Saturday, 18 October 2014
Wednesday, 15 October 2014
We were given a $200 budget to do our grocery shopping for our family for one week. We worked in small groups searching the countdown website for bargains and collating our own lists.
Here are some of our discoveries...
Healthy/Gluten free options are more expensive. However if you were only buying necessities and no “treat-type” food you could still shop for healthy foods within our $200 budget.
Sometimes specials are a trick with the original price being only 10¢ more!
49¢ = tricks you thinking its cheaper but really its 50¢ eg.$14.99 looks better than $15.00
Supermarkets use the Swedish Rounding System. Any number under 5 is rounded down and any number over 5 is rounded up.
$3.23 = $3.20
Scan this QR code for more on Swedish Rounding