Save Money on Milk

We typically buy milk that is produced by a local dairy. It is usually more expensive than store brand milk, but we really like being able to support a local business.

Recently we noticed that the milk is quite a bit cheaper at gas stations and convenience stores in the area. Depending on the kind of milk that is purchased, the milk is $0.70 to $1.20 cheaper. If you are buying 2 gallons per week, that is a savings of $70 to $100 a year!

Have you noticed milk prices varying greatly in your area? Where do you purchase milk?

For more frugal tips, check out Frugal Friday hosted by Life as Mom!

Comments

Brooke said…
milk at the grocery store has dropped over $1 per gallon! finally.
I will have to look into this around here, it would be wonderful to find it cheaper!!

I also posted on milk for frugal fridays, you should check it out!

God Bless!

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