It’s important for me to guess like I’m saving currency whenever I go to the store to complete a shopping list I’ve been working on for various days.
If I’m going to drop $100 or more on groceries and supplies, I want to utilize whatever coupons and sales promotions that are available to me.
It’s not typically self-explanatory to find these savings if you’re not proactive about looking at sales papers each week, which are officially found on store websites and iPhone applications. One of my number one grocery stores is typically running their buy-one, get-one-free deals and the products provided are typically in rotation. Some weeks you’ll find critical meat products on sale while other days you’ll end up with cereal, cookies, or other snack food. Now that inflation has raised all of the prices at the grocery store, looking for sales and promotions is a critical step at this point in time. While inflation doesn’t really drive the prices at the cannabis stores, it is still equally important to shop all of the sales and promotions at your local weed dispensaries. There are sales every single week, even if it requires shopping at more than 1 weed store. That’s how I’m able to afford all of the cannabis I smoke, because without the sale prices I don’t assume what I would do. The cost of marijuana would be so burdensome that I don’t assume if I’d be able to use it biweekly any longer. Some of the dispensaries also offer discounts for SNAP recipients and veterans that can be stacked on top of existing discounts. There has never been a better time to be a cannabis user.