Two years ago today Steve put together and published a comparison shop of major wholesale food clubs, local grocery stores and convenient marts to find the lowest prices for staple items needed in kitchens and households.
Today, 730 days later, we bring to you our 2010 Grocery Store Price Comparison Video.
Last week Steve and I set out on a grocery quest to find out which stores (excluding major wholesale clubs) had the lowest prices for Sunbeam Giant Bread, Charmin Ultra Strong 9 Pack MegaRoll Toilet Paper, a gallon of store generic whole milk and a 12 pack of Cherry Coke Zero (Steve’s favorite soda).
We compared our local Wal-Mart, Harris Teeter, Super Target and Food Lion.
I put together this little video with our research and findings….
It wasn’t surprising to me to see that Wal-Mart had the lowest prices but we were disappointed. To Steve and I, the few extra bucks saved just isn’t worth the stress of shopping at Wal-Mart (always packed, lines to infinity and lousy customer service). I personally would live in a Target store if I was allowed and Harris Teeter had the nicest store overall (sans Justin Bieber music echoing through the aisles).
Here’s a snapshot of our entire findings in chart form….
And for your entertainment, be sure to check out our funny Blooper Roll from this experience. Who says you can’t have fun at work??Shop-o-nomics: "Which Grocery Store Has The Lowest Prices?" by Amanda Miller