I think we've done topics like this one before, but we always have new people who might not have seen it, and may like give some hints or could use some hints. So what are some of your favorite money saving household hints? I shop at Save A Lot(like aldi's) I keep track of grocery sales and only buy meat and other things not from Save A Lot on sale, like rice a roni and stuff, only on sale, I usually pick up several for a month or so. Bread thrift stores usually have bread at a cheaper price, especially specialty breads like the Sara Lee breads, or french bread. And don't discount salvage food stores, usually the food isn't outdated(I guess that depends on where you gat it though), I buy name brand cereals for only $0.99. Ok, I know others have some good ideas.