How to Save: Bakery Outlets
Posted on Tuesday, September 6th, 2011 at 8:12 am
The cost of bread products has crept up over the years, placing added strain on many people’s grocery budgets. However, you can cut your grocery bill down by shopping for bread products at bakery outlets.
What’s a Bakery Outlet?
Bakery outlets are stores that offer discounted bread products. Bakery outlets offer discounted products from brands such as Oroweat, Thomas, Entenmann’s, Hostess, and more. You might be surprised at the quality and selection of the products you’ll find here (not to mention the savings)!
Where Are Bakery Outlets Located?
Bakery outlets are located all over the U.S. and are often located near grocery stores, making it easy to swing by during a grocery shopping trip. To find a bakery outlet near you, search your zip code at bakeryoutlets.com or yellowpages.com.
Are the Savings Worth It?
Yes! Bakery outlet savings can save up to around 75% on bread products. I am able to purchase a loaf of name brand bread at a bakery outlet for around $1.50 when it would cost $3-$4 at a regular grocery store. I’ve heard of fellow bargain hunters getting good loaves of bread for as little as $1 at bakery outlet stores. Although most bakery outlets do not accept coupons, the savings really are unbeatable. Some bakery outlets also offer special sales and promotions, such as half-price days, to increase your savings even more!