Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) March 07, 2015
Debt Consolidation USA shared in a recently published article how drugstores are able to offer great savings to consumers treading on a tight budget. The article titled “Best Bargains At Drugstores” looks at the multiple ways shoppers can walk out a drugstore with the best deals in town.
The article starts off by pointing out that here are big grocery stores or supermarkets that are able to offer discounted prices because they buy the items in bulk. But the drugstores are giving them a run for their money with some creative pricing that can allow customers to walk out their door without paying for anything.
Just like cereals, one of the items that people needs on a regular basis can be bought at heavily discounted prices in a drugstore by printing coupons. The article shares that on top of the coupon, there are some cereal brands that are already on sale. This can bring down the price even further.
Toothbrush and toothpaste are some of the items that people can get at a drugstore at a low price. This is because customers can combine discounted rates with any loyalty points they might have accumulated from the store. This is one of the best ways in using reward points from past purchases.
There are also instances that there are buy one take one deals that automatically cuts the price of the item in half. Add a few printed coupons with the purchase and throw in a couple of loyalty reward points and consumers might just be able to walk out the drugstore without paying for a single dime.
The article points out that being able to combine different discounts on an item brings down the price significantly to the point that it becomes free item. Consumers just need to be aware of the latest deals to take advantage of a discounted price.
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