores in your area.

We’re partnering with a number of incredible bloggers around the country and, starting next week, we’ll be bringing you just that: the top deals at every single regional grocery store in the USA, including Hawaii and Alaska!

These will be on a special section of our site dedicated to grocery store deals so the home page won’t be cluttered up with dozens of deal lists from a bunch of different stores you likely don’t have in your area.

Plus, to make it really easy for you keep up-to-date with the deals in your area, not only will you be able to access them by category on our site, you’ll also be able to customize your RSS feed or email subscription based upon what store deals you want to follow. So if you have Walmart, CVS, and Food Lion in your area, you can sign up to just get the deal lists for those stores only. Or if you have Rite Aid, Meijer, and Kroger, you can just get those deals delivered to your inbox.

But that’s not all! We’ll also be offering a LITE subscription to MoneySavingMom.com. This is something many of you have asked for repeatedly and I’m thrilled to finally be able to offer it. The LITE RSS subscription and email subscription will be for those of you who could care less about deals, but who come here to read the practical encouragement posts which are woven between the deal posts and freebies. Now you’ll not have to wade through deals to get to the meaty posts!

As always, all the features on our site are free. We won’t ever charge you a dime for accessing information here because we figure you probably have plenty of other ways you could spend your hard-earned dimes. :)

All the details on these new features will be unveiled next week. Stay tuned! And as always, thank you for reading here, for telling your friends about this site, and for sharing input and ideas as to how we can improve the site.

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  1. Desire' H. says

    Sounds awesome! Hoping to see Rouses and Cannata’s in the listings! Most of our grocery stores here are locally owned and operated.

  2. says

    Crystal, this is SO AWESOME. Thank you so much for all you do!!! I have been able to reduce our grocery spending quite a bit (and am still working on it) thanks to your blog and all the great inspiration! :)

  3. says

    I do weekly coupon match-ups for a local grocery store in Richmond, VA – Ukrop’s. Feel free to check out my site – I love to help other people save money. http://annscrazyworld.blogspot.com/ (PS – Ukrop’s is in the midst of a transition – they were just acquired by Giant/Martin’s but I plan to continue my match-ups after they change everything over.) Thanks for all of the tips on your site – it is one of my favorite blogs!

  4. Tracy says

    Something Chrystal has often mentioned is that she prays before she shops. Firstly, I have to tell you that this simple act of faith has made a huge difference on many levels for me when it comes to shopping and planning.

    But as I read that MSM will be offering the “LITE” feed, I realized something. I often just skip past all the many wonderful deals highlighted here because I don’t live in the USA so they don’t apply to me. But, they do apply to most of the readers.

    If any of you are in the habit of praying before you plan/shop, one thing you might wish to do next time is that God that you live in a place where so many good deals, even freebies, are available!

    Here, in South Africa, not only is the cost of our food comparatively higher, but we don’t have coupons! I confess a small amount of envy when I see the pictures of $100 dollar piles of shopping achieved for only a small percentage of the real cost!

    Be thankful. I love my country very much but in this regard, American’s are extremely blessed!

  5. Judy says

    Thank you all for all your work. This will be great. I already tell everyone that is interested in your blog!

  6. Rachelle says

    I can’t wait! This will be great. I appreciate that you’re trying to keep clutter out of it, as there are sites that attempt to list many grocery deals by state…but it’s hard to know with them whether what I’m clicking on an affiliate like, a legitimate site, or just plain junk. Thanks!

  7. Richelle says

    So excited for this! Living in Iowa (where there is no Publix, Farm Fresh, etc) or any other store that doubles/triples coupons, any help is appreciated!!!

  8. Julie says

    Thank you so much for all you do! I have been so encouraged by your blog, and I am so glad you are making this improvement! My grocery budget has dropped from $100/week to $75/week since I’ve been following your blog (about 8 months now). I’m hoping to get it down even more! Thanks!

  9. Karen says

    Thank you, Thank you, Thank You!!!! Looking forward to the grocery match-ups. I have been following your blog for a several months now and it’s my favorite. I have been able to save so much $ for our family as well as being able to give things away to families in need at church. You’ve made it easy to be a blessing to others! I’ve told many people about your site. I love both the deals you list as well as the encouragement/tips. God bless you!!!

  10. Liz says

    Thank you SO much Crystal, this will be great for me, especially as we’ll soon be moving to an even more rural area! I appreciate your site so much, may God bless you for being such a help to ladies and moms like me.

  11. xela says

    This is so cool! Money Saving Mom really is the best site for all-things-frugal! Thanks to you and your team for all your hard work!!

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