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How it all began...

The Grocery Game grew out of a very smart and frugal hobby. Teri Gault (the company's founder and CEO) was intent on saving her family money. Her common sense homestyle approach to good living included collecting coupons and matching them to grocery store sales. Eventually, this hobby became a passion. Teri would share her money saving ideas with family and friends who were more than impressed by her attention to detail and her ability to predict sales trends. After some time, it became obvious that Teri's "hobby" was more than just a good idea to share with friends.

The business of The Grocery Game was underway. At first, The Grocery Game made "TERI'S LISTs" available mainly to members in Southern California. Later, by offering franchises to persons throughout the United States, the company was able to expand at an unprecedented pace. Currently, The Grocery Game offers "TERI'S LIST" in all 50 states, and 7 foreign countries. Tens of thousands of members log on each week and save hundreds of dollars a month on their groceries.

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Press Features:

Yahoo! Shine - How to Become a Smart Shopper

ABC LA - How to Save Big Money on Groceries, January 24, 2013

Live Well Network - Store Brands Ins and Outs, January 22, 2013

ABC Seattle (KOMO TV) - New Ways to Save in 2013, January 16, 2013

The Better Show, Better TV - Save Money at the Supermarket, January 14, 2013

ABC 7 LA Thanksgiving Savings, November 2012

San Diego The CW - Thanksgiving Savings- November 2012

Good Morning America - January 18, 2012
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Money Crashers - "Match Coupons to Sales For Maximum Grocery Shopping Savings"

May 2015

The companies who produce coupons are counting on you to buy things you don’t need by luring you in with a discount. But you can substantially reduce your grocery bill if you step up your extreme couponing skills, and learn how to match coupons to sales on items that you use most often. But since this can take up a lot of your valuable time, is it worth all the effort? (Read More)

Red Bluff Daily News - "Everyday Cheapskate: How to beat the high cost of beef"

July 2013

Recently, I caught up with Teri Gault, founder of the TheGroceryGame.com, to find out what's going on. Teri and her TGG crew closely monitor national food prices on a daily basis, so they're my go-to source for all things related to the cost of food. But more than that, Teri has great ideas for how to overcome this kind of unhappy news so we can afford to keep our grills fired up this summer. (Read More)

The Daily Meal - "Will the Smithfield Buyout Affect Our Meat?"

June 3, 2013

While Teri Gault of The Grocery Game says they are prepared to see public boycotting or an increase in veganism, Wenoah Hauter of Food & Water Watch issued a statement saying “U.S. consumers will likely not take notice to the change.” (Read More)

CNBC - "Chinese Purchase of Smithfield Unlikely to Sway Bacon Buyers"

May 30, 2013

"The general public may latch on to this and say they are going to boycott, go vegan, or otherwise," said Teri Gault, chief executive of TheGroceryGame.com, a membership site that tracks grocery sales and coupons. (Read More)

SheKnows - "What Real Moms Really Want for Mother's Day"

May 9, 2013

Whether you're looking for the perfect gift for your mom or hoping to get the perfect gift yourself, we all want something from the heart on Mother's Day. Here, three real moms share the favourite gift they received for Mother's Days past and why it meant so much to them. (Read More)

mintLife - "10 Superfoods That are Super Cheap"

April 10, 2013

Superfoods don’t have to be super expensive.  Sure, they can be. The ranks of superfoods — foods so nutrient-rich they may confer health benefits as a result — include pricey delicacies like pomegranate juice and Goji berries. But they also include plenty of supermarket bargains (Read More)

Market Watch - "Dow’s back on top - but are you?"

March 5, 2013

With the Dow Jones Industrial Average having surpassed its October 2007 peak on Tuesday, can consumers breathe a sigh of relief? (Read More)

Elite Wedding Collection - "Your Big Day at the Beach: Spend Where It Counts"

Spring 2013

It took millions of years for the forces of sand and suns, tides, wind and rain to create the perfect backdrop for your beach wedding. Whether you plan it yourself, or work with a consultant, you'll be wise to consider these 21 tips for your day in the sun. (Read More)

Riverfront Times - "Meat Prices Are Rising: Stock Up While You Can!"

February 20, 2013

Paleo purists may need to bolster the salad component of their diets: The U.S. Department of Agriculture reports soaring meat and poultry prices nationwide. How do you feel about paying 7 percent more for Pride of the Farm center-cut pork steaks at Schnucks -- a price increase from $2.84 to $3.04 per pound from January to February? (Read More)

Yahoo! Finance - "Meat Prices Soar Nationwide, Surpassing USDA Analysts' Expectations"

February 19, 2013

TheGroceryGame.com, the largest source for grocery coupons and savings tips online, today offered insights into the national food crisis and how consumers can combat rising meat costs. While the USDA currently projects a 3-4 percent increase in meat prices for this year; The Grocery Game, which closely monitors prices on a daily basis, with an exclusive database of national grocery store prices and sales, has tracked even higher percent changes in the first six weeks of the New Year alone. (Read More)

Watch Market - "Want to save on gas? Buy milk”

February 8, 2013

As gas prices rise, retooled supermarket programs offering savings at the pump may seem more appealing. But consumers could find that the discounts don’t offer much added mileage. (Read More)

All You Magazine - "10 Surprising Ways to Save in the Supermarket"

December 2012

Go easy on your wallet as you fill your basket by using this aisle-by-aisle grocery guide. (Read More)

All You Magazine - "The Ultimate Couponing Guide"

December 2012

Whether you're a savings pro or new to the game, you can whittle more than $4,600 from your grocery bill this year. (Read More)

Market Watch - "5 Fiscal-Cliff Effects on Your Wallet"

December 29, 2012

 Falling consumer confidence would nudge retailers to offer more enticing sales and discounts to get shoppers in stores. Worries about the fiscal cliff already contributed to dismal holiday sales, says Randy Allen, associate dean at Cornell University’s Johnson Graduate School of Management. (Read More)

The AllState Blog - "What Has the Drought Done to Food Prices?"

December 19, 2012

If you’ve gone grocery shopping lately, you’ve probably noticed prices creeping up. In fact, the U.S. Department of Agriculture estimates that the average family of four with a 2- to 3-year-old child and a 4- to 5-year-old child on a moderate-cost plan spent about $861.60 on groceries in June 2012, compared to $836.20 last year. (Read More)

Springfield Sun-News - "Save Money While Hosting a Holiday Party"

December 18, 2012

Holiday entertaining has never cost more than it does today. With huge increases in holiday food spending on top of higher prices — including an estimated 12 percent jump in overall spending in 2011 versus 2010, according to the National Retail Federation — consumers are parting with more cash than they ever have when it comes to seasonal entertaining. (Read More)

Bankrate.com - "What not to buy in December"

December 4, 2012

Want to get the most for your money this month? Here are 12 items that might be sporting even better price tags in 2013. (Read More)

Unilever-Making Life Better - "10 Ways to Spend Less This Holiday Season"

December 2012

’Tis the season to fill your home with friends and family. But what’s the smartest way to do this when your budget is feeling crunched? Simple. It’s just a matter of doing some smart shopping at the supermarket. Here are 10 easy ways to save money when planning meals and shopping for your holiday parties. (Read More)

Redbook – "Your Holiday Guide to (Under-)spending"

December 2012

Clever readers - and a few obsessed experts - tell you how  to deliver a sensational season without hating yourself in January. (Read More)

The Wall Street Journal – "Turkeys Gobbling Up Thanksgiving Budgets"

November 17, 2012

The centerpeice of the Thanksgiving meal is set to take a bigger bite out of the budget. Grocery shoppers this week may find deals on the turkey are becoming harder to pluck. (Read More)

Market Watch – "How to Stockpile Twinkies"

November 16, 2012

 Already, several listings for the cream-filled sponge cakes have begun to sell out on Amazon.com. At least one supermarket chain canceled its half-price Twinkie sale. And though there’s no sign yet of price gouging, at least one seller on eBay appears to be asking as much as $59.99 for box of 10 Twinkies (that’s $5.99 for a single Twinkie). “There’s a run on Twinkies,” says Teri Gault, founder of supermarket-savings website The Grocery Game. (Read More)

Market Watch – "Turkeys Gobbling Up Thanksgiving Budgets"

November 13, 2012

 The average cost of the Thanksgiving meal is up only slightly from last year, but deals on the turkey are becoming harder to pluck. (Read More)

HeraldNet - "Buying stuff for kids: How much is too much?"

October 14, 2012

Older children want fancy cellphones, vehicles to get around and the latest video games and consoles. Where do parents draw the line on what they buy for their kids? (Read More)

MO - "...I really don’t think about how big we are, just always looking at what can we do next?"

October 12, 2012

Teri Gault is the CEO and founder of www.TheGroceryGame.com, a website that provides shoppers with a fun and easy way to achieve substantial savings on their grocery and drugstore bills. Members log onto the site to get a weekly shopping list, which helps them to reduce shopping time and money by using coupons at precisely the right time for optimum savings. (Read More)

Main St - "Start Holiday Gift Giving Now and You Won't Break the Budget Later"

October 6, 2012

The weather outside might not yet be frightful, but thinking about the holiday gift giving season might be enough to make most people wish fall would last forever. (Read More)

Mint Life - "Dollar Store Groceries: What to Skip and What to Stock Up On"

September 19, 2012

To cut your grocery bill, it may pay to think outside the supermarket. Specifically, consider the dollar store. Dollar stores have been offering a wider variety of fresh produce, meats and other groceries in recent years. (Read More)

Mint Life - "8 Common Grocery Budget Busters"

September 12, 2012

How much do you spend on food? Whatever the dollar figure, it's probably more than necessary. In 2011, the average household shelled out $6,129 for its meals, including $3,624 on food at home and $2,505 away from home. (Read More)

The Wall Street Journal

January 9, 2012

Her true passion, which she's translated into a website called the Grocery Game—essentially a database that helps you maximize savings at supermarkets in your area by alerting you to sale items, and allows you to cherry-pick among competing stores—is saving money by becoming a savvy, pro-active shopper. (Read More)

NorthJersey.com - "Ace haggler shares the art of the deal"

May 10, 2011

This is Best Buy in Paramus, not a Turkish bazaar or neighborhood garage sale, but Teri Gault walks in ready to haggle. (Read More)

myDaily - "The Grocery Game Founder: Making Millions by Clipping Coupons"

April 19, 2011

Is there any limit to being frugal? If you ask Teri Gault, founder of the Grocery Game, the answer is no. (Read More)

CNN Money - "Shave $100 Off Your Grocery Bill"

December 20, 2005

Ever hear about those people who cut their $200 weekly grocery bill down to $50? I'm trying to become one of them.  I'm playing the Grocery Game. Started in 2000, the Grocery Game is a Web site that provides you with a weekly list of products on sale at your local supermarket, cross-referenced with the coupons in your Sunday circulars. (Read More)

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