The Grocery Game Releases New Money-Saving Coupon Lists for Family Dollar
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 27, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- TheGroceryGame.com, the world's largest grocery savings website, is pleased to announce they are now offering their famous money-saving Teri's List for the grocery store chain, Family Dollar.
Created by Teri Gault, founder of The Grocery Game, Teri's List is a weekly online compilation of the lowest-priced products at local supermarkets and drugstores. The List matches manufacturers' coupons, online printable coupons and advertised and unadvertised sales as well as sales trends. The Grocery Game does all the hard work and research, and presents it in a straightforward format. Teri's List is available for some of the largest supermarkets and drugstore chains coast to coast and now including Family Dollar.
"We've had tons of requests for this," said Teri. "Family Dollar is a great store with huge following. Now with our Family Dollar list we can help shoppers save the most time and money."
With more than 7,000 store locations in 44 states, Family Dollar calls itself America's neighborhood discount store.
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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 printable coupons and online 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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