One of the things I like about living in Spring Texas is the convenience. In this case, it is the convenience of having numerous grocery stores nearby. Located within 15 minutes of my home are a Walmart Supercenter, Kroger, HEB, Randalls, and a Super Target. A great selection of stores to choose from to do my grocery shopping.
But with so many choices which grocery store has the lowest prices on groceries? To answer this question, I decided to do a cost comparison of grocery items that on a regular basis wind up in my cart. Below are the five items I decided to compare prices from the three grocery stores I frequently shop at.
On some of the items such as the Vinaigrette salad dressing there was not a significant difference in price. But look at the price difference in the Lipton Green Tea. Kroger’s price was 43% higher and HEB’s price was 31% higher than Walmart’s price.
Who has the lowest prices on groceries in Spring Texas? For my shopping items, the answer is Walmart. These days grocery shopping requires a strategy and this is mine for everyday items I shop at Walmart because on a consistent basis their grocery prices are lower. I still grocery shop at HEB and Kroger but for different things and different reasons.
If I have to get in and out of the grocery store quickly I go to HEB and not Walmart. Walmart has some of the longest lines especially on Saturdays and Sundays. For fresh produce I shop at HEB and Krogers. If neither store has the produce I want as an advertised weekly special, I shop at HEB because I have found their produce to be the freshest. I also shop at HEB and Krogers for their weekly special items because these items are usually cheaper than at Walmart.
Jill was the best realtor I have every worked with and have moved multiple times in my 65 years. She... read moreJill was the best realtor I have every worked with and have moved multiple times in my 65 years. She not only knew her job, she was very up to date on what the cost of homes in our area were and what we needed to get the best price for our home.
We ended up getting approximately 2% more than the asking price. There were multiple offers and the original contract fell through, then another offer was accepted for more money.
After the contract was in place, Jill managed our home as we were out of town and took care of water problems in the house and was very professional about the entire process.
We offered Jill a bonus in the form of a vacation in appreciation but she refused on ethical reasons.
she is a great realtor.
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