Transcript for Grocery Essentials Don't Have to Bust Your Budget
Back now at 7:43 with "Gma on the money." We have ways to save on your grocery bill without clipping coupo coupons. Rob robin, what's it called? Making groceries. Reporter: Good morning, guys. Making groceries. The amplg family of four spends $1,000 a month on food. Armed with just your phone, you can put money back into your pocket. For the crouses, groceries eat up a huge chunk of their budget. We have one son who is 16 and another son to be 15. They eat a lot. It would be great to cut down where we can. In a quick and easy way. Reporter: We enlisted the help of lifestyle ed tor Genevieve brown and headed to their local stop & shop, grocery list in hand. I've come up with a three-pronged approach. No clipping coupons. Reporter: First this one of a kooipd app. Grocery pal, puts the savings on your mobile phone. You plug if your zip code. It brings up stores in your area. Directing you to in-store sales. You want Starbucks coffee. Here sit. Yogurt, we eat a lot of. We're saving 80 cents a conta container. Reporter: Pick product products on the top and bottom shelves. They're the best deal. The most expensive items are at lie level. One thing I want to point out is not to neglect the ends of the aisles. These are great prices. I'll never go down an aisle again. Reporter: You can use apps to shop. They ask you to take a survey. We're looking at milk. Reporter: After you're done shopping, scan the bar code, upload your receipt. Instant cash back. We're done grocery shopping. Reporter: After checking out, these hacks saving them big. You're saving $120 a week on grocer groceries. That's amazing. Hole Y crow. Here we go. Reporter: Some suggest picking recipes based on what is on sale that week. Much more coming up.
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