Free Shopping List

A Miracle Free Shopping List Will Simplify Your Brain Power, Help You Remember What You Need, and Save You Money on Your Groceries.

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This Free Shopping List is a miracle maker. It will save you time, money and mental energy. It can be customized to have all of your favorite foods on it (DIY). Just print out the 8.5 x 11 shopping list, check off what you need and head to the store. What could be easier?

Personalized Free Shopping List

Many years ago, Steve created a personalized shopping list for Annette on our computer. It’s been revised and fine tuned over time and is something we use every month to help us remember what foods and other staple items we normally buy. We check off what we want and write the quantities next to it. It’s really simple to use. Having a pre-printed list that contains your regularly used foods makes planning a lot easier and faster.

If you want more ideas for how to save money on groceries, visit our How To Cut Your Grocery Bill in Half book info page. There are several videos and lots of information about this grocery savings book.

You can download our free shopping list and modify it in MS Word or use it as is in a .pdf format

Small version of the America's Cheapest Family Free Shopping List - Black type on white paper

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Shopping List Photo Gallery and Samples

We’re collecting photos of shopping lists we’ve found in carts as we’ve been shopping. We’ve seen shopping lists written on napkins, envelopes and scrap paper. If you start your list from scratch each time you go shopping, you are more likely to forget something and are using too much time and mental energy. If you find an unusual or unusually funny one, please send us a copy so we can share it with the world!

We’ve seen lots of different kinds of shopping lists, but this one has to be one of the . . . well, of all of the shopping lists we’ve seen . . . this is a memorable one (we hope it wasn’t yours!).

Shopping List written on a Paper Towel - a bad example of a shopping list

Here’s another one we found while shopping at Smart & Final

Pink piece of paper with a shopping list scrawled on it - a bad example of a shopping list

And yet another shopping list photo to add to our collection. This one was found in a Fry’s parking lot – yes, it had been run over several times.

White piece of paper with blue writing for a shopping list at Frys Food and Drug in Arizona

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