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6 Ways to Save Money at Whole Foods

Learn the tricks to shopping at the grocery store without going broke.

Yes, it is possible to shop at Whole Foods without spending your whole paycheck – if you learn the right tricks.

1. Opt for the House Brand

The quality is as good as national brands and in many cases superior, but you still see savings of 12% to 20% or more.

2. Shop the Frequent Sales

You may be able to find weeklong national sales on top of weekend and one-day flash sales that vary by region and even by store.

3. Buy Only What You Need

You can cut down on waste – of both food and money – by purchasing the exact amount you need.

4. Stock Up and Save

Net a 10% discount for buying certain products by the case rather than in individual bottles or packages.

5. Pick the Right Night to Shop

Whole Foods offers specials on food and drinks on certain days of the week.

6. Try the Chain’s Smaller Sibling

Whole Foods has rolled out a new chain called 365 by Whole Foods Market, which currently has three locations up and running on the West Coast.

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