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February 06, 2008


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Also, don't assume that warehouse stores have the best price on things. I'm always surprised by how relatively expensive certain things are at at them. It seems that soda pop is always higher than average at the ones I frequent.

Another one is not to trust the store if they have the unit price calculated for you (especially with groceries). Oftentimes, it's wrong. (Wal-Mart is the worst offender in my area)

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