LOS ANGELES, Jan. 25, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Teri Gault, founder and CEO of The Grocery Game, appeared on "Good Morning America" in a contest against Paula Faris, the morning show's resident savings expert. Paula challenged Teri to a savings contest, in which each would try to get as many groceries as possible for $100.
View the video here: Coupon Contest: ABC Anchor vs. Grocery Guru
Teri used her tools of stacking sales, stocking up on essential items, and timing grocery coupons to obtain a cart filled to the brim with groceries, while Paula stuck to in-store sales. Paula's total was $142.12 and with in-store sales the total came down to $108.45, a savings of $33.67. Teri's total came out to $209.50 and with her coupons and in-store sales the total dropped to $90.01, a stunning savings of $119.91.
Paula may have lost the "savings showdown," but she admits with Teri's tips everyone can be a winner. On TheGroceryGame.com, Teri's list clearly explains tried-and-true techniques and reveals which coupons, advertised and un-advertised sales to take advantage of at your local supermarket each week.
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About The Grocery Game:
The Grocery Game was founded by Teri Gault, who turned her hobby of collecting coupons and matching them to grocery store sales into a passion. Teri shared her money saving ideas with family and friends who were impressed by her attention to detail and her ability to predict sales trends. The Grocery Game offers a system for and is also largest source on the web for grocery coupons and the site provides access to hundreds of online coupons, manufacturer coupons, and printable coupons that can be sent to store loyalty cards. The Grocery Game offers savings with as well as grocery manufacturer coupons in all 50 states and internationally.
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