Getting more bang for your buck

Groceries: Cash in on rebates and buy in bulk

The vegetable section at FairPrice Xtra supermarket at NEX.
The vegetable section at FairPrice Xtra supermarket at NEX. PHOTO: ST FILE

Eating at home can be a good way to save money - as long as there is time to cook amid our increasingly frantic lives.

Ms Spring Sun, who runs the Frugal in Singapore blog, says she and her husband spend about $7 per person a day by mostly eating at home. This includes their snacks and drinks, although they avoid alcoholic drinks.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on September 02, 2018, with the headline 'Groceries: Cash in on rebates and buy in bulk'. Subscribe