Having a price list comparison chart is a great way to know if the sale price is a good deal, and where know where you should really shop. By doing this I found out that, yes, Walmart overall has the best pricing if you don’t shop sales combined with coupons and bonus points (like fuel perks).
For example, the comparison price sheet is great when trying to figure out the best deals. I often found that Walmart on many items was significantly cheaper. Thomas English Muffins at Martin’s was $4.19 and at Walmart they are $2.28. Why, because every so often Martin’s does bonus buys so you get two for the price on one. When they do this, yes it is cheaper at Martin’s, but when the special is not running it is drastically cheaper to shop Walmart.
You can add the stores you use to the top row by opening it up in your pdf editor or just handwrite them on each page.
Click here to download the Price Comparison Printable.
Here is the list of categories:
- Baby & Child
- Baking & Ingredients
- Bakery & Breads
- Healthy & Beauty
- Meats & Seafood
- Packaged Food
- Paper & Plastic
- Make your own