“You may already be clipping coupons to help save a few bucks here and there. But The Grocery Game ( www.thegrocerygame.com), created by dedicated shopper Teri Gault, takes it to the next level . . . [A] winner.” (Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel)
“The Grocery Game (www.thegrocerygame.com) has saved me hundreds, literally. I spent $43 at Albertson’s and saved $86. Then at Safeway spent $72 and saved $138 (65% of my bill). Took home tons of groceries too!” (Statesman Journal (Oregon))
“The Grocery Game (www.thegrocerygame.com) has more than 100,000 loyal followers, all of whom rely on Gault’s expertise at saving money at the supermarket -- not just a few bucks here and there, but literally hundreds each month.” (Daily News)
“I’ve more than gotten my money’s worth . . . I get a kick out seeing how much I can save each week. No wonder they call it The Grocery Game.” (Chattanooga Free Press)
“The goal is not just to save money . . . . It’s also to take the drudgery out of cost-conscious grocery shopping.” (New York Times)
“The easiest, most effective method of couponing.” (Woman's Day magazine)
“I cut my grocery bill in half, even including the price for the service. I also spend less time in the market because I have my list ordered to the layout of the store.” (San Diego Union-Tribune)
“[T]hose who play stand to win something worth more than bragging rights among friends: namely, lower food bills.” (Columbus Dispatch)
“[T]ells you what to load up on when.” (Jean Chatzky, CNN Money)
“[H]elps customers optimize savings.” (Los Angeles Times)
“[A]mazing . . . If you follow “Teri’s List,” you will chop at least 50 percent off your grocery tab each week.” (St. Paul Pioneer Press)
“[A] source of saving strategies.” (Wall Street Journal)
“[A] more sophisticated strategy of combining well-timed purchases with using coupons . . . People get excited about [Gault’s] system because it feels like they’re trading stocks or commodities, acting on her ‘buy’ advice.” (Chicago Tribune)
About the Author
Teri Gault, CEO of TheGroceryGame.com, started the website from her home computer. What began as a local home-based business has expanded to all fifty states and internationally. She also offers lifestyle tips, entertainment, and techniques for all areas of shopping on TeriToday.com.
New York Times bestselling author Sheryl Berk has collaborated with numerous celebrities on their memoirs and lifestyle books. She is the founding editor in chief of Life & Style Weekly as well as a contributor to InStyle, Martha Stewart, and other publications.