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Mouse Print* -- Here We Downsize Again - Year-End 2020
The pandemic hasn't stopped major grocery manufacturers from inconspicuously shrinking their products as a sneaky way to pass on a price increase. We've got the latest before and after pictures. That is our Mouse Print* story this week.
[NOTE: This story will run here through January 3rd.]
How to Save on Grocery/Meal Delivery Charges
Many people have food delivered from grocery stores and restaurants these days because of the coronavirus. But their delivery charges can double the price of a meal or small grocery order. Here are some tips to tame those delivery charges. Using curbside pickup is another way to pay little or nothing extra for your order.
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Net Neutrality Explained Via Burger King
When net neutrality (the obligation to deliver all Internet content without speeding up certain sites and slowing down others) was a hot topic but a little understood concept, this video explained it analogizing it to service at Burger King.
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UPDATE: Target is 70%/50% as of 12/29. MrConsumer's favorite Christmas clearance sale is at Target. Discounts start at 50% off/30% for food/candy, then progress to 70%/50% off (about Dec. 30-31), and finally to 90%/70% about January 1. This can vary by a day or two and by location. And because some Target stores had not much Christmas merchandise left just before the holiday, their schedule this year may be significantly different. Home Depot's Christmas clearance last year peaked at 75% off on January 2. Walgreens went to 70% off on January 8th, and Walmart hit 90% off on January 10th. YMMV.
128-oz Bleach - $1
The best price probably anywhere in the country on old-fashioned gallons of bleach is at Dollar Tree, advertised in this week's circular. Don't settle for 96-ounce bottles, look for the 128-ounce ones (Awesome brand).