LOS ANGELES, Aug. 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- TheGroceryGame.com, the world's largest grocery savings site, is pleased to announce the launch of its Affiliate Program which provides a simple way for websites and blogs to organically monetize grocery shoppers' interest in saving money at grocery and drugstores throughout the U.S.
Teri Gault, founder and CEO of The Grocery Game, explains, "Our affiliate program is a big win-win for our partners, whether they're large web sites and blogs or small ones, often called 'Mommy Blogs.' We think we can provide a quick and easy way for them to generate some revenue - by helping us generate business - which ultimately ends up helping consumers save a ton on their grocery bills."
The new affiliate program is the latest step from TheGroceryGame.com to help all kinds of businesses and organizations use the most basic consumer desire for savings at grocery and drugstores for marketing and awareness related purposes. Says Teri, "I know it's rare to have an affiliate program connected to grocery shopping, one the most important consumer activities out there."
Affiliates may learn more here: http://www.thegrocerygame.com/become-an-affiliate/
About The Grocery Game:
The Grocery Game publishes Teri's List, 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.
The Grocery Game is the largest source on the web for grocery coupons and the site provides access to hundreds of grocery coupons and manufacturer coupons that can be sent to store loyalty cards. www.TheGroceryGame.com actually tells you when and where to use your coupons in order to save the most money. They also list unadvertised sales at local grocery and drug stores in all 50 states.